'Moon Knight': Explore New Images from Episode 6
Summon the suit.
Are you ready to embrace the chaos inside? Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight is now streaming on Disney+, bringing viewers into the world of Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift shop employee who can’t shake the idea that something — or better yet, someone — else is out there…but what (or who) is it?
Episode 1, “The Goldfish Problem,” has Steven dealing with a very real goldfish problem after he discovers that his one-finned goldfish, Gus, has suddenly sprouted a second fin. Oh, and also he has a blackout and wakes up somewhere in the Alps where he’s being pursued by the goons of a cult leader named Arthur Harrow. And don’t forget the jackals!
In Episode 2, “Summon the Suit,” Steven dives deeper into Marc’s history, bringing him face to face with the mysterious man in the reflection, a scarab, and Layla El-Faouly — Marc’s wife. Additionally, following the incident at the museum, Steven is questioned by the authorities who unfortunately work for Arthur Harrow. In order to escape, Steven is forced to “summon the suit”...even though it’s not exactly the proper suit for the situation.
In Episode 3, “The Friendly Type,” Marc is now in control of the body and heads to Cairo, hoping to stop Arthur Harrow before he locates Ammit’s tomb. After discovering that Layla has tagged along on the trip, too, Steven and Marc bicker about what’s right, what’s wrong, and who’s the best suited for each situation that comes their way.
In Episode 4, "The Tomb," Steven (and Marc) and Layla get closer to Ammit’s resting place, even with Arthur Harrow hot on their trail. After an unfortunate run-in with the pious leader, Steven's (and Marc’s) world completely changes.
In Episode 5, “Asylum,” Marc and Steven face their greatest challenge yet: death. As the two navigate the Duat, aided by Taweret, they’re forced to face their biggest fears and grapple with past choices.
In Episode 6, "Gods and Monsters," with Steven's sacrifice, Marc has arrived at the Field of Reeds with his Scales balanced and his heart full. However, he must decide to remain in eternal peace, or return to the world of the living to stop Harrow from releasing Ammit onto the world.
Discover brand new images from the episode in the gallery below!
Moon Knight stars Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, and May Calamawy. Mohamed Diab and the team of Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead directed the episodes. Jeremy Slater is the head writer, and Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Brad Winderbaum, Mohamed Diab, Jeremy Slater, and Oscar Isaac are the executive producers. Grant Curtis, Trevor Waterson, and Rebecca Kirsch serve as co-executive producers.
Moon Knight is now streaming on Disney+.
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