Four weeks ago, Marvel Studios kicked off its first new project of 2022 with the release of Oscar Isaac's Moon Knight on Disney+. While there was some initial concern about press receiving four of the show's six episodes as screeners, those worries have died down thanks to the thrilling story behind Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and Moon Knight.
Fans headed into Episode 4 with an uneasy feeling after the Ennead of Egyptian Gods punished and imprisoned the Moon God Khonshu for helping Marc/Steven continue their quest for Ammit. Putting the lead character into wild new situations with each passing episode, the new MCU series keeps the audience on edge as Marc learns more about what lies ahead of him.
Episode 4 was no exception in that regard, leaving viewers with a shocking cliffhanger and more insight into Marc and Steven's evolving relationship with one another. Now, as fans flock to Disney+ to see the new addition to the story, Disney provided a deeper look into some of the episode's biggest moments.
Disney Shares Spoiler-Filled Moon Knight Images
WARNING: The rest of this article contains spoilers for Episode 4 of Moon Knight.
Marvel Studios and Disney released 10 new images from Episode 4 of Moon Knight, which captures the biggest spoiler-filled plot points in the latest new episode.
May Calamawy's Layla and Oscar Isaac's Steven Grant walk through the campsite in the desert in front of Ammit's tomb. The two try to figure out a way into the tomb without being caught by Arthur Harrow and his men.
Layla crouches down in the cave as she takes in the statues and hieroglyphs that she sees at the entrance to the tomb.
Steven draws an image depicting the Eye of Horus into a sand-covered surface to help them figure out that they need to find Ammit's ushabti.
Steven Grant shines a flashlight on the walls as he gets a closer look at the tomb, which comes right before he finds the fresh blood and human remains laying near the stone table.
A mystical mummy monster stands ready to fight as Marc and Layla make their way to the tomb. It's unclear how this being came to life, but it put up a valiant effort to stop Layla before she threw it over the edge of a hole.
Ethan Hawke's Arthur Harrow sits on the other side of the hole from Layla as he tells her about the ambush that killed her father. Although his motivations are still a mystery, he knew how to get under Layla's skin while she searched for answers.
Steven analyzes the massive tomb in the middle of the Egyptian temple, which holds Alexander the Great's sarcophagus. Marc's alternate personality is in a state of pure amazement as he sees some of the oldest and most stories historical artifacts ever discovered.
Steven inspects and analyzes the tomb of Alexander the Great after pushing aside the top of his giant sarcophagus. This comes shortly before he shoves his hand down the legendary figure's throat searching for the ushabti holding Ammit.
Layla fights with Marc about him being present when her father was killed, and Marc shares that he's been trying to tell her about that incident since the day they met.
Marc and Arthur come face-to-face in the center of the tomb as Harrow searches for Ammit's ushabti. Without Khonshu, Marc takes an ax from the sarcophagus and attacks Harrow's men before Harrow shoots him twice in the chest.
Moon Knight Bringing Wild Ending in Episode 4
Moon Knight's fourth episode had the most twists and turns of any yet, ending with Arthur Harrow seemingly killing Marc Spector after Khonshu was banished by the Egyptian Gods. On top of this, Marc and Steven finally had a sort of face-to-face meeting in some kind of mental institution before coming up in front of a walking hippo, who was actually the Egyptian Goddess Tawaret.
This new episode took place almost entirely in Ammit's tomb, pushing both Marc and Arthur towards what they're looking for as the series winds down to a close. Now, there are no signs pointing to where the story may go next, but with ancient mythology now fully in play, there are endless possibilities for Marvel to explore.
The first four episodes of Moon Knight are available to stream on Disney+.