Jeremy Slater said that there was a lot of thought to include Kit Harington as Dane Whitman in the upcoming Moon Knight film, which included both star actors from The Scarlet Witch and Vision (Paul Bettany) and another actor from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It''s unlikely that Moon Knight would have been successful in a second season, but it''s unlikely that the group will be successful at this stage. We''ll not be surprised if Moon Knight decides to perform again in the next episode at any point
Moon Knight was one of the most well-known Marvel Cinematic Universe shows yet, with a huge 81 percent rise in Rotten Tomatoes. Oscar Isaac undoubtedly received a lot of praise for the performance as both hapless, dubiously British museum employee Steven Grant and the humiliated Chicagoan mercenary. However, Moon Knight was also relatively unique in MCU projects as having very little obvious connections or references to the larger Marvel shared universe. However, Jeremy Slater has revealed that there were
According to Jeremy Slater, there was a possibility to include Kit Harington as Dane Whitman in Moon Knight, which has a logical sense. Oscar Isaacs Steven Grant first appeared at the British Museum in an exhibition. It seemed like a fun game to introduce Kit Harington.
Slater said it would be a lot to ask for Moon Knight to introduce two different British superhero characters named Knight in a single series. However, they did not want to just have a quick comeo of the Game of Thrones star walking by and someone namedchecking him.
Moon Knight was not the only choice for a crossover, but instead of starring established characters like The Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), or Hawkeye, who sped out of its way to introduce characters from previous Netflix Marvel shows. There were a few discreet Easter eggs, but the show presumably followed Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke in their own unique foe. Well, a show about a supernaturally empowered vigilante with dissociative identity disorder and a her
Moon Knight has not been officially renewed for a second season, although it appears that Disney already has shown its hand. We have also heard from trusted and proven sources that Moon Knight and all his characters will be appearing in an upcoming solo MCU film along with a certain Avenger. We will not be surprised if there is a Moon Knight/Black Knight team-up at some point.