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Avengers: Infinity War Writer On Why Moon Knight Is A Hard Character To Adapt

Marvel Studios has already adapted a ridiculous number of characters to the big screen over the past decade of filmmaking. And yet, there are still countless more that they can pull from their decades-long history of comics. With the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s third Phase coming to an end, the path is opening up for new characters to leave their mark on audiences. But who could be next?

Avengers: Infinity War screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely recently dropped by the latest episode of Fat Man on Batman, and were asked about potential characters that could be brought to the big screen. Here’s what Markus had to say:

“Somebody should make a really good Moon Knight movie, but it’s complicated. It’s because he got really good later. At the beginning he was kinda good but also kinda cheesy, and then later on he got kinda awesome, but the awesome part kind of needs the cheesy part to make sense. So it gets very convoluted very quickly.”

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Moon Knight getting referenced by one of the more celebrated screenwriters of the MCU will definitely get some fans excited, but his concerns can’t be overlooked — and they’re coming from one of the guys who was able to adapt Captain America for modern audiences.

What do you think of the possibility of Moon Knight making it to the big screen, and do you share Markus’ concerns? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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SOURCE: Fat Man on Batman

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