Moon Knight’s Oscar Isaac Delivers a Hilarious Monologue at Saturday Night Live, Watch

Oscar Isaac has been offering us one big title after the other with Moon Knight being his latest release. Making his big debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the actor plays the titular character in this miniseries created by Death Note’s Jeremy Slater. The series is the sixth instalment in the MCU’s television releases and flaunts a cast that includes Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy, alongside Isaac.

The upcoming series is centred around the Marvel Comics character Marc Spector aka Moon Knight, who is a mercenary suffering from dissociative identity disorder that leads him to live a double life- one where he is an ordinary human being and, in another he seeks out to implement justice on the world. Being a part of the MCU phase 4 releases, the series is scheduled to release this month which brings Oscar Isaac to the stage of the acclaimed show Saturday Night Live.

In his debut SNL monologue, Oscar Isaac offered a hilarious yet impactful performance. The Scenes from a Marriage actor revealed that the first film where he starred was called The Avenger, which isn’t the blockbuster hit The Avengers that we know of but, a film that Isaac directed, wrote and starred in when he was 10 years old. About his role in the childhood project, Isaac said, “I play a ninja assassin training to fight his nemesis.” The clip from this project was then played live on SNL!

Oscar Isaac’s SNL Monologue

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The clip did send laughter down everyone’s spine but, it also had some valuable messages from the actor at the end. Isaac took the stage to end his monologue by asking everyone to encourage kids to be weirdos because you never know where it might land them in life.

Moon Knight Trailer

The series is releasing on Disney+ Hotstar on March 30, 2022.

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