Marvel’s ‘Moon Knight’ Series Might Have A Release Date On Disney+

Moon Knight always seems to be trending on Twitter, as fans are eagerly anticipated the series coming to Disney+. Well, the wait could be over sooner than expected if this latest rumor is true. Take this with a grain of salt, but a report by That Hashtag Show says the show will arrive on March 30th.

Again, that has not been confirmed. If true, Moon Knight would be the first Marvel Studios series to debut in 2022. The first official trailer “isn’t far off” as well, which is probably true even if the rest of this rumor isn’t accurate. The speculation is that we’ll see the trailer premiere during the Super Bowl.

So far we’ve only seen a brief teaser that arrived a couple of months ago and some images of star Oscar Isaac, who plays Marc Spector, a former Marine with dissociative identity disorder who becomes the conduit to the Egyptian moon god Khonshu, using his newfound abilities to become a nocturnal hero. Also in the cast are Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy. The series is written by Jeremy Slater (The Umbrella Academy) and directors in Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab and the duo of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.

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