Disney+ Day finally gave us our first look at Moon Knight. Oscar Isaac takes on the role of schizophrenic mercenary that becomes a brutal vigilante. We were given a brief teaser of the upcoming series that teases his fractured perception of reality with some beautifully done shots, especially when the camera pans into a room where Moon Knight is beating the hell out of someone. Luckily, it seems we also now know who’s involved with the project as The Green Knight‘s director of photography, Andrew Droz Palermo, announced his involvement with the DIsney+ series in an Instagram story during the Dsiney+ Day madness.
It’s funny that he moved on from one Knight-focused project to another, but given that film’s visual fidelity, his addition is an exciting prospect. He’s also worked n a variety of other projects like 2017’s A Ghost Story and 2019’s The True Adventures of Wolfboy. He’s also worked on a few TV projects like Strange Angel in 2019, where he also worked as director of photography. He is sure to add an interesting visual style to make the series stand out from the rest alongside director Mohamed Diab.
Moon Knight might be our first true window into the darker and mystical side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’ll be interesting to see. if the series might end up connecting to Mahershala Ali‘s upcoming Blade project that’ll introduce us to vampires. Marc Spector is no stranger to fighting supernatural beings and with his mind fractured, it might become quite the challenge to understand whatever he is facing is real or not.