‘Moon Knight’ EPs Say Season 2 Of Marvel Disney+ Series On The Air – Deadline

Warning: The following piece contains spoilers about the Disney+/Marvel’s Season Finale Moon Knight

As the Disney+/Marvel series wrap up their first seasons, there is usually news of a spin-off series or season 2 being confirmed, i.e. Loki immediately announced that we would be getting a season 2 in the final S1 episode, and it was announced shortly after WandaVision ended that agatha would be the sequel.

Oscar Isaac and director Mohamed Diab on the set of Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight

Last night during the epilogue of the Oscar Isaac series moon knight, it looked like we would indeed be seeing more of the superhero battling dissociative identity disorder when we learned about his new, third personality, underworld limousine driver Jake Lockley. It’s Jake who takes cult leader and former Ammit avatar Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) out of an asylum and shoots him in the head of a Rolls Royce.

Deadline asked the series episodic director and EP Mohamed Diab if he is expected to be back for more work on Season 2.

“We don’t know if there will be another season,” Diab told Deadline today.

“Marvel isn’t going in a conventional way, so even if they like the character and want to expand the world, it could be season 2, it could be a standalone movie, or he could join another superhero’s journey” , the director added. of the season finale.

“I am in the dark, as are the fans,” Diab added.

“We never talked about it being a season 2, but one day there will be an expansion, but I don’t know what it will look like,” he continued.

Moon Knight EP Grant Curtis repeated Diab in season 2.

“True Moon Knight going into MCU after this, I actually don’t know,” said Curtis, “As a fan, I want to know, because Oscar made such a compelling, emotional performance that people want to see more of the Steven-Marc-Jake story.”

Diab said Jake was part of the season one finale, but Isaac’s dual personality Steven and Marc waking up in their London flat “wasn’t always the case.” Other endings were in the mix according to Diab staying mom. In layman’s terms, the souls of the duos reunited in the finale, with Marc being resuscitated so that they can once again become the avatar of the God Khonshu and defeat their opponent God Ammit.

The other big thing that happened last night was that Layla, the wife of Marc Spector (May Calamawy), came into her power as a superhero; she becomes Tawaret’s avatar and takes part in the battle against Harrow.

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May Calamawy as Layla El-Faouly

Where does she go from here?

“We kept it open because this could be Layla’s beginnings,” Diab said, “I want it to be a temporary avatar.”

“Having her partner with someone completely different from her, (like) Tawaret, would be so interesting and they can drive each other crazy. Her learning now she must be a superhero or not because she hates the idea now, or maybe she must learn it is important or not. There’s so much room to go there, I don’t know what’s going to happen.”

Deadline also checked in separately with Disney and at the moment it is still unknown if there will be a second season Moon Knight.

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