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|Moon Knight - Season 1
||Jeremy Slater (Showrunner) |
Mohamed Diab, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead (Directors)
|No. of Episodes
|Marc Spector/Steven Grant/Moon Knight/Mr. Knight/Jake Lockley
|Layla El-Faouly/Scarlet Scarab
||Karim El-Hakim (on-set) |
F. Murray Abraham (voice)
||Sofia Danu (on-set) |
Saba Mubarak (voice)
In the first season, museum worker Steven Grant, suffering from dissociative disorder, receives superpowers from his second personality in the person of the brutal mercenary Marc Spector. After accidentally possessing a body during one of his missions, Steven puts himself in danger by stealing a valuable artifact from the loyal zealot of Ammit and cult leader Arthur Harrow. Now that Steven is being searched all over the world, he, along with Marc and the Egyptian God of the Moon Khonshu, is obliged by any means to stop the revival of Ammit.
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Moon Knight:
At least three Mogart's security guards are armed with Beretta 92FS pistols during the battle at Anton Mogart's Estate in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). Layla (May Calamawy) picks up her gun from the ground and continues firing. The Beretta 92FS also appear as the Egyptian Patrol Agency's secondary service weapons in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Beretta is only seen on the far left guard.
One of them gets a crescent dart in the body and falls.
The man aims at the Moon Knight, not noticing that a dart is flying at him.
A very beautiful shot with a pistol lies on the ground.
In "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) the pistol is visible in the guard's belt holster in the background.
Protruding pistol grips are seen on some of them.
The head guard (Hazem Elessawy) pulls a pistol from the holster during the arrest. It's barely visible on the right.
He takes aim at the people getting out of the car.
Another guard (Ahmed Said) holds a gun while his soul is separated from his body due to Ammit's staff.
Beretta 92FS Inox
In Marc Spector's self-storage room in "Summon the Suit" (S1E02), Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) finds a Beretta 92FS Inox in the mercenary's bag and puts it aside.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm Parabellum
Steven pulls the Beretta pistol out of Marc's bag.
Close-up of the gun on the bunk.
Colt Government Model
Anton Mogart's head of security named Bek (Loic Mabanza) uses a stainless Colt Government Model pistol as a personal weapon in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). Marc (Oscar Isaac) quickly disarms him, taking the gun, but after Layla's request, he returns it to the owner. The pistol drops and is no longer used during the battle at Mogart's estate.
Stainless Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Marc immediately knocks the gun out of Bek's hands.
Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac
) holds Bek's Colt when the meeting broke down. Note the Colt markings.
After returning the gun, Bek (Loic Mabanza
) immediately takes aim at him again. Note the "Colt Government Model" inscription.
Desert Eagle Mark I
One of Harrow's cultists carries what appears to be an Desert Eagle Mark I in a holster at the beginning of "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). The holstered pistol appears again in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) while its owner retrieves the weapon from the dead Patrol Agency guards.
Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
In "The Friendly Type" (S1E03) a woman with a gun walks in the center.
After massacring the guards at the checkpoint in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06), a woman picks up the gun of one of the victims.
Three members of Arthur Harrow's cult are armed with Glock 17 pistols while chasing Steven Grant in the Alps in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01). Some of Mogart's security guards are armed with Glock 17 pistols in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy) picks up the gun from the ground and attacks the guards. During a flashback in "Asylum" (S1E05), an injured Marc (Oscar Isaac) attempts to shoot himself after the massacre at Khonshu's Temple. Three of Arthur's acolytes use pistols in the battle of Cairo in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
In "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01) the cultist starts shooting with his Glock 17 when the car catches up with the van.
On the other side, the situation is no better - again an armed cultist is about to open fire.
The two remaining cultists get out of the car, holding Steven at gunpoint.
Two guards hold Layla at gunpoint during the confrontation in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03).
One of them (Kristóf Nagy) holds the Glock while Layla tries to negotiate with Anton.
Another guard is surprised when Marc suddenly disappears.
Layla El-Faouly (May Calamawy
) picks up the Glock 17
from a dead guard and fires several shots into the crowd of others guards.
After the shot, the slide moves back.
The Glock is visible on the left in the hands when a new wave of guards enters the battle.
Another man with a gun falls, impaled by Moon Knight's blade.
An injured Marc decides to shoot himself with a Glock 17 in one of the flashbacks in "Asylum" (S1E05).
But upon hearing Khonshu's voice, the mercenary lowers his gun.
During the fight in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06), a cultist tries to shoot Mr. Knight, but fails to do so.
One of them opens fire on Layla, but she hides behind the bulletproof wings of her suit.
After the massacre of the rest of the disciples, the gun of one of them lies on the ground in the background.
In "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01), Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), having again taken possession of Steven's body, takes a Glock 19 from one of the attackers and cracks down on one car. However, after returning the body, Steven, who is actually not a very good fighter, simply throws the gun at the enemy car, much to Khonshu's (voiced by F. Murray Abraham) surprise. Bobbi Kennedy (Ann Akinjirin), one of Harrow's main cultists, uses what appears to be a Glock 19 in Alexander the Great's Tomb in "The Tomb" (S1E04). She continues to use the gun in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Returning the body to himself, Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac
) notices that he rides backward and again holds the Glock 19 in his hand with the intent to shoot.
Without thinking of anything better, he just throws a gun at the windshield without causing any damage.
Bobbi holds the Glock in the background in "The Tomb" (S1E04).
She stands with a gun behind Arthur.
Bobbi Kennedy (Ann Akinjirin
) takes aim with a pistol when the fight starts.
The gun is briefly seen in her hands in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06), after the release of Ammit.
Glock 19 (Prop)
In "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01), a cultist (James Bomalick) with a prop Glock 19 jumps into a cake van stolen by Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac) but loses the gun after a brief fight. After that, Marc Spector, who takes possession of Steven's body, quickly kills several cultists before Steven returns to his senses and drops the gun in shock. Marc Spector, having again taken possession of Steven's body, has the gun in his hand to crack down on one car, however after returning the body to Steven, who is actually not a very good fighter, simply throws the gun at the enemy car, much to Khonshu's (voiced by F. Murray Abraham) surprise. It is a prop gun used in this scene due to the stunt performance and proximity to Oscar Isaac's face.
One of the pursuers (James Bomalick) jumps from car to car and gets inside the van holding a Glock 19.
The gun can be seen during the fight between Steven and the cultist.
The pistol is seen at the far right during the altercation. Note the extractor and slide lock.
In this shot, it is clearly seen that this is a non-firing replica.
Coming back to his senses, Steven is unaware he's holding a gun as he discovers that no car with the gunner aiming at him a second ago is gone.
Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac
) is very surprised to find a gun in his hand and immediately drops it on the floor. This is a third-generation Glock 19 as the frame rail seen is closer to the barrel and has a shorter slide than the standard Glock 17.
Smith & Wesson M&P9
At least two Mogart's security guards are armed with a Smith & Wesson M&P9 during the fight with the Moon Knight in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). One of Arthur Harrow's cultists also uses the gun during the battle of Cairo in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Smith & Wesson M&P9 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The man shoots Marc a second before he hits...
Close-up of a pistol before strike.
The gun lies on the ground next to the dead owner after a third person intervenes in the battle in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Webley .455 Mk VI
Unable to convince Marc Spector in "The Tomb" (S1E04), Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke) snatches a Webley .455 Mk VI from the cultist and shoots the mercenary.
Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke
) shoots Marс with a cultist pistol.
Without stopping after the first shot, he shoots again.
Many Mogart's security guards are armed with unrecognizable pistols in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03).
Lined up in a line, guards attack, shooting as they go.
One of Mogart's security guards is armed with an unknown pistol in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). In "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) one of Harrow's cultists holds an unknown revolver in front of the entrances to the Great Pyramid of Giza.
A wounded guard falls with an unknown pistol.
A woman with a revolver stands behind Arthur in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
The revolver is barely visible in her hands when she and the others go inside.
Unknown Beretta Pistol
In the post-credits scene in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06), the third person in Mark's body, namely Jake Lockley (Oscar Isaac), assassinates Arthur Harrow by firing from a silenced Beretta pistol.
Suddenly, Khonshu's new avatar is revealed to be Jake Lockley, who reveals his identity to Arthur.
But immediately after, he shoots Harrow, killing Ammit in his body, which neither Marc nor Steven could do.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Several members of Arthur Harrow's cult are armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01). The two of them pursue Steven in the Austrian Alps until he hides in a local town. Several guards with MP5s walk the streets of the town, including Arthur's chief henchman (Gabor Szeman).
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with a Navy Trigger Group - 9x19mm Parabellum
Two cultists open fire on Steven from the window of the castle in his dream in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01).
The gunner leads the pursuit with the MP5A2 in his hands, reporting on the movements of the target.
Steven barely manages to hide before two armed cultists in an alleyway spot him.
A group of soldiers looking for Grant.
The chief henchman (Gabor Szeman
) continues to search for Steven in the crowd while Arthur executes an elderly woman (Gabriella Csizmadia) for her sins.
He informs his leader of Grant's escape.
He stands with the MP5 when Arthur talks with Steven.
A chief cultist accompanies the captured Grant.
Pulling up to the side window of the van, an armed cultist takes aim at Steven with the MP5.
One of Harrow's followers is armed with a MP40 at the beginning of "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). He also continues to use the submachine gun in Alexander the Great's Tomb in "The Tomb" (S1E04). At least two of them use the guns in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) as well.
MP40 with brown bakelite lower receiver - 9x19mm Parabellum
He walks in the convoy with the MP40 in his hands in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03).
A slightly higher quality look.
The cultist enters the room, holding MP40 at the ready in "The Tomb" (S1E04).
The gun is marked with the second arrow.
Two disciples kneel before Ammit's ushabti at the beginning of "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
They stand behind Arthur.
The gunman in the Pyramid does not even suspect that Layla stands next to him.
The masked Harrow's follower walks towards Moon Knight with an MP40 in his hands.
Layla (or it would be more logical to call her now Scarlet Scarab) knocks out a cultist with the submachine gun.
At least two disciples of Ammit are armed with what appears to be an AK-47 during the search for her tomb at the beginning of "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). Most of the cultists in Alexander the Great's Tomb are also armed with AK-47 in "The Tomb" (S1E04). They continue to use it in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06). Egyptian Patrol Agency guards on the roadblock are also armed with AK-47 (or its Egyptian clones). They stop a convoy of remaining cult followers and order everyone out of their vehicles until Arthur executes them with the Staff of Ammit. Bobbi Kennedy (Ann Akinjirin) is also seen holding the AK-47 at the foot of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Both cultists stand with AKs in the background in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03).
The disciples burst into the main room with the sarcophagus in "The Tomb" (S1E04).
Marc finds himself in a difficult position, being under the guns of seven people with AKs.
The disciple to Arthur's left aims the AK at Marc.
A gunman with what appears to be an AK-47 in the sarcophagus room in "The Tomb" (S1E04) (arrow one).
One of them approaches Marc. Note the buttstock base.
But the mercenary, despite Arthur's numerical superiority, attacks him.
They kneel before Ammit's ushabti at the beginning of "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Harrow's convoy approaches the checkpoint.
Guards with AK-47s wait for the cars to stop.
The man orders to stay in the car, holding the gun at the ready.
The lifeless body falls to the ground, still holding the AK in its hands.
Bobbi (far left) and a few other gunmen hold guns in front of the entrance to the Pyramid.
Mr. Knight knocks down two cultists whose AKs had been sliced before.
Moon Knight in a jump throws two Crescent Darts at enemies in different directions.
Detailed look at the stock and receiver in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06). Note the no stock base.
The guard with a gun pointed at Bobbi.
two more guards hold AK-47s during Arthur's showdown.
A close-up of the cultist's gun as Harrow's group climbs into the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The disciple (far left) shoots the Scarlet Scarab with the AK-47.
One of the cultists (Alex Martin) is armed with an AKS-47 while searching for Ammit's lost tomb at the beginning of "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). He continues to carry it in Alexander the Great's Tomb in "The Tomb" (S1E04) and later in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06), during a raid on the Great Pyramid of Giza.
AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
A production still of Arthur Harrow and others disciples of Ammit in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
In "The Friendly Type" (S1E03) a man with a gun in his hands is visible in the background (marked with a red arrow).
The disciple (Alex Martin) to Arthur's right holds the AKS-47 with folded stock in "The Tomb" (S1E04).
He enters the Pyramid with the gun in his hands in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06).
Disciple of Ammit is armed with a AMD-65 during excavations in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03). The gun is also briefly seen in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) when the remaining acolytes enter the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The barrel with a flashhider is seen on the left.
The disciple with the AMD-65 in "The Friendly Type" (S1E03).
Note the grip and barrel.
In "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06) the stock is seen behind the woman.
Another cultist in the Austrian town in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01) is armed with AR-15 rifle.
A man in the background walks around with a rifle while Steven hides in the crowd.
He also witnesses the execution of an elderly woman (Gabriella Csizmadia).
A cultist in the background watches Arthur and Steven.
One of the Egyptian Patrol Agency guards on the roadblock is armed with what appears to be an Maadi ARM in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06). One of the disciples holds the same gun during the raid on the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The smaller front sight and AKM-style compensator are seen in the background at the moment when Harrow executes all the guards.
Now the gun is seen in the hands of a cultist. Apparently, it was taken after the murder of the former owner.
The remaining cultists before the start of the battle of Cairo. One of them has a machine gun on the left.
Falling to the ground, Mark notices that Layla is being attacked by several enemies at once.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
An armed cultist emerges from an alleyway, with a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun in his hands, looking for Steven Grant in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01).
Side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge
Steven notices another approaching enemy.
One Egyptian Patrol Agency guard (Kimo Rady) is armed with a Mossberg 500 in "Gods and Monsters" (S1E06). During a conflict with Harrow's convoy, he points a weapon at Arthur, only to be dropped to the ground a second later, subjected to Ammit's judgment. When the cultists collect the weapons of the dead soldiers, his gun is seen lying on the ground, for some reason divided into two parts.
Mossberg 500 "Persuader" - 12 gauge.
A guard with a shotgun stands on the right, waiting for the cars to stop.
He approaches the car, pointing the gun at Arthur.
Note the handguard and connecter.
The man, not listening to Arthur's explanation, waits for an order.
The Patrol Agency guard (Kimo Rady
) holds the Mossberg, aiming at Arthur.
After the execution of colleagues, the guard drops the gun, which for some reason breaks into two parts.
Mossberg 500 Field Gun
Harrow's cultist is armed with what appears to be a Mossberg 500 Field Gun in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01).
Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 gauge
A man with a gun is seen in the background.
One of Arthur Harrow's cult followers holds a Over-Under Shotgun during the search for Steven Grant in "The Goldfish Problem" (S1E01).
Browning 5.25 O/U - 12 gauge
Armed cultists continue to search for Steven during Arthur's address to the flock.
He stands almost behind Steven but still doesn't find him.
A Browning M2HB machine gun is mounted on the car of two disciples who chases Marc and Layla at the beginning of "The Tomb" (S1E04). When Layla throws a flare at a box of ammo, it causes an explosion.
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
A jeep with a machine gunner looks for Layla, who hid in the car.
Close-up of the machine gun as the cultists approach Layla's jeep.
A destroyed pickup truck with a machine gun after the explosion of cartridges.