Of all the upcoming MCU Disney+ shows on the horizon, the one that audiences know the least about is Moon Knight. Besides word of the casting of Oscar Isaac as Marc Spector, and some of his other co-stars, such as Ethan Hawke, the show remains a mystery.
The show has been in production in Budapest, a location that happens to be quite a distance away from any other Marvel project currently in the works, which is likely why there has been less coverage of the show's work.
With Moon Knight's production being so distant, it's hard to imagine that multiple MCU stars would be in the same area if they weren't working together—which is why the spotting of Mark Ruffalo with Oscar Isaac in Budapest drew so many eyes.
Now the Hulk actor has taken to Twitter to address all of the whispers.
MARK RUFFALO CRYPTICALLY RESPONDS
In response to the recent photo of himself alongside Oscar Isaac in Budapest, Mark Ruffalo addressed it all via a tweet in which the actor said that he has "learned the hard way" when it comes to spoiling things:
"As the person who's responsible for this next phase of the MCU, I would hate to spoil something. I have learned the hard way."
HULK AND MOON KNIGHT
It's honestly extremely unclear as to what Mark Ruffalo was aiming to achieve with his post, or even what he was trying to say. Is this response indicative of him making an appearance in Moon Knight, or is it meant as a denial?
The fact that the two were seen together in Budapest is really hard to write off, no matter what the famous actor says. It's a fairly specific place to see a mainstay MCU hero happen to pop up next to where one of the next Disney+ shows is being filmed.
The most intriguing part of the tweet, however, has nothing to do with the photos of him and Isaac, but rather Ruffalo's point to say that he is responsible for the next phase of the MCU. Does the actor mean that literally? Could Bruce Banner play a key role, and show up across multiple projects?
After all, Bruce Banner is one of the only original Avengers left on the table, so it would make sense to see him take on a mentor and leadership role, guiding the next line of heroes into their necessary places.
Moon Knight doesn't have a release date yet, but fans can expect the series to drop on Disney+ at some point in 2022.