– by Emmanuel Gomez

With Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Infinity War out this week, bringing together years and years of films, it’s a good time to think about some of other Marvel characters we would love to see on the big screen. With how vast the catalog of characters that they can pull from, especially with the chance of the X-Men and Fantastic Four being available soon, it would be very easy to see some get pushed aside.

One character in particular that fans have consistently requested is Mark Spector aka Moon Knight. At one point there had been rumors of him possibly heading to Netflix. Also there may have been some possible teases of him in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. But other than that Marvel Studios hasn’t done anything with the character.

During a press junket for Avengers: Infinity War ScreenRant had the opportunity to talk with the chief at Marvel Studios Kevin Feige. They took this opportunity to ask hi about the possibilities of Moon Knight in the MCU. This was what he had to say:

“Yes. Does that mean five years from now, 10 years from now, 15 years from now? There are stacks of character cards that we have in our, in our development offices, which we look at. Which we pull for him, which we discussed.”

Kudos for Feige for a middle of the road answer as he didn’t know, but also letting fans know not to hold their breath. As a fan of the character with multiple personalities, I would love to see Spector on the big screen or television. But for the moment there are no reports anywhere that suggest that Moon Knight is being actively developed for Marvel Studios. There is always hope especially with properties like Cloak and Dagger, The Runaways and Peggy Carter making their way to television. Why not Moon Knight?

Would you like to see Marvel Studios develop Moon Knight? Let us know in the comment section below!

Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War invades theaters this Friday, April 27.


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Source: ScreenRant