Moon Knight, which is perhaps the best Disney+ MCU outing yet, just finished its first season. Moon Knight, directed by Jeremy Slater and starring Oscar Isaac in top form, introduced a new hero (or three) to the Marvel Cinematic Universe while telling a story that was distinct from the previous Marvel films. Despite the fact that Moon Knight is a fanciful story, the series has received a lot of praise for how well it portrays everything from DID (dissociative identity disorder) to ancient Egyptian theology and rituals.
Moon Knight’s commitment to conveying its story correctly extends to its soundtrack, which was composed by established Egyptian composer Hesham Nazih. Nazih has composed music for films that have topped the Egyptian box office, but Moon Knight is his first English-language effort.
Despite Oscar Isaac’s contract, Marvel has already proven that Moon Knight may return.
Interviews with Moon Knight
Moon Knight follows Steven Grant, a pleasant gift-shop employee who suffers from blackouts and flashbacks to a previous life. Steven learns he suffers from dissociative identity disorder and is forced to share a body with mercenary Marc Spector.
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