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    Spoilers for ‘Moon Knight’ below

    Oscar Isaac just reignited the conversation about the possibility of more Moon Knight. Earlier this year, the actor took on the dual (well, technically triple) role of Steven Grant/Mark Spector in Marvel’s Moon Knight, a miniseries about the eponymous superhero with dissociative identity disorder.

    In a recent TikTok post, series director Mohamed Diab and Isaac hinted at a possible second season.

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    “The question on everyone’s mind: is there a second season?” TikTok user @hayaattiaaa asks Diab and Isaac in the clip. “From ‘Moon Knight’?” Diab responds, before the camera pans to reveal Isaac. “Why else would we be in Cairo?” says the actor.

    However, to be clear, there has been no official confirmation of a second season of ‘Moon Knight’ as of yet. Did Isaac and Diab, who directed four of the show’s six episodes, just reveal that there will be season 2 to fans? Since a part of the first season was set in Cairo, this could be the case. Or were they just campaigning for a second installment to be confirmed? Only time will tell.


    Premiering in March of this year, the Jeremy Slater-created series opens with Isaac bringing out his polarizing British accent as gift shop clerk Steven Grant. As events unfold, Steven becomes acquainted with his alter ego Mark Spector, a Jewish-American mercenary who is the avatar of the Egyptian moon god Konshu (performed by Karim El Hakim and voiced by F. Murray Abraham). .

    Moon Knight also stars Ethan Hawke as cult leader Arthur Harrow, May Calamawy as Mark’s archaeologist and wife Layla El-Faouly, and the late Gaspard Ulliel in one of his final roles as Anton Mogart.

    ‘Moon Knight’ is available on Disney + Spain. At least the first, and for now only, season.

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