Historical record in Marvel! The Oscar Isaac thing goes from brown to dark and establishes a practically unbeatable goal in the history of cinema.
Oscar Isaac has broken a historical record in Marvel. The actor made entertainment industry history with his role as the voice-over of Miguel O’Hara / Spider-Man 2099 in Sony Pictures’ latest animated film, Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse. A film that was released in theaters on June 2 and that is being a success among lovers of Spider-Man.
The prestigious Hollywood actor has thus become the first performer in history to give life to three different Marvel characters and separately. Some characters that, in addition, are protagonists. This record for Oscar Isaac comes after having previously starred in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) and the Moon Knight series (2022). Although he first played Spider-Man 2099 in Spider-Man: A New Universe (2018), he only appeared in that movie’s post-credits scene. He has now become the protagonist. And it is the third time that he gives life to a character from the House of Ideas.
The future in the MCU looks very good for Moon Knight
Although his time in X-Men: Apocalypse did not leave a good taste in his mouth, Oscar Isaac has been quite fond of his experience in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.. As well as her chance to voice an exciting new character in Sony’s Spider-Verse.
Now the big question is when exactly Oscar Isaac will find his way back to the big or small screen with Marvel. especially considering where are your two characters current in their respective histories. While rumors have pointed to Moon Knight being in line for a second season, there is nothing confirmed from the studio. And the story itself ended on a rocky note with Khonshu making good on his deal to leave Marc Spector for now.