Moon Knight Directors Promise ‘Breathtaking’ Change in Episode 4

Moon Knight directors Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson promise a “mind-blowing big swing” in the fourth installment of the Marvel Studios series.

Marvel Studios Disney+ Limited Series moon knight did not hide this fact that it aims to make viewers guess what is real and what is not. However, directors Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson promised a particularly “mind-blowing” twist in the show’s fourth episode.

“As you say, there’s a big, mind-blowing swing in episode four that makes you reconsider some of the things you’ve seen,” Moorhead said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “Being able to do things like that – that show up all over the comics, and also doing the tone and feel of the comics a huge service, the excitement of opening something up and seeing something that you don’t never seen before – was one of the reasons we wanted to do this.”


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“When you look at the 50 years of incredible content that’s been generated for Moon Knight and Marvel, the best of it is defined by taking big swings, being bold,” Benson added. “So in that way we’ve been empowered to continue that, to be bold, especially with [episode four]. Visually, something that really appealed to us, especially for this episode, was the [Jeff] Lemire and [Greg] Smallwood Track [of Moon Knight].”

With Oscar Isaac in the lead role, Marvel Studios’ moon knight premiered its first episode, “The Goldfish Problem,” on Disney+ on Wednesday, March 30. The series is set to run for six episodes in total until May 4. Whether Isaac’s Marc Spector will return for any future Marvel Cinematic Universe projects remains to be seen, though he’s more than willing to do so, provided it’s for a story “worth telling.”


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” After LegionThe footsteps, moon knight uses visions, mirrors, time intervals, etc. to set up his unique take on presenting dissociated identity disorder on a cinematic scale. It doesn’t rely on the trippy VFX work as much as this FX series, but there are definitely some tedious shenanigans to be seen,” CBR’s Cass Clarke wrote in her official report. moon knight review, which is based on the first four episodes of the series. “…One thing is certain though, moon knight is completely entertaining in its design, concept, look and feel that it brings to the MCU as a whole.”


New episodes on moon knight stream Wednesdays on Disney+.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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