Did Oscar Isaac confirm Moon Knight’s return with Season 2?

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Fans have been more than happy with Oscar Isaac’s performance ever since the release of the first-ever season of Moon Knight. Moreover, everyone was hopeful about the return of the character to the MCU again. While the second season of the show is yet to be confirmed, Isaac reportedly teased the same during one of his recent appearances at the New York Comic Con while speaking about his character in the show.

Moon Knight details

For the unversed, Marvel reportedly promoted Moon Knight as a limited series initially and also avoided tie-ins of the six-episode season with the larger MCU. However, fans were baffled when the sixth and final episode of the show introduced a third personality, Jack Lockley, implying that Moon Knight’s story will continue further and that they will return with a second season. As mentioned earlier, the studio is yet to confirm the same. Talking about Oscar Isaac, he had an interesting response when asked about the same.

The actor’s response

Oscar Isaac teased in a typical Marvel way in his recent Comic-Con appearance and reportedly said, “Are you looking at a Season 2? All I can say is it is not the last we’ve heard of the system that is Moon Knight.” Not only Isaac but Jeremy Slater, the head writer of Moon Knight, also shared a similar sentiment earlier while speaking about the possibility of season 2 with a mention that the story is definitely not done!

Marvel’s plans

For the unversed, Marvel has announced multiple future projects coming up in the next few years, and there is a possibility that Oscar’s Moon Knight could also be a part of one of the projects. According to numerous fan speculations, netizens are of the opinion that Isaac’s superhero may show up in Blade featuring Mahershala Ali, given that the latter shares similar supernatural undertones.

Moon Knight

The first season of Moon Knight introduced us to Isaac, who played the character of Marc Spector, a person with dissociative identity disorder who must work with his alter Steven Grant, the Egyptian God Khonsu, and the love of his life Layla to prevent the rise of another Egyptian goddess, Ammit.