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Here’s What Kingpin Actor Says About Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow

Moon Knight is all the rage right now. The Disney Plus series is making waves and getting fans hooked. Just two episodes in, it has the world talking about it. The latest person to join the chatter is Vincent D’Onofrio. In a recent tweet, he praised Ethan Hawke’s Moon Knight villain, Arthur Harrow. Coming from a celebrated veteran, this praise raises the stock of the new series.

Steven Grant vs Marc Spector
Steven Grant vs Marc Spector

Vincent plays Wilson Fisk/Kingpin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He debuted as the character on the series Daredevil, which ran for three seasons. From 2015 to 2018. In it, Vincent’s role was praised by many and is regarded as one of the reasons for the series’s success.

Taking to Twitter, the on-screen villain praised “his pal” Hawke and expressed his love for the show. He went on to praise Isaac and Calamawy as well and appears to exist for episode 3! Check the Tweet:

About Moon Knight

The Kingpin has this to say about the Moon Knight
A still from Moon Knight

Moon Knight follows the protagonist Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac), who is a museum gift shop employee. Grant, together with mercenary Marc Spector, is a part of a Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) system. Steven discovers a pact between Marc and the Egyptian Moon God, Khonshu, whereby the latter use their body as his avatar. Their only hope for a release is to do the Moon God’s bidding. On the other hand, there is Arthur Harrow, a cult leader who is the antagonist. He is a front for the Egyptian Goddess Ammit and aims to resurrect her.

The show features adaptations of ancient Egyptian Gods like Khonshu and Ammit and is unique.

When and Where to Watch it

The Kingpin has this to say about the Moon Knight
Ethan Hawke as Arthur Harrow in the Moon Knight

Moon Knight’s Season 1 would have 6 episodes, airing every Wednesday on the streaming services Disney+.

Each episode lasts about 40-50 minutes.

Episode number 3 would air on April 13, 2022, at 3 a.m. Eastern Time.

Written by Angad Singh

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