‘Moon Knight’ Disney+ Series Begins Wrapping on Filming

From the Walt Disney World News and written by: Sean Sposato

The upcoming “Moon Knight” TV series on Disney+ sees the beginning of the wrapping of its first season of production as various crew members from the show share their goodbyes to the series.

The Marvel Studios television show has not finished wrapping just yet. However, it is getting closer to its completion as more and more crew members share on social media that their time with the production has come to an end. As pointed out by an earlier report by ComicBook, one makeup artist from the series posted a celebratory post on social media a few weeks ago saying their goodbye to the series. Now, it seems another video has surfaced online revealing an end to filming in Jordan.

As shared by Redditor u/bellomoto1, an unidentified crew member can be seen returning to their Budapest hotel room to find a gift from Marvel Studios.

Film crew wrapped their location in Wadi Rum (Jordan) after a one-week shoot. Someone sent me this video from a crew person who returned to Budapest and had this waiting for them. from MoonKnight

Per the caption from the post:

“Film crew wrapped their location in Wadi Rum (Jordan) after a one-week shoot. Someone sent me this video from a crew person who returned to Budapest and had this waiting for them.”

“We are incredibly thankful for your contributions and continued efforts on Moon Knight,” a note stationed outside the gift reads. “Everyone is looking forward to the exciting debut of this series and that is in part to your amazing work.” It’s then signed by the various producers at Marvel Studios.

At this time, not much is known about this new series. All that has been revealed about the TV show is that it will be a limited six episode series and will star Ethan Hawke, May Calamawy, Gaspard Ulliel, and Oscar Isaac. Additionally, the series is expected to land on the Disney streaming service in 2022.

Besides these details, nothing is known about the story of the show.

Are you excited for “Moon Knight” to premiere on Disney+ in 2022? Let us know in the comments! Will you be streaming it when it premieres?

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