Moon Night Lead author and executive producer Jeremy Slater explains the lack of connection to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the series.
Moon Night To the astonishment of many viewers, Marvel is not because of a major connection to the Cinematic Universe, but because of its unique nature. In the fourth step, it is almost expected that a Marvel Studio project will have some connection to the wider universe, but Moon Night Instead tells a true solo story.
Most of Marvel Studio’s projects are set up later:Avengers: Endgame They have addressed “The Blip” in their own creative way and others have started talking about Multiverse. In an interview with Dr. The DirectCreator Jeremy Slater discusses why Moon Night The rest of the MCU was therefore disconnected:
“There were some areas and issues where we were told at the outset, ‘Let’s clear up,’ because Marvel is always very careful about repeating itself. They always want to expand and find new angles in the universe to explore. So it was, let’s stay away from The Blip, because Blip is obviously being discussed in depth WandavisionInside Falcon and Winter SoldierInside Hockey. Let’s avoid that aspect of sorting. Stay away from [the] Due to multiverse Spider-Man: No Way Home And Dr. Strange in Madness’s Multiverse. There are only those different areas where they were like… MCU seems to be getting really heavy on certain ideas and concepts here, so we have to keep our small angle very different from this, so that it doesn’t seem like a multiverse story at all. “
Moon Night Large MCUs can restrain themselves from having connections, but the almost featured in the series are Kumail Nanjiani’s Kingo and Kit Harrington’s Black Knight. Eternal. While those appearances may not have been fruitful, it does provide some insight into which area of the MCU Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight may launch next.
Here is the summary for Moon Night:
The series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee who is obsessed with other life’s blackouts and memories. Steven discovers that he has a dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with tenant Mark Specter. As Steven / Mark’s enemies gather around them, they must navigate their complex identities while pushing towards a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.
Produced by Jeremy Slater, the Disney Plus series stars Oscar Isaac, May Calamoui, Karim El Hakim, F. Murray Abraham, Ethan Hawke, Ann Akinjirin, David Ganley, Khalid Abdullah, Gaspard Uliel, Antonia Salib, Fernanda Andre, King Lucas, Sophia. Danu, and good morning.
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