Many suits were made for Oscar Isaac’s Mr. Knight character in Moon Knight.
In Marvel Studios’ newest original series Moon Knight, Oscar Isaac portrays numerous complex identities, whether it’d be as Steven Grant or Marc Spector. When suited up in his superhero alter-ego, he is shown to have two different looks so far, one of them being as Mr. Knight.
Oscar Isaac’s Mr. Knight is shown to have a white tailored suit, which looks as good as you would expect on him. Given that the suit is white, and some action is heavily involved while wearing it, many suits were made for the production of Moon Knight.
Meghan Kasperlik, the costume designer for Moon Knight, revealed that a whopping 47 suits were created for Oscar Isaac to wear as Mr. Knight. She tells comicbook.com:
“If you see episode two, they film Mr. Knight at night in the streets of London. Cobblestone streets with a wet down, and there’s some little bit of action in there, and there are some things happening. In total, we had about 47 Mr. Knight suits.
All of them were made in-house by my team. I had amazing bespoke tailors and we had them for Oscar [Isaac] and his stunts. Because every time you put a knee down in the wet…the suit is white, so we had a little help from our visual effects friends…but yeah, we had a lot of suits.”
Here is the synopsis for Oscar Isaac’s Moon Knight:
The series follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee, who becomes plagued with blackouts and memories of another life. Steven discovers he has dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with mercenary Marc Spector. As Steven/Marc’s enemies converge upon them, they must navigate their complex identities while thrust into a deadly mystery among the powerful gods of Egypt.
Starring Oscar Isaac, May Calamawy, Karim El Hakim, F. Murray Abraham, and Ethan Hawke. The first four episodes of the new MCU series is now available to stream on Disney Plus, with new episodes dropping every Wednesday.
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