The last episode of Moonlight Knight was recently released on Disney+, concluding Oscar Isaac’s MCU debut as Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and thanks to a post-credits scene, Jake Lockley. Following its predecessors like Loki and WandaVision, Moonlight Knight was largely considered a success by fans as well as critics. WandaVisionIn particular, it was so successful that it was nominated for 23 Emmy Awards. At the upcoming Emmys 2022, Moonlight Knight seems to be looking to get some nominations of its own.
WandaVision actually took home three coveted awards, making history when Marvel Studios won such an award for the first time. WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier were the only two Disney+ MCU series that qualified for the 2021 Emmys last year, so all the projects that came out after them, including Moonlight Knighthad to wait until this year to run a “For You to Consider” campaign.
Moon Knight Begins Emmy Campaign
Twitter users @OscarIsaacInfo recently shared a page from the latest issue of Variety Magazine that officially marks the beginning of Moonlight KnightEmmy’s nomination campaign.
New feature page Moonlight Knight The poster includes half the faces of both of Oscar Isaac’s main characters, Marc Spector and Steven Grant, in front of a white background with text at the bottom that says “For Your Emmy Award Review.”
Season 2 of the series has yet to be confirmed by Marvel Studios, which means it will most likely be campaigned in the limited series category alongside Hawk Eye. Loki would have to be nominated in the drama or comedy category due to the post-credits scene confirming that Tom Hiddleston will return as the character in season two.
This year’s Emmy Award nominations will be announced on July 12, 2022, ahead of the awards ceremony on September 12, 2022.
Will Moon Knight win an Emmy?
In a franchise that has spent more than a decade making blockbuster movies, there have been mixed opinions when it comes to the MCU’s Disney+ projects. For the most part, fan reception has been generally positive for pretty much every film up to this point.
Moonlight Knight It wouldn’t be difficult to get nominations in some of the technical categories that Marvel Studios has always done well, but Oscar Isaac really had a chance to not only be nominated for Best Actor, but also to be nominated. actually won the award. He dug deep into his bag of acting tricks to weed out three different characters by the time the show ended, and many fans confidently said his performance was the highlight of the show. programme.
May Calamawy and Ethan Hawke could also be shortlisted for Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress for their roles as Layla El-Faouly and Arthur Harrow respectively. As for the series as a whole, it’s likely it will be nominated in either a Limited Series or Featured Anthology, unless Marvel Studios confirms Season 2, which won’t allow it to be considered that type of project.
All episodes of Moonlight Knight available to stream on Disney+.
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