Mohamed Diab & Oscar Isaac Seemingly Confirm 'Moon Knight' Season 2 Is In Development

Earlier this year, the world was introduced to Marc Spector and Steven Grant, two of the personalities that are wrestling for control of their host body in Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight.” And thanks to a committed performance from Oscar Isaac, fans have been eager to know when they might see more of Mr. Knight and the rest of the characters. Well, they might not be waiting too long. 

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In a tweet posted by Mohamed Diab, one of the filmmakers behind Marvel Studios’ recent “Moon Knight,” his daughter is seen asking the question about whether or not there will be a Season 2 of the series. Diab keeps quiet, but the camera turns to their surprise guest, Oscar Isaac, who simply replied, “Why else would we be in Cairo?” 

Is this as good as a confirmation? Well, that’s the thing. You see, this could be just a fun video teasing fans who are hoping to hear some news about the show. However, if it’s just a joke, then you would expect some sort of signal that they’re having a bit of fun. Alas, it looks serious.

Another question is if they’re actually in Cairo and doing some sort of development for “Moon Knight” Season 2, why isn’t the series part of the already-announced Phase 5? That’s supposed to begin in 2023 and run all the way until July 26, 2024. You would have to imagine “Moon Knight” would have to figure into that time frame, right? 

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Regardless of the speculation, if you take it at face value, it seems as if “Moon Knight” is going to return for another season. The first batch of episodes ends with a tease about what might be to come with a third personality, Jake, showing up and perhaps showing the most brutal version of Marc Spector that exists. Plus, if you’re Marvel Studios, you don’t just have Oscar Isaac show up for one show and never use him again, right? 

Thankfully, D23 is right around the corner, on September 10, where it’s expected that Marvel Studios will have a ton of new information to share about future projects. Maybe we’ll get a confirmation about “Moon Knight” Season 2 there? We shall see.