Disney + Moon Night takes place after the hockey event

Disney + Moon Night takes place after the hockey event

Marvel Studios’ Moon Night is the next entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it’s definitely a blast. If you are wondering where the series stands on the official MCU timeline, we have the answer for you. As Disney + has previously recorded in MCU, the streaming service has placed Moon Night on Marvel Studios’ timeline. According to Disney + (via The Direct), the series takes place shortly after hockey.

Hawkeye was set for the Christmas season of 2024, so it would make sense for Moon Night to take place in the spring of 2025. I think we’ll find out when the series unravels the mysterious story of Mark Specter. Moon Night seems to have been a lot of fun so far and the cast seems to be enjoying it for sure. Recently, Ethan Hawke, who plays the villain Arthur Harrow in the series, revealed that Moon Knight is the most creative freedom he has had as an actor. Hawk spoke to the Hollywood Reporter and briefed them on the behind-the-scenes story of the series.

“For most of my career, the higher the budget, the more fear there was, and from the people in charge, there was less creativity on set because there was so much fear. But there is something about success. Said. “I’m just guessing here, but in the DNA of Kevin Feige’s relationship with Robert Downey Jr., something really good has happened in the producer-actor relationship. He has great faith and confidence in the actor’s ability to contribute. To invest in the show and to help come up with original ideas, so I was really impressed to see it. We believe that if this does not happen then it is our fault. We cannot blame anyone. ” (Laughter.) But it’s really strong as an artist. Yeah, you have to work in their kitchen, but they’ll let you work. “

Marvel Studios and Disney + describe the series as follows: “Moon Night follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop worker who suffers from blackouts and other life memories. As Steven / Mark’s enemies come together, they must navigate the intricate identities of the powerful gods of Egypt. “

Sneha Mali

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