MOON KNIGHT Set Video Reveals Our First Look At Oscar Isaac's Suited Up Superhero Leaping Into Action

Over the past few days, we've been treated to a first look at the MCU's version of Moon Knight thanks to some leaked stills and concept art. Now, though, we have a set video showing the hero in action...

Marvel Studios hasn't revealed much about Moon Knight, though we do know that cameras have been rolling in Budapest for the past few months. Surprisingly, set photos for the Disney+ series have been non-existent, though that likely has something to do with the paparazzi being unable to travel overseas to keep an eye on productions like this one as a result of COVID travel restrictions. 

Regardless, a set video has now been revealed, and while it was taken from afar, we're sure you'll recognise the hero leaping into action as being Oscar Isaac's Marc Spector.

We don't know whether the actor was suited up here, but the costume matches recently leaked imagery for the show, and it doesn't seem unfair to say the deranged vigilante looks great in action. If production is getting close to wrapping up, this could be it for a while, though we would be shocked if some sort of trailer or first look isn't shared during November planned "Disney+ Day."

Moon Knight suffers from multiple personality disorder, and it's exactly the Marvel Universe's most stable of heroes. We don't know how much of that will make it into this series, but seeing as he's running around looking a lot like a Mummy...well, Marc doesn't seem like he's entirely all there! 

Check out this brief video from the set of Moon Knight in the player below:

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