MOON KNIGHT Premiere Date Reportedly Revealed, And It Might Be Coming Sooner Than Expected

A possible release date for Moon Knight has been revealed, and it looks like the Oscar Isaac-led series will be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe show to hit Disney+ in 2022.

Moon Knight fans have been anxiously awaiting an update on the Disney+ show's release, and while an official premiere date has not been announced, multiple sources are reporting that we'll be seeing Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac) in action in just a few month's time.

According to OneTakeNews, Moon Knight will premiere on Disney+ on March 30, making it the first MCU-set show to hit the streaming service in 2022. If this is accurate, we can probably expect a first trailer to debut fairly soon.

That Hashtag Show (who are a lot less reliable these days, it must be said) has backed up this report, adding that She-Hulk is expected to follow in May, and Ms. Marvel in either August or September.

The Moon Knight date is very specific, at least, so let's hope Marvel Studios/Disney+ makes it official with a first teaser before too long.

We still don't know a whole lot about Moon Knight (you can check out a leaked first look at Marc Spector here), but there have been rumors that Mark Ruffalo could appear as The Hulk, and that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier's Emily VanCamp might show up as Sharon Carter.

The show has Cairo 678 director Mohamed Diab behind the camera, and we found out last year that the Disney+ series has also enlisted Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead (The Endless, Synchronic) to helm additional episodes. Jeremy Slater (The Umbrella Academy; The Exorcist) will serve as showrunner, and is leading the show's writing team.

Plot details are still under wraps, but the small-screen adaptation is expected to stick pretty close to the basic premise of the comic, with Marc Spector, a highly skilled mercenary who has numerous alter-egos, channelling the power of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu to fight crime in LA.

A recent synopsis stated that "the action-adventure features a complex vigilante who suffers from dissociative identity disorder. The multiple identities who live inside him are distinct characters who appear against a backdrop of Egyptian iconography."

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