Okay, I know, they're an odd pair to write an article about. Also, I know we all want to see Marc Spector have his own Netflix series, but that means he would be excluded from interacting with Marvel's biggest characters. Who doesn't want to see how Peter Parker or Tony Stark react to him? Plus, there's another reason why that's not probable.
Sadly, there are too many obstacles for the characters that make up Marvel Television to appear in the movies. The most we can hope for is a shout-out during the films. Also, She-Hulk would take a bit of CGI to work properly, and that makes her more suitable for the big screen. I'm just saying, it's either one or the other. (Marvel Studios = movies, Marvel Television = well, TV!)
Hence, why I included both of these characters in this article. They both are prominently featured on almost every list of Marvel characters that deserve television shows. Y'see, the general consensus is still the same: We need She-Hulk and Moon Knight in Marvel's MCU!
We will always need a Hulk in the Marvel Universe -- plus she retains her personality when transformed into a green Goliath! That makes her way more interesting than a rampaging Banner, albeit not as cool. Also, she's Bruce's cousin and who doesn't like a familial connection?
In the comics, she received a blood transfusion from Bruce, giving her powers. Personally, I'd just have Jennifer Walters be introduced with powers from the get-go. All we need is to hear that she was dying and Bruce saved her. And yes, there's one small problem: Would Bruce's MCU incarnation actually save her? Honestly, I tend to think not, but at the same time -- I kinda believe he would. It's curious.
In Marvel's Civil War II, she's dear friends with Captain Marvel (CW II is just the best example), therefore it makes sense to have Jen play Carol's best friend in Captain Marvel. She doesn't have to Hulk-out, but just having that character would be sweeter than Walter Payton scoring five touchdowns in the Sugar Bowl.
Fan Cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead
If I'm not mistaken, he was briefly mentioned by Sitwell in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. If that guy from Cairo was indeed Marc Spector, then Kevin Feige has already staked his claim into Moon Knight. He would be one of the most unique characters ever to appear in a superhero film. If you're up-to-date with Lemire's latest comic, then you know the possibilities are limitless with an adaption.
Unless Marvel chooses to release a solo movie starring Moon Knight, we're not going to get a comprehensive origin story. Honestly, I think Black Panther would be the best movie for confirmation that he exists within the MCU. Wakanda is somewhat close to Cairo, and it makes sense.
Now, I don't think Marc should actually appear in the movie, but have T'Challa tell someone that there's another suit out there made partly of Vibranium and some weapons to along with it that he gave to a friend (you never know). I don't want any of the spotlight taken away from Black Panther, so, he could appear later, or maybe in Phase Four.
I know, I'm open to suggestions to hear when you think he should appear! Lastly, if that guy from Cairo isn't, Marc Spector, then why the hell doesn't he have a Netflix show all ready?
Fan Cast: Robert Pattinson
Would I be upset if either one of them were to receive a television show? F*ck no. I said it before, the new Moon Knight comic would be an insane concept for a show. So would Jennifer Walter as an attorney, but Netflix already has one of those.
There are so many characters that we want to see before The Avengers fight Thanos to end Phase III; and sadly, we're probably going to be somewhat disappointed. She-Hulk would be amazing to see in action and would prove a vital member for The Avengers. Moon Knight would just be awesome! Unfortunately, only time will tell!