Marvel dropped, of course Knights of the Moon trailer the night before the first full moon of the year. When else would you release a preview of a show about a superhero who is the channel of an ancient Egyptian moon god? In the 2-minute clip, Oscar Isaac plays a gift shop employee named Steven who cannot see if he is awake or not. He chains himself to the bed and falls asleep by public transport. "Day 'N' Nite" by Kid Cudi (who happens to have a number of moon-related album titles) serves as the soundtrack to other scenes of Steven struggling to trust his own eyes.
It turns out that Steven is also Marc, a former soldier with dissociative identity disorder, whom he begins to realize after encountering a ringing phone. "There's chaos in you," says cult leader Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke). "Embrace the chaos." It does not seem that Isaac embraces the chaos so easily: we see pictures of him kicking glass, screaming and dropping a gun, which he is surprised to find himself holding. But eventually he turns into Moon Knight and beats someone in a bathroom. Knights of the Moon, a six-episode series that premieres at Disney + on March 30th.