MCU: A season 2 for Moon Knight?  The screenwriter answers!

MCU: A season 2 for Moon Knight? The screenwriter answers!

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After the success of the Moon Knight series on Disney+, many are impatiently awaiting the announcement of a second season. Marvel Studios has not yet given any indication of the future of their new creation. The screenwriter of Moon Knight gives his opinion on the question.

Summary

  • The sequel depends on Kevin Feige and Oscar Isaac
  • Moon Knight’s future could be on the big screen

The sequel depends on Kevin Feige and Oscar Isaac

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a large batch of new characters to the world of superheroes, through an avalanche of series and films. Steven Grant, hero of the recent Moon Knight series, did not take long to win the hearts of Marvel fans. The Disney+ series ended after six episodes on May 4, 2022. It’s not enough for its audience, which is demanding a second season. For now, Marvel Studios has not commented on a possible second season.

Asked about this during an interview for The Playlist, Moon Knight writer and creator Jeremy Slater (Umbrella Academy), said that the future of the series largely depends on Kevin Feigepresident of Marvel Studios, and dOscar Isaacthe interpreter of the protagonist Steven Grant.

I don’t know what’s going to happen, I haven’t had any conversations with Marvel. I think those decisions are bound to go through Kevin Feige because he’s the guy with the big plan. And of course, it will also go through Oscar Isaac because he hasn’t signed a big contract with a lot of films as is the tradition here. He has the possibility of not continuing if he wants. I think he had a good time with that character, and doing the show. On the other hand, I don’t think he’s the kind of guy who likes to rush things and make a sequel just because it’s popular.”


Moon Knight’s future could be on the big screen

The only Marvel live-action series to have officially been renewed on Disney+ is Loki, whose filming for the next round of episodes began in June. This does not mean that it will remain the only one, and the series created by Jeremy Slater has every chance of being extended in turn. Moon Knight may well be entitled to a solo movie rather than a second season. What is certain is that Marvel must have measured the popularity gained by the hero with the double (or rather triple) identity.

The bets are open: rather a Moon Knight movie or a second season? The answer will probably come to us when Marvel Studios will present their new roadmap so that we get a better look at the direction the MCU is going to take. We’ll probably find out about Kevin Feige’s battle plan when San Diego Comic-Con, July 21-24, 2022.


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