Oscar Isaac is the picture of casual at JFK Airport… amid chatter of Moon Knight follow up

Oscar Isaac has been riding high in the wake of his acclaimed performance in Moon Knight, which is apart of Phase Four of the wildly successful Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Just over a week after the sixth and final episode of the miniseries dropped on Disney+, the actor was spotted moments after his plane touched down at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City on Thursday. 

Having undergone intense martial arts-style training in the lead-up to his roles as Marc Spector/Moon Knight and Steven Grant/Mr. Knight, two alters of a man with dissociative identity disorder in Moon Knight, Isaac still looks to be in great shape.

In the Big Apple: Oscar Isaac, 43, is now in New York City after his plane touched down at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Thursday

Isaac (born Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada), 43, kept it casual in the fashion department dressed in black sweatpants and a denim jean jacket over a blue windbreaker coat and a black t-shirt.

He also donned a pair of black sneakers and had his salt-and-pepper colored hair cropped short, along with a well-manicured beard and mustache.

Leaning on the side of extra precautions amid COVID-19, Isaac was still wearing a protective mask over his mouth and nose when he stepped outside.

Keeping it casual for the ride: Isaac (born Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada) kept it casual in the fashion department dressed in black sweatpants and a denim jean jacket over a blue windbreaker coat and black t-shirt

Keeping it casual for the ride: Isaac (born Óscar Isaac Hernández Estrada) kept it casual in the fashion department dressed in black sweatpants and a denim jean jacket over a blue windbreaker coat and black t-shirt

It appears Isaac got into the best shape of his life, largely by way of martial arts-style training, for his role in Moon Knight, a six-episode miniseries that premiered on Disney+ on March 30.

To reach his attained goal, the Guatemala City, Guatemala native worked with a personal trainer, who also incorporated an assortment of other exercise routines, as well as a healthy meal plan, according to Man Of Many.

The series, which concluded on May 4, received positive reviews, with particular praise for Isaac’s and Ethan Hawke’s performances and the darker tone compared to previous MCU series.

Along with Isaac and Hawke (Arthur Harrow), the show also starred May Calamawy (Layla El-Faouly/Scarlet Scarab), Karim El Hakim and F. Murray Abraham (Khonshu), Ann Akinjirin (Bobbi Kennedy), David Ganly (Billy Fitzgerald), Khalid Abdalla (Selim), Gaspard Ulliel (Anton Mogart), Antonia Salib (Taweret), Fernanda Andrade (Wendy Spector), Rey Lucas (Elias Spector), Sofia Danu and Saba Mubarak (Ammit). 

Sacrifice: The Guatemala City, Guatemala native worked with a personal trainer and had a strict diet in his preparation for Moon Knight

Sacrifice: The Guatemala City, Guatemala native worked with a personal trainer and had a strict diet in his preparation for Moon Knight

Based on the Marvel Comics featuring the character of the same name, the big question following the finale episode of Moon Knight: will there be a second season?

Executive producer Mohamed Diab, who also directed four episodes, revealed to Deadline that there will be ‘an expansion’ one day.

‘We never discussed it being a season 2, but one day there’s going to be an expansion, but I don’t know how it’s going to look like,’ he explained.

‘Marvel doesn’t go with a conventional way, so even if they like the character and want to extend the world, it could be season 2, it could be a standalone film, or he can join another superhero’s journey.’

Duality: Along with his role as Marc Spector/Moon Knight in the new Disney+ miniseries, Isaac also plays Steven Grant/Mr. Knight, two alters of a man with dissociative identity disorder

Duality: Along with his role as Marc Spector/Moon Knight in the new Disney+ miniseries, Isaac also plays Steven Grant/Mr. Knight, two alters of a man with dissociative identity disorder

Phase Four of MCU: For Marvel's latest series, Isaac transforms into the sleepless Moon Knight

Phase Four of MCU: For Marvel’s latest series, Isaac transforms into the sleepless Moon Knight

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