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‘Moon Knight’ Trailer Debuts When The Moon Is Actually 100% Illuminated

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On Saturday, it was announced via Twitter that the first full trailer for one of the newest entries is on Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney+ series Moonlight Knight, will this second drop.

The trailer will make its world premiere at some point during Monday’s ABC/ESPN broadcast NFL’s Super Wild Card The match between the Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams.

However, that’s not the only thing the trailer has to do with it.

Whether a master marketing stroke or a coincidence, that day – January 17 – will also mark the next arrival of the full moon, as noted by Space.com. To be precise, the moon will be fully illuminated at 6:48 p.m. EST. However, it will be fully visible to average lunar observers before and after that point.

In the comics, Marc Spector, aka Moon Knight – who will be played by Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac – is a former US Marine who became the avatar of the moon god. Khonshu Egypt. He is forced by god to redeem himself after a life filled with violence by defending justice and protecting the innocent.

The live-action adaptation will star May Calamawy and Ethan Hawke.

Writer Jeremy Slater (Umbrella Academy, The Exorcist) was mined as Moonlight Knight’writer head. After receiving the gig, he came Twitter to say that “joining the MCU is the greatest honor of my career.”

https://wegotthiscovered.com/movies/mcu-moon-knight-trailer-premiere-full-moon/ ‘Moon Knight’ Trailer Debuts When The Moon Is Actually 100% Illuminated

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