‘Moon Knight’ Actor Reviews Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser

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Now that the very-highly-anticipated finale of the Marvel series Moon Knight has been released (along with yet another plot twist and a shocking post-credits scene that every Marvel fan is talking about), Moon Knight stars Oscar Isaac and May Calamwy spoke to D23 about their experiences with Marvel and Disney — and Oscar Isaac revealed his review of Disney’s new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser experience!


Oscar Isaac as Steven Grant and Marc Spector Credit: Marvel Studios

In a recent D23 podcast interview, Moon Knight actor Oscar Isaac was asked about his experience visiting the new (and expensive) Star Wars hotel known as the Halcyon.


Concept art for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Credit: Disney

Oscar Isaac said that the hotel, which is designed to give hardcore Star Wars fans an interactive experience like no other, is “such a weird thing”. “It’s like somewhere between a cruise and dinner theater and escape room and one of these interactive sleep no more dance spaces,” he elaborated. “It’s so wild”.


Oscar Isaac plays Steven Grant and Marc Spector and Ethan Hawke plays cult leader Arthur Harrow in ‘Moon Knight’ Credit: Disney /

Oscar Isaac (who plays Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and a certain someone else on Moon Knight) also said that the hotel “was really impressive [and that] what was impressive is that in some ways it’s even more realistic than a movie set, because in a movie set there’s some wall that’s not there where the cameras can go — but here, it was just like 360, everything’s there and real”.

This immersive new Disney hotel already sounded like a really “wild thing to see”, so we’re not surprised that Oscar Isaac (who actually had a big part in Star Wars films as Poe Dameron) described it as such! Have you watched Moon Knight, and are you interested in booking a trip onboard the Halcyon?

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Sharon is a writer and animal lover from New England. Sharon's two main focuses in her work are Disney's correlations with pop culture and the significance of Disney princesses (which was the basis for her college thesis). When she's not writing about Disney, Sharon spends her time singing, dancing, and cavorting with woodland creatures!

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