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Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in latest episode

Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in the latest episode of the Disney Plus series.

Created by Jeremy Slater of The Umbrella Academy, the show follows Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), a former sailor who turns to vigilance and gains extraordinary powers after becoming a human vessel for an Egyptian moon god. But soon Spector finds himself caught up in a deadly mystery – while struggling to cover up his dissociative identity disorder.

In two episodes, and we get to know Marc as Steven, a British museum worker who struggles to decipher what real-life things are and aren’t. In “Summon the Suit”, Steven lets Marc take control of his body while battling a coyote sent by Ethan Hawke’s villain Arthur Harrow. Later, the two argue over who should be in charge, leading to Marc telling Steven to “shut up”.

“It’s so fitting that the MCU’s first F-bomb is from Moon Knight lol,” one viewer reacted at the time on Twitter before sharing the clip in a reply tweet. The profanity does not appear in the subtitles, however, leading others to argue that Marc wasn’t actually swearing.

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“You can barely hear it but I know the director fought to let Disney do this lol,” added another, “I think you hear something. I can’t even hear the start of it. an ‘F’ sound, let alone the whole word.

Prior to Moon Knight’s release, there was a lot of talk about how it would be rated. Will it appeal to younger audiences like its predecessors Loki and Hawkeye, or will it embrace the darkness of its source material and match the maturity level of Jessica Jones, The Punisher or Daredevil?

In the United States, the show is TV-14 certified, which likely means it’s not suitable for children under 14. In the UK it’s rated 16+, which is higher than any Marvel TV series released in the last year and a half.

So far, we haven’t seen much of the violence or adult themes, but that will likely change as all six parts continue to roll out each week.

If you love Moon Knight and want to see what else is on Disney Plus, check out all the new Marvel TV shows in development. If you haven’t already, subscribe to Disney Plus here.


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Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in latest episode

Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in the latest episode of the Disney Plus series.
Created by The Umbrella Academy’s Jeremy Slater, the show follows Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), a former marine who turns to vigilantism after becoming the human vessel for an Egyptian moon god, and gaining extraordinary powers. Before long, though, Spector finds himself drawn into a deadly mystery – all the while struggling to keep a lid on his dissociative identity disorder.
Two episodes in, and we know Marc as Steven, a British museum worker who’s having trouble deciphering what is – and isn’t – real-life. In ‘Summon the Suit’, Steven lets Marc assume control of his body during a fight with a jackal sent by Ethan Hawke’s baddie Arthur Harrow. Afterward, the pair squabble over who should be in charge, which leads to Marc supposedly telling Steven to “shut the fuck up”.
“It’s honestly fitting that the MCU’s first F-Bomb is from Moon Knight lol,” one viewer reacted to the moment on Twitter, before sharing the clip in a reply tweet. The expletive doesn’t appear in the subtitles, though, which has led others to argue that Marc doesn’t actually curse.

pic.twitter.com/RHl2XwEljkApril 6, 2022

“You can barely hear it but I still know the director fought tooth and nail for Disney to allow that lol,” someone added, as another argued: “I think you’re hearing things. I’m not even hearing the beginnings of an ‘F’ sound, let alone the full word.”
Ahead of Moon Knight’s release, there was much discussion as to how it would be rated. Would it skew towards younger audiences, like its predecessors Loki and Hawkeye, or would it embrace the darkness of its source material and match the maturity level of Jessica Jones, The Punisher or Daredevil? 
In the US, the show is certified TV-14, which means it’s probably not suitable for children under 14 years of age. In the UK, it’s rated 16+, which is higher than the Marvel TV series that have been released over the past year and a half.  
So far, we’ve not seen much in the way of violence or adult themes, but that’s likely to change as the six-parter continues to roll out on a weekly basis. 
If you’re loving Moon Knight, and are keen to see what else Disney Plus has in the works, then check out our roundup of all the new Marvel TV shows in development. If you’re not already, then subscribe to Disney Plus here.

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Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in latest episode

Marvel fans think they heard Moon Knight drop an F-bomb in the latest episode of the Disney Plus series.
Created by The Umbrella Academy’s Jeremy Slater, the show follows Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), a former marine who turns to vigilantism after becoming the human vessel for an Egyptian moon god, and gaining extraordinary powers. Before long, though, Spector finds himself drawn into a deadly mystery – all the while struggling to keep a lid on his dissociative identity disorder.
Two episodes in, and we know Marc as Steven, a British museum worker who’s having trouble deciphering what is – and isn’t – real-life. In ‘Summon the Suit’, Steven lets Marc assume control of his body during a fight with a jackal sent by Ethan Hawke’s baddie Arthur Harrow. Afterward, the pair squabble over who should be in charge, which leads to Marc supposedly telling Steven to “shut the fuck up”.
“It’s honestly fitting that the MCU’s first F-Bomb is from Moon Knight lol,” one viewer reacted to the moment on Twitter, before sharing the clip in a reply tweet. The expletive doesn’t appear in the subtitles, though, which has led others to argue that Marc doesn’t actually curse.

pic.twitter.com/RHl2XwEljkApril 6, 2022

“You can barely hear it but I still know the director fought tooth and nail for Disney to allow that lol,” someone added, as another argued: “I think you’re hearing things. I’m not even hearing the beginnings of an ‘F’ sound, let alone the full word.”
Ahead of Moon Knight’s release, there was much discussion as to how it would be rated. Would it skew towards younger audiences, like its predecessors Loki and Hawkeye, or would it embrace the darkness of its source material and match the maturity level of Jessica Jones, The Punisher or Daredevil? 
In the US, the show is certified TV-14, which means it’s probably not suitable for children under 14 years of age. In the UK, it’s rated 16+, which is higher than the Marvel TV series that have been released over the past year and a half.  
So far, we’ve not seen much in the way of violence or adult themes, but that’s likely to change as the six-parter continues to roll out on a weekly basis. 
If you’re loving Moon Knight, and are keen to see what else Disney Plus has in the works, then check out our roundup of all the new Marvel TV shows in development. If you’re not already, then subscribe to Disney Plus here.

#Marvel #fans #heard #Moon #Knight #drop #Fbomb #latest #episode


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