Mohammed Diab hints at the return of the show
Is Moon Knight Season 2 on the way? At the same time, Oscar Isaac’s portrayal of bumbling gift salesman Steven Grant and charming assassin Marc Spector captured the hearts and minds of audiences.
After the last episode aired, viewers wanted more and prayed for the program to be renewed for a second season. Marvel CEO Kevin Feige hasn’t revealed anything about San Diego Comic-Con 2022’s Hall H event schedule, which disappointed millions of fans.
Is Moon Knight season 2 official?
In what appears to be confirmation of a second season of the hit Disney Plus series, a TikTok video recently created buzz. Moon Knight director Mohamed Diab is cautious and refuses to answer @hayaattiaaa’s question on whether or not there will be a second season in the video. We then see Oscar Isaac’s face as the camera pans to him.
Since y’all asked #oscarisaac #mohameddiab #moonknight
♬ original sound – haya
Moon Knight Season 2 is perfectly entitled to a new season
Following Marc Spector/Stephen Grant, very distinct split personalities were drawn into a larger mystery involving Egyptian gods. Instead of the usual Disney+ superhero fare, it brought a sense of mystery and courage to Disney+ superhero offerings, all thanks to Isaac’s outstanding portrayal as Marc, which contrasts sharply with Stephen.
If the Moon Knight Season 2 rumor is accurate, it flies in the face of everything that’s been suggested, even from the world of the show. Regarding the MCU, Variety said Isaac hasn’t signed a long-term deal, which would require him to sign a new contract, most likely with a raise given the show’s stellar acclaim. Whether Isaac is not a recurring character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has not been definitively established, but it has been strongly suggested.
Also, Disney has never paid as much attention to this program as it has to WandaVision and Loki in the past. Almost every series Marvel has planned for the future seems to be based on MCU characters. The MCU’s Phase 6 could easily accommodate a Season 2, allowing Moon Knight to become part of the larger Marvel Universe.