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Moon Knight season 2: Everything we know so far about the Marvel show’s return

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Moon Knight Season 2 seems inevitable. The ending of Moon Knight clearly hinted that Marc and Steven were about to find out more, right?

Well, you sure would think so, but Oscar Isaac’s superhero oil is in the air. Marvel has yet to announce the second season of Moon Knight. Could the studio wait for the reception of the first season? Or could the outlaw appear in another series, or even a movie, before another season?

All things considered, before proceeding further, it should be pointed out that Spoilers for the next season of Moon Knight – It’s hard to talk about more episodes when you can’t go into the details of the first six episodes. While director Mohamed Diab and stars Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy have all spoken in Moon Knight season 2, the focus will be on Isaac’s quotes.

Moon Knight season 2 is coming?

Moon Knight Season 2 has yet to be officially confirmed by Marvel. However, given that the first season ended with Khonshu continuing to manipulate Marc Spector’s body, there seems to be plenty of room for more story, thanks to his third character, pilot Jake Lockley. (For a more in-depth analysis, see our article explaining Moon Knight’s post-credits scene.) Will the story continue on Disney Plus or in theaters? Or maybe not at all? The future of Moon Knight is bright, just ask the actors of the series…

What have we said about season 2 of Moon Knight?

Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector in Moon Knight

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)

Although Oscar Isaac has previously said that they are approaching the first season as if it were his own business, if there was anything important to say, he left room for the second season. .

“I think we approached it as ‘this is the story’ and put everything in that story on the table,” he told Radio Times. “There is absolutely no official plan to continue. I think it depends on the story.”

“That being said, I love being Steven,” he added. “I just love him. Physically, being like him is so much fun. So if this was a really meaningful story, I’d be happy to be a part of it.”

Speaking to SFX magazine, Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab was more optimistic about Moon Knight’s future – but hinted he may not be on the small screen potentially.

“It’s a crazy world. Even in hit shows like WandaVision, they don’t do a second season. He got into a movie, maybe he’ll come back or not. I don’t know. C is exciting,” he said.

“I can tell you for a fact, I can see [Moon Knight] in the next 10 years, not just the next movie. He’s a very interesting character. Probably the most interesting character a player should play. Oscar is doing a great job… I think the show will resonate with people, so I see him sticking around for a long time.

When Total Film conveyed Diab’s thoughts to Isaac, he replied, “For me, he’s such a point-of-view character that to see him in something with a broader perspective, I don’t know how that character would work in this world.”

We also spoke with May Calamawy, who now plays the superpowered Layla, about a potential return to the Marvel Universe. “I would love to see him with all the women. I love that,” she said when asked about potential transitions. “I love Doctor Strange too. I love the mysticism there. And I love Korg. Everything Taika Waititi.”

Arthur Harrow actor Ethan Hawke echoed Isaac’s comments that Moon Knight is openly working on both a limited series and a potential sequel. “It lives and breathes by its own values, it works like a limited series – and if people are interested and excited about it, then it could be the origin story of something bigger,” he said. -he declares.

In perhaps the weirdest twist to this story, Marvel itself hinted that more was to come. Social media users jumped at the fact that the studio subtly reworded a tweet about the show – Marvel first called episode 6 a “series finale”, but deleted the post and called the second episode of “season finale”. . Could this just be the Season 1 finale, not the entire series finale?

Perhaps the biggest clue came from Diab. Speaking to Marvel about Jake Lockley’s appearance in the post-credits scene, the filmmaker is clear that “it’s not Marc” even though we only spent a few moments with Jake.

“So imagine what would happen,” he continued. “I can’t wait to see what happens with a completely different third character with a completely different background.” It looks like Isaac will be back on screens soon.

However, after the first season aired, Diab confirmed that Marvel is still confirming Moon Knight season 2.

“We don’t know if it’s next season or not,” Diab told Deadline. “Marvel isn’t going the traditional route, so even if they like the character and want to expand the world, it could be season 2, it could be a standalone movie, or it could join another superhero’s journey. . Like the fans, I’m kept in the dark. We never talked about a season 2 but one day there will be an extension but I don’t know what it will be like.”

While we wait for Moon Knight Season 2 to be confirmed, check out our Marvel Phase 4 guide to find out what it’s all about. possesses confirmed so far.


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Moon Knight season 2: Everything we know so far about the Marvel show’s return

Moon Knight season 2 seems like an inevitability. That Moon Knight ending surely hinted at more to come for Marc and Steven, right?
Well, you would certainly think so, but the fat of Oscar Isaac’s superhero remains up in the air. Marvel has yet to announce a second season of Moon Knight. Could the studio be waiting to see the reception to the first season? Or could the vigilante appear in a different series – or even a movie – before another season?
With everything in mind, before we continue, we should note that there will be spoilers for the first season of Moon Knight ahead – it’s hard to talk about more episodes when you cannot go into specifics about the first six. The focus will also be on quotes from Isaac, though director Mohamed Diab and stars Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy have all spoken Moon Knight season 2. Here’s what we know.
Is Moon Knight season 2 happening?
Moon Knight season 2 has yet to be officially confirmed by Marvel. However, considering the first season ended with Khonshu still manipulating Marc Spector’s body, thanks to his third personality, the driver Jake Lockley, there appears to be ample room for more story. (For a more in-depth analysis, check out our piece on the Moon Knight post-credits scene explained.) Will the story continue on Disney Plus, or in cinemas? Or maybe not at all? The future of Moon Knight is bright, just ask the show’s cast…
What has been said about Moon Knight season 2?

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Oscar Isaac previously said that they approached the first season as its own thing, though left room for a second season if there was something important to say.
“I think we approached it as ‘this is the story’, and let’s just put everything out on the table in this story,” he told Radio Times. “There’s definitely no official plans to continue it. I think it would depend on what the story is.”
“That being said, I love being Steven,” he added. “I just love it. It’s just like, physically, it’s so much fun to be him. So, you know, if there was a story that really made sense, I’d be happy to be part of it.”
Speaking to SFX magazine, Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab was more optimistic about the future of Moon Knight – though hinted that it may potentially not be on the small screen.
“It’s a crazy world. Even with the successful shows, like WandaVision, they’re not doing season two. She jumped into a film, maybe she’s going to come back or not. I don’t know. That’s exciting,” he said. 
“I can tell you for a fact, I can see [Moon Knight] in the next 10 years, not just the next film. He’s a very interesting character. He’s probably the most interesting character for any actor to play. Oscar is doing a great job… I think the show’s going to resonate with people, so I see him staying for a long time.”
When Total Film put Diab’s sentiment to Isaac, he responded: “For me, it’s such a point of view character that seeing him in something that was a bigger point of view, I don’t know how that character operates in that world.”
We also spoke to May Calamawy, who plays the now-superpowered Layla, about potentially coming back to the Marvel universe. “I’d love to see her with all the women. I love that,” she told us when asked about potential crossovers. “I also love Doctor Strange. I love the mysticism in that. And I love Korg. Anything Taika Waititi.”
Arthur Harrow actor Ethan Hawke echoed Isaac’s comments about Moon Knight working as both a limited series and open for a potential sequel. “It lives and breathes on its own merits, it functions as a limited series – and if people are engaged and excited by it then it could be the origin story of a larger thing,” he said.
In perhaps the oddest twist in this tale, Marvel itself has hinted at more to come. Social media users were quick to jump on the fact the studio subtlely re-worded a tweet about the series – Marvel first referred to episode 6 as the “series finale” but deleted the message and sent out a second calling the episode “season finale”. Could this just be the season 1 finale and not the entire series finale? 
Perhaps the biggest clue of all has come from Diab. Speaking to Marvel about Jake Lockley’s appearance during the post-credits scene, the filmmaker said that, although we spend just a few minutes with Jake, it’s clear that “this isn’t Marc”. 
“So just imagine what’s to come,” he continued. “I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen with the third completely different character with a completely different background.” That certainly sounds like Isaac will be back on screens soon.
However, following the first season’s release, Diab confirmed that Marvel still has confirmed a season 2 of Moon Knight.
“We don’t know if there’s a next season,” Diab told Deadline. “Marvel doesn’t go with a conventional way, so even if they like the character and want to extend the world, it could be season 2, it could be a standalone film, or he can join another superhero’s journey. I’m kept in the dark, just like the fans. We never discussed it being a season 2, but one day there’s going to be an expansion, but I don’t know how it’s going to look like.”
While we wait for Moon Knight season 2 confirmation, check out our guide to Marvel Phase 4 for what has been confirmed so far.

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Moon Knight season 2: Everything we know so far about the Marvel show’s return

Moon Knight season 2 seems like an inevitability. That Moon Knight ending surely hinted at more to come for Marc and Steven, right?
Well, you would certainly think so, but the fat of Oscar Isaac’s superhero remains up in the air. Marvel has yet to announce a second season of Moon Knight. Could the studio be waiting to see the reception to the first season? Or could the vigilante appear in a different series – or even a movie – before another season?
With everything in mind, before we continue, we should note that there will be spoilers for the first season of Moon Knight ahead – it’s hard to talk about more episodes when you cannot go into specifics about the first six. The focus will also be on quotes from Isaac, though director Mohamed Diab and stars Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy have all spoken Moon Knight season 2. Here’s what we know.
Is Moon Knight season 2 happening?
Moon Knight season 2 has yet to be officially confirmed by Marvel. However, considering the first season ended with Khonshu still manipulating Marc Spector’s body, thanks to his third personality, the driver Jake Lockley, there appears to be ample room for more story. (For a more in-depth analysis, check out our piece on the Moon Knight post-credits scene explained.) Will the story continue on Disney Plus, or in cinemas? Or maybe not at all? The future of Moon Knight is bright, just ask the show’s cast…
What has been said about Moon Knight season 2?

(Image credit: Marvel Studios)
Oscar Isaac previously said that they approached the first season as its own thing, though left room for a second season if there was something important to say.
“I think we approached it as ‘this is the story’, and let’s just put everything out on the table in this story,” he told Radio Times. “There’s definitely no official plans to continue it. I think it would depend on what the story is.”
“That being said, I love being Steven,” he added. “I just love it. It’s just like, physically, it’s so much fun to be him. So, you know, if there was a story that really made sense, I’d be happy to be part of it.”
Speaking to SFX magazine, Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab was more optimistic about the future of Moon Knight – though hinted that it may potentially not be on the small screen.
“It’s a crazy world. Even with the successful shows, like WandaVision, they’re not doing season two. She jumped into a film, maybe she’s going to come back or not. I don’t know. That’s exciting,” he said. 
“I can tell you for a fact, I can see [Moon Knight] in the next 10 years, not just the next film. He’s a very interesting character. He’s probably the most interesting character for any actor to play. Oscar is doing a great job… I think the show’s going to resonate with people, so I see him staying for a long time.”
When Total Film put Diab’s sentiment to Isaac, he responded: “For me, it’s such a point of view character that seeing him in something that was a bigger point of view, I don’t know how that character operates in that world.”
We also spoke to May Calamawy, who plays the now-superpowered Layla, about potentially coming back to the Marvel universe. “I’d love to see her with all the women. I love that,” she told us when asked about potential crossovers. “I also love Doctor Strange. I love the mysticism in that. And I love Korg. Anything Taika Waititi.”
Arthur Harrow actor Ethan Hawke echoed Isaac’s comments about Moon Knight working as both a limited series and open for a potential sequel. “It lives and breathes on its own merits, it functions as a limited series – and if people are engaged and excited by it then it could be the origin story of a larger thing,” he said.
In perhaps the oddest twist in this tale, Marvel itself has hinted at more to come. Social media users were quick to jump on the fact the studio subtlely re-worded a tweet about the series – Marvel first referred to episode 6 as the “series finale” but deleted the message and sent out a second calling the episode “season finale”. Could this just be the season 1 finale and not the entire series finale? 
Perhaps the biggest clue of all has come from Diab. Speaking to Marvel about Jake Lockley’s appearance during the post-credits scene, the filmmaker said that, although we spend just a few minutes with Jake, it’s clear that “this isn’t Marc”. 
“So just imagine what’s to come,” he continued. “I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen with the third completely different character with a completely different background.” That certainly sounds like Isaac will be back on screens soon.
However, following the first season’s release, Diab confirmed that Marvel still has confirmed a season 2 of Moon Knight.
“We don’t know if there’s a next season,” Diab told Deadline. “Marvel doesn’t go with a conventional way, so even if they like the character and want to extend the world, it could be season 2, it could be a standalone film, or he can join another superhero’s journey. I’m kept in the dark, just like the fans. We never discussed it being a season 2, but one day there’s going to be an expansion, but I don’t know how it’s going to look like.”
While we wait for Moon Knight season 2 confirmation, check out our guide to Marvel Phase 4 for what has been confirmed so far.

#Moon #Knight #season #Marvel #shows #return


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