Take a First Look at Oscar Isaac's 'Moon Knight' Costume

Part of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Announced as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four rollout, we now have a first look at Marvel StudiosMoon Knight.

Arriving on Disney+, the six 40-50 minute episode Moon Knight television miniseries will be centered around Marc Spector played by Oscar Isaac. A former United States Marine afflicted by Dissociative Identity Disorder, Spector becomes Moon Knight after becoming the conduit for the Egyptian moon god Khonshu. While the main antagonist played by Ethan Hawke is believed to be inspired by cult leader David Koresh.

The first look reveals a largely comic-accurate look for the superhero. Building on the ominous enigmatic appearance of Moon Knight, the cloaked costume is dominated by a white tone complete with hood, white eyes and crescent moon details.

Take a first look at Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight costume and look for Moon Knight to hit Disney+ sometime in 2022.

For more entertainment news, Netflix recently revealed the cast for its Avatar: The Last Airbender live-action series.

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