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Disney+ Producer Confirms Moon Knight Is Disconnected From The MCU

By Abraham George
March 13,2022

Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight is set to bring its mercenary on to your screen this year. Being the first show for 2022, it packs in a lot of expectations. Fans say the show is responsible for depicting where the MCU is bound to go. The masked mercenary is said to take on a new phase of cosmic and metaphysical actions that transcends with Gods.

The expectation of Moon Knight fans grows as more and more Moon Knight content, such as trailers and posters, is released. They’ve helped Marvel’s TV shows, including WandaVision and Loki, sustain high ratings and become hot social media topics. When asked if he expects his programme will have the same effect as Moon Knight; Isaac said he hopes it will as well. It’s safe to say that Marc Spector and his story will be unlike anything else in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; and the enthusiasm among fans signals that they are ready for something new.

Phase 4 of the Infinity Saga is full of crazy stories, like Spider-Man: No Way Home, Loki, and Doctor Strange. These stories will change the way people think about superheroes. As many old people leave the MCU, new people have also been introduced, like Kate Bishop, Shang-Chi, and, later this month, Moon Knight. Moon Knight will be the first movie in the MCU to have Egyptian gods and magical creatures in it. Marc Spector’s dissociative identity disorder, which causes him to have a lot of different personalities, is going to be the subject of a new show on Disney+.

In a movie universe like the MCU, fans always want to know how each movie will connect to the one before it and the one before that. Moon Knight, on the other hand, sounds like it will be a separate project.

Moon Knight To Play The Lone Game

Moon Knight

Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector in Disney+ show Moon Knight

Grant Curtis, the executive producer of Moon Knight, said in a new Disney press release that the show will not be part of the current MCU. Curtis first talked about how excited everyone at Marvel Studios was about Moon Knight and how it would take the MCU back to “Iron Man and Tony Stark roots” by making a new hero “from the ground up” again.

There are a lot of things about Moon Knight that make us excited at Marvel Studios. That’s one of the things that makes this character so unique. It’s taking Marvel Studios back to its Iron Man and Tony Stark roots with this character. Because that person had to have been built from the ground up, so did Marc Spector, too.

They then talked about how Moon Knight will be embracing the supernatural aspects of the comics. This includes the ruthless Egyptian god Khonshu.

“We’re absolutely embracing the supernatural aspects of what was in publishing, the Egyptian gods, this ruthless Egyptian god Khonshu that manipulates Marc to do his bidding. We’re embracing all that. We love stuff that goes bump in the night.”

Earlier this month, ComicBook reported on Marvel’s most recent Moon Knight press event, during which Curtis highlighted what distinguishes the series from others. He discusses the process of developing the character in a way that mirrors the origins of the MCU’s heroes and how the programme embraces the mystical components of the character. When asked about Moon Knight’s connection to the MCU’s Phase 4 plot, he says:

“There is no connection between the current MCU and the previous MCU. He’s brand-new, and he’s about to embark on a brand-new journey of discovery. We have a strong belief that the fans will appreciate it.”

Moon Knight May Still Have Its Connections

Disney+'s Moon Knight Rumored to Feature Major Avengers Hero

Disney+’s Moon Knight Rumored to Feature Major Avengers Hero

Many fans will think that Curtis’s comments mean that Moon Knight doesn’t happen in the MCU because he said that. In order to make it clear, that is not what the executive producer is saying here. There are a lot of interconnected stories in the MCU right now, but Curtis seems to think that the Disney+ show won’t be a part of any.

All of these movies are taking a look at the Multiverse; Loki, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness are all taking a look at the Multiverse. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Black Widow have seen Valentina build; a mysterious team of street fighters, and that’s just the beginning.

In the show, Marc Spector is the new hero introduced to the MCU. At first, the movie doesn’t seem to be focused on the bigger picture. That doesn’t mean the Disney+ series won’t have connections to the rest of the world. There have been rumors that the Hulk will appear; and there’s a good chance it will set up the Werewolf by Night Halloween Special.

As far as I can tell, most of the Phase 4 projects I’ve seen so far have put a lot of emphasis; on linking to other projects and telling stories that change how people think. With shows like Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and She-Hulk; it will be nice to go back to the early days of the MCU; and show a new hero and tell a story about them.

On March 30, 2022, Moon Knight makes his way to your screens on Disney+.

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