Marvel Studios is set to kick off its new round of programming in 2022 with Moon Knight. This Disney+ series will be the first MCU property to introduce a new leading character in his own streaming project, and it happens to be one of Marvel's wildest personas to date. Utilizing thriller tropes and supernatural story points, Moon Knight will be unlike anything MCU fans have ever seen.
The show's promotional tour is starting to kick into high gear after the end of 2021, particularly with the first trailer having debuted to the public a few weeks ago. Focusing on Isaac's Steven Grant persona and teasing one of the coolest new superhero outfits coming to the MCU, Moon Knight is taking big swings that are already making it a must-see event.
Now that the MCU's Phase 4 slate is only a few weeks away from its 2022 return, fans are craving more news and information from the franchise's first new entry of the year. Now, as Moon Knight's release date inches closer, its streaming home is setting things up for the show's March 30 release date with some new imagery.
Disney+ Updates Moon Knight's Show Page
Disney+ updated the home page for Marvel Studios' Moon Knight with new imagery promoting the series.
On the search page, the show's title card pops up against a blue background with Egyptian patterns. Also shown is a crescent moon with a hint of gold coloring.
After clicking into the Moon Knight page, the right side features the same crescent moon that surrounds the title on the series' first page.
The full-page confirms that Moon Knight will debut on March 30, 2022, and it provides a link to watch the first trailer. Also included is a short synopsis that reads:
"Mild-mannered Steven Grant has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with a mercenary."
Moon Knight Prepping For Release
While nothing particularly new is shown on the Disney+ page for Moon Knight, the fact that it's up and ready to go should be enough to amp up the hype for its debut.
As is the case with most of the show's promo material, the Egyptian themes shine through with the textures and the crescent moon seen on every page. While Steven Grant/Marc Spector's journey to truly embodying those themes is still being kept a mystery, it's clear that it won't take long for the ancient mythology to make its presence felt in the plot.
Now, fans will be looking out for when Moon Knight's promotional tour will bring new looks at the series for the anxious fan base.
Rumors have pointed to Marvel bringing a new spot for the series at Super Bowl LVI alongside Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which makes the most sense considering how soon it releases. Regardless of when that happens, the Moon Knight page going live is only the start for this intriguing new property from Marvel Studios.
Moon Knight will begin streaming on Disney+ on March 30, 2022.