We finally have some concrete information on the creative team working on Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight series (working title Good Faith) for Disney+.
The hero is ostensibly Marc Spector, a mercenary who has numerous after egos – cabbie Jake Lockley and millionaire playboy Steven Grant – in order to better fight the criminal underworld. But later he was established as being a conduit for the Egyptian moon god Khonshu. Most recently, he was a consultant who dresses in all-white and goes by the name Mr. Knight.
TheHollywoodReporter has revealed that Jeremy Slater, who wrote the latest Fantastic Four incarnation and co-created the Umbrella Company series will be leading the show’s writing team.
Well, we’re betting on something weird judging from the man just tasked to lead the show’s writing team: Jeremy Slater, who co-created Netflix’s adaptation of Dark Horse comic Umbrella Academy.
Rumors have suggested that one of the villains will be Stained Glass Scarlet and Marvel is looking for a Jewish actor with Israeli heritage.
Marvel/Disney has yet to reveal when the series will begin airing on the streaming service along with who will be directing it.
This at least proves that Marvel Studios is willing to work with people that are connected to that Fantastic Four reboot, which was produced by Matthew Vaughn.
Vaughn has openly talked about his desire to tackle a 1960s-set Fantastic Four film.
SOURCE: THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER