If It Was A Movie…Moon Knight

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In today’s post, Kevin McVicker takes a look at who he thinks would make a great Moon Knight cast.

Marc Spector/Steven Grant/Jake Lockley/Moon Knight – Joseph Gorden-Levitt

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We need someone to play a resurrected mercenary with schizophrenia. I can’t think of a single actor I’d rather see in that role than JGL.

Jean-Paul “Frenchie” DuChamp – Vincent Cassel

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Every role this actor has played I have immediately connected with on the appropriate level, whether I should love or hate them. I’d love to see him in the MCU, and nothing is better for this French actor than the role of Frenchie.

Marlene Alraune – Caity Lotz

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She has proven she is not adverse to roles from comic books and she can handle action if required.

Raoul Bushman – Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

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While he typically plays much more subdued characters, I think given the chance this actor could bring a memorable performance to this role.

Carson Knowles (Black Spectre) – Max Martini

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I like the idea of this character being older but still able to physically be intimidating.

Robert Markham (Morpheus) – Adam Brown
Although a relatively unknown actor, he definitely has the slender and gaunt look to pull this character off with just prosthetics.

Jack Russell – Oscar Issac

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Inside Llewyn Davis showed he had a soulful side as a struggling musician, Sucker Punch showed he had a beastly side as a burlesque owner and pimp, and Star Wars shows he doesn’t have an aversion to geek-based movies. I think he’d be perfect for the Werewolf by Night.

Khonshu – Gary Oldman

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Gary Oldman can play anything.

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