Unbelievable Facts You Didn’t Know About the Moon Knight Series!

Marvel’s Moon Knight is now available on Disney Plus, and it’s immediately looking like a must-see. A release date for Isaac’s difficult superhero debut has yet to be announced.

There was a cryptic phone call, a terrible dinner date, and some terrifying action scenes in the first episode of Moon Knight. Now that we’ve seen the second episode, it’s time to be ready for the rest of the season.

On Wednesdays, the first episode of each new Marvel series will be released on Disney Plus. It is known that there will be six games in the season, and each one will last anywhere between 40 and 50 minutes long.

Schedules for the upcoming episodes of Moon Knight

The complete Disney Plus release schedule for Moon Knight may be found here. As further information becomes available, we’ll be sure to update this.

  • Episode 1: Available now.
  • Episode 2: Available now.
  • Episode 3: Wednesday, April 13, at 12 a.m.
  • Episode 4: Wednesday, April 20, at 12 a.m.
  • Episode 5: Wednesday, April 27, at 12 a.m.
  • Episode 6: Wednesday, May 4, at 12 a.m.

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Unbelievable facts about Moon Knight Series:

1. Arthur Harrow, played by Ethan Hawke, credits Oscar Isaac with getting him the role.

2. Dissociative identity disorder affects the protagonist, Marc Spector, better known as Moon Knight.

As a result of this, he has several personae or alters egos, all of which he uses for his benefit.

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3. Steven Grant, Moon Knight’s alter persona, features in both the comic books and the television series.

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4. Arthur Harrow is a fictional figure who is thought to be a mix of Sun King and Morning Star.

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5. Ethan Hawke’s latest graphic novel, Meadowlark, is actually his fifth published novel and second graphic novel.

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6. Ethan Hawke was inspired by cult leaders and Steve Jobs when creating his persona.

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7. In order to serve as the moon’s vigilante, upholding justice, the Moon Knight wears white:

It’s common to compare the Moon Knight to Batman, but one significant difference is that the two characters wear very different outfits. For the most part, Batman wears black and grey, while the Moon Knight wears white. He stands out like a sore thumb in the skyline of the metropolis.

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8. The majority of the Moon Knight series was shot in Budapest.

Budapest’s Museum of Fine Arts and Madách Square were two of the most frequently used filming locations. Hawkeye’s New York City streets and WandaVision’s Westview suburbs are a far way from this setting.

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9. Darker themes are expected in Moon Knight compared to other Marvel episodes on Disney+.

A statement from Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige indicates that the new show will be “brutal” and test the boundaries of what Disney+ allows from Marvel entertainment. Bloody brawls are to be expected.

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10. Moon Knight Is A Card-Carrying Member Of The Avengers

The Moon Knight is primarily a solo superhero. His sidekick is no longer, as Marc Spector has no desire to seek him out because he is self-proclaimed. In spite of this, there have been a number of team-ups over the years, and he even joined the Avengers at one time.

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