Marvel Studios is officially two weeks into its sixth Disney+ show with Oscar Isaac's Moon Knight, the MCU's first new Phase 4 entry for 2022. Through those first two weeks, the show has been an overwhelming success, outperforming past Marvel Studios series such as WandaVision and Hawkeye as the franchise explores a new supernatural side.
Every new Marvel show comes with plenty of exciting real-world developments with ways that fans can celebrate the newest additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This sometimes comes with collectible items like Funko Pops! and other merchandise that fans can purchase, but it's also seen in places like Disneyland in more interactive experiences.
Since Disneyland added its new world centered on Marvel and the MCU, the park has delivered live-action versions of the MCU's biggest names concurrently with Phase 4's releases in theaters and on Disney+. This happened immediately after Episode 1 of Moon Knight debuted on Disney+, and the trend continues with the second entry this week.
Moon Knight Alter-Ego at Disneyland
Laughing Place's official YouTube account shared videos of the newly-introduced Mr. Knight actor at Avengers Campus in Disneyland's California Adventure. This comes after the hilarious Mr. Knight persona made his MCU debut in Episode 2 of Moon Knight.
The video shows a quick impromptu interview with the new character as he explains how he's still working out how to use his newfound power, reminiscent of Steven Grant doing the same in the Disney+ show. He even jokes around about how the classic Moon Knight character is elsewhere in the park, to which the Mr. Knight actor says to let him know what happens if the other causes any trouble.
The full video can be seen below:
Mr. Knight Debuts at Disneyland in Hilarious Fashion
Warning - The rest of this article contains minor spoilers for Episode 2 of Moon Knight.
Oscar Isaac had the opportunity to more deeply explore his leading character in Moon Knight during Episode 2, which fully fleshed out his original Marc Spector personality through the plot. This also included his Steven Grant side trying to summon the Moon Knight suit as he turned into the alternate Mr. Knight, which brought plenty of laughs during his fight with a demon jackal.
While this version of Mr. Knight is vastly different from the comics, as is this take on Steven Grant, fans got some classic entertainment as Marc's two sides worked through what was happening. Disneyland's most recent visitors even got the opportunity to interact with this new alter-ego up-close as a new actor from the park donned the glowing white mask and fancy dress suit.
Avengers Campus has done a fantastic job of bringing the MCU's characters to life, which includes everybody from Anthony Mackie's Falcon to Kumail Nanjiani's Kingo from Eternals. This latest addition becomes one of the funniest new characters at the park, whose cache of character actors will only continue to grow as more MCU projects join the fray.
The first two episodes of Moon Knight are available to stream on Disney+.