Marvel Releases One Final Poster For Moon Knight
Warning: There are spoilers ahead for Moon Knight episode 6!
Unfortunately, yesterday’s Moon Knight finale didn’t offer any hints about where Marc Spector and his alters could pop up next. But it’s a safe bet that the Fist of Khonshu’s MCU journey is far from over. And now that the show has finished its run, Marvel is celebrating its success by cramming all of its major players into one brand new poster. You can check it out for yourself below.
Oscar Isaac’s titular superhero stands proudly in the middle of the poster, crescent darts in hand. Right below him is Steven Grant’s Mr. Knight persona, who also demonstrated his newfound truncheon skills against Arthur Harrow’s goons in the series’ last episode. Other supporting characters like Harrow (Ethan Hawke) and Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy) appear on either side of both heroes, with Layla dressed in her shiny new Scarlet Scarab costume. Plus, the poster even makes room for the larger-than-life gods of the Egyptian Ennead, including Khonshu, Ammit, and Tawaret. If a spoiler-free ad campaign didn’t entice some people, maybe the full flavor of weirdness will work.
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Not surprisingly, the poster stopped short of featuring Marc’s second alter, Jake Lockley, who was teased throughout Moon Knight’s first season before finally showing up in the finale’s post-credits scene. But the fact that he’s still bound to Khonshu essentially guarantees that viewers will be seeing much more of this personality at some point in the MCU’s future. Regardless, not even director Mohamed Diab is sure when this might be.
“If you ask me, I would tell you that Moon Knight is here to stay,” Diab recently told Variety. “He’s an interesting character. If you are Marvel, I think the smart business decision is to keep him. The only thing is, Marvel is not traditional. If you succeed, it doesn’t mean you’re gonna get a season 2. By the way, I’m kept in the dark. I have no clue. I’m just thinking as a businessman right now. But I think they’re going to stay.”
All six episodes of Moon Knight are currently streaming on Disney+.
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