The ending of “Moon Knight” could have been different. According to the director of the last episode, Muhammad Diabthe Disney Plus series had an alternate ending for the story of Marc SpectorOscar Isaaca man with a dissociative identity disorder who tries to understand his identities and is involved in a conflict that has to do with Egyptian mythology, as he must prevent Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) from freeing Ammit, a perverse and evil goddess who just wants to destroy the world.
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Another final action sequence
Muhammad Diabdirector of the end of Moon Knight, He recently spoke with Comic Book and stated that the conclusion of the Marvel Studios series was going to be totally different from what we saw. Although the original plan presented the final events in one place, Diab said that he wanted to present much more of Cairo.
“I remember the way the entire finale action sequence was written was completely inside the gods’ chamber. However, we wanted to show Cairo at night. We wanted to see something outside and that’s why everything was developed again. The entire team contributed to this. It’s very difficult to take credit for a decision made with Moon Knight, because we’ve all contributed to Marvel. I don’t remember who said it, but I loved the idea. I loved that people saw in episode 3 Cairo by day and how different the perspective is for people who know the desert, and also how it looks at night. It is another beauty. I loved that”, said the director about it.
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More details of the filming of the ending
Diab also elaborated on the filming process, which was challenging due to the co-existence of real and CG characters, as well as the stark contrast in size of humans to gods. “Like all the other action sequences, we drew it with a fantastic artist and then got a first look at it with a preview. Then you shoot it exactly how you envisioned it,” said Diab. “So it’s like three or four processes, and you keep running it on preview and stuff until you know exactly what you want to do and sometimes refine it on the spot,” the Marvel director said.
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