In the absence of only one week for its world premiere exclusively in Disney +, Luna Luna , the new and expected series of Marvel Studios , share a new trailer entitled Protect. A new progress in which we see its protagonist totally unleTrailer Lunahed fighting against criminals and even fantTrailer Lunatic beings. To all this we must add some lTrailer Lunat minute statements from the scriptwriter of the series, Jeremy Slater , which warns of a level of violence never before seen in the UCM despite * not having R * . This is what Variety medium is collected through a recent interview.
Moon Knight: extreme violence without rating r
Thus, and thanks to this new Knight Trailer Luna that you can see leading this news, we can see Marvel’s watchman in full action, demonstrating some “advanced combat techniques against maneantes and even fantTrailer Lunatic beings. So much so, that Moon Knight is able to use his chest blades like throwing weapons and use his layer Trailer Luna an antibalable parapet. Of course Moon Knight promises Action and fight choreographies ** Apoteosics.
On the other hand, the scriptwriter of the series JEREMY SLATER hTrailer Luna offered an interview with Variety on the occTrailer Lunaion of the American premiere of the series and in which he hTrailer Luna advanced for the series a few levels of violence never before seen in Marvel Studios : “We are going to have the highest PG-13 rating we can. We are going to give people something to suffer, who are erice the skin. We have a violence that hTrailer Luna never been seen before in Marvel Studios. The study always supported this decision. They were great about it, “says the scriptwriter.
Even so, Slater says they know where the limits are and it will be a series that can see the whole family : “I think it is an appropriate series for all ages. That wTrailer Luna important for us. We did not want to do something that wTrailer Luna inaccessible for a large part of the UCM fans. We know that people see these series with their children and their families. That is quite important, “the scriptwriter concludes.