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    Marvel’s Moon Knight Teases His Inner Chaos at the Super Bowl

    Marvel’s Moon Knight Teases His Inner Chaos at the Super Bowl

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    Marvel’s Moon Knight Teases His Inner Chaos at the Super Bowl

    It’s a great time to start your 2019 with the new trailer for Marvel’s Moon Knight, which debuted at the Super Bowl on Sunday. As part of Marvel’s X-Men universe, the series is set to star Oscar Isaac as Steven Grant, a former criminal turned superhero. The film’s trailer teases Isaac’s dual persona, as he plays the mercenary Moon Knight and his ill-fated brother, the villainous Mood.

    Marvel Studios just released a new trailer for Moon Knight, their new superhero series set to debut on Disney+ next month. The film centers on Stephen Grant, a gift shop employee with dissociative identity disorder, who shares a body with a former CIA agent, Marc Spector. The film will take place in both modern London and ancient Egypt, and Isaac will play four different personalities.

    The series’ trailer shows a lot of blood and gore, while simultaneously introducing us to the titular hero. While the trailer isn’t full of new information about the film’s characters, it does feature new photos from the show. One of the most notable of these is a clear image of Khonshu’s back, and another shows the titular hero triumphantly slaying an army of goons. The images are a perfect blend of action and mystery that will surely give fans the chills.

    A 30-second trailer for Moon Knight premiered at the Super Bowl this week. The series follows the character Steven Grant, who suffers from dissociative identity disorder, and his alter-ego Marc Spector, who is a museum worker with an exaggerated British accent. It’s a great way to promote the new series, which will be launching on Disney+ in less than two months.

    The series will premiere on Disney+ on March 30, 2022. Both the TV spot and trailer feature Kid Cudi’s “Day ‘n’ Nite,” a popular song from the MCU. Episodes will be added to Disney+ each week after its premiere. Disney+ releases new episodes at approximately 12 am PT. Streamers can find the first episode of Moon Knight on the service after the premiere.

    The new show will also introduce fans to the character’s eccentric origin story. The character was previously known as multiple personalities. However, it was inaccurately portrayed in the media. Moon Knight hopes to avoid stereotypical representations of his psyche in order to show his true self. So, what can we expect from the Moon Knight? You can watch it on Disney+ March 30 on Disney+. The show will feature six episodes.

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