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Embrace the chaos. Moon Knight, one of several exciting MCU installments dropping on Disney+ this year, finally premiered. The series stars Oscar Isaac (Star Wars, Dune) in the title role and Ethan Hawke (Before Sunrise, Dead Poets Society) as Arthur Harrow.
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The new trailer follows Moon Knight as he comes to terms with his various identities and explores a hitherto unexamined corner of the Marvel Comics universe. Moon Knight premiered on March 30, 2022, on Disney+.
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Where can you stream Moon Knight?
You can stream Moon Knight starting March 30, 2022 on Disney+. Disney+ is available via internet connection if you live in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Channel Islands, France, Germany, India, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Italy, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom or the U.S. Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming platform can be accessed from desktop browsers, mobile devices, game consoles, and more.
Disney+ is home to Walt Disney Studios films, Marvel films and series, Disney Channel original series, Pixar films and shorts, Star Wars films and series and National Geographic titles. The platform is also constantly releasing new content, such as highly anticipated Marvel series like She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel, upcoming Star Wars series like Obi-Wan Kenobi and more.
What is Moon Knight about?
Moon Knight, created by Jeremy Slater and directed by Mohamed Diab, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, is based on the Marvel Comics characters created by Doug Moench. The series follows the story of Marc Spector/ Moon Knight (Oscar Isaac), a former US Marine with dissociative identity disorder—the trailer initially identifies Isaac as Steven Grant, one of Moon Knight's identities, though he later gets a phone call from someone who refers to him as Marc, indicating that the series may follow Moon Knight's time as both Steven and Marc Spector. The series also stars Ethan Hawke, Gaspard Ulliel and May Calamawy.
In the comics, Moon Knight is a former soldier who comes into contact with Khonshu, the Egyptian mood god, which gives him new abilities. The trailer focuses on Steven's struggles with sleeplessness and his inability to separate his waking life from his dreams. The trailer also reveals the name of Hawke's character, which was previously unannounced, and debuts some of Moon Knight's strength and agility.
How can you watch Moon Knight?
To start watching Moon Knight on March 30, you can subscribe to Disney+ today starting at $7.99 or $79.99 for a year’s subscription. Consider investing in a bundle with Hulu or ESPN+ to get the most out of your subscription, or even subscribing for a year to save a little extra money.
Disney+ is available on devices like Apple products, Roku streaming devices, Google Chromecast, Android phones and TV devices, XBOX One, PlayStation 4, LG TVs, Samsung products, Chrome OS, Mac OS or Windows PC. If you’re worried about connecting to the service, check out their supported devices list and sign up for email updates at DisneyPlus.com to keep updated on which devices are compatible.
In addition to all of its new content, Disney+ is also home to classic films like Aladdin, Robin Hood, A Bug’s Life and The Princess and The Frog that you can watch on-demand, as well as Disney Channel Original shows and TV series like Sky High, Elena of Avalor, Kim Possible and The Owl House. They also have a lot of properties you might not expect, like Pixar Shorts, The Princess Bride, The Simpsons, Home Alone, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and more.
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