With its interconnected storytelling, Marvel has a vast library of content that is anchored by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, the series has had its share of continuity errors and behind-the-scenes blunders in the past. Visual continuity errors, such as Tom Holland’s hair in Avengers: Infinity War and Paul Bettany’s Vision’s skin-colored arm in a WandaVision promo, are good examples.
A boom mic was discovered in the funeral scene of Avengers: Endgame as an example of an MCU behind-the-scenes error. Another memorable Star Wars gaffe, like the jeans guy who appeared in an episode of The Mandalorian Season 2, is found in the Star Wars universe, which, like Marvel, has its share of missteps. Another behind-the-scenes error was discovered in the most recent Moon Knight episode.
In the third episode of Moon Knight, the show’s cameraman made an appearance in a crucial scene.
The cameraman can be seen in the background of “The Friendly Type” at 8:27, when Oscar Isaac’s Marc Spector is hunting Arthur Harrow’s thugs through the streets of Cairo.
It’s fair to presume that Disney+ will edit out the cameraman as soon as possible, despite this being a minor blunder on Marvel Studios’ part. Similarly, Disney altered a scene from The Mandalorian Season 2 to remove a crew member’s iconic jeans.
It’s not clear if this cameraman will be as popular as the jeans guy from Season 2 of The Mandalorian. As soon as the Star Wars crew member was released online, he was quickly adopted as a fan favorite. It’s safe to say that Moon Knight’s cameraman won’t be as popular as his predecessor because of this minor blunder.
Because of Moon Knight’s incredible performance in the previous instalment, which pushed the story to an even more thrilling conclusion, fans can overlook this minor hiccup.