Marvel Studios shared the trailer of the highly anticipated miniseries "Moon Knight" via Twitter on Sunday. It features Oscar Isaac, who can be seen in the clip flaunting his cape, which looks like a crescent moon whenever he is in the air.

The trailer starts with Isaac's character, Moon Knight, struggling to differentiate between dreams and reality. Ethan Hawke, who portrays Arthur Harrow in the show, then tells him: "It must be very difficult, the voices in your head."

"There's chaos in you. Embrace it," Hawke's character adds.

Moon Knight can be seen in the next scene jumping from a height then flying toward a bunch of men firing at him. Before landing on the ground, his cape's impressive crescent shape is revealed.

In the last scene, the masked vigilante catches one of his popular weapons, the crescent dart, which previously appeared in Marvel comic books.

"See the all-new Big Game TV Spot for Marvel Studios' #MoonKnight _ , an Original series streaming March 30, only on @DisneyPlus," Marvel Studios captioned the trailer.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to the clip.

One of them shared a screenshot of the scene showing the cape's transformation.

Another fan commented, "Moon Knight is so promising, I'm very excited with this Disney+ series, can't wait for March 30!

"Excited to see Moon Knight on screen finally, this has been looking good so far!" a Twitter user wrote. "Definitely one of my most anticipated mcu projects. Also wow the crescent cape is just..."

Moon Knight's character was first introduced in the 1975 comic book "Werewolf by Night #32," which was penned by Doug Moench and Don Perlin.

The pilot episode of "Moon Knight" will premiere on Disney+ on March 30. The series also stars Gaspard Ulliel, May Calamawy and Lucy Thackeray.

Marvel Studios previously launched some popular series on Disney+, including "WandaVision," "Loki," "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" and "Hawkeye." This year, it is set to release more exciting content on the platform, such as "Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse," "She-Hulk," "Ms. Marvel" and "Secret Invasion."

The excitement doesn't end here, however, as the production company is also expected to drop "I Am Groot" and "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special" by the end of 2022.

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The first trailer of "Star Wars: Episode 9" is expected at the Celebrations event. In Picture: Oscar Isaac attends the 'Triple Frontier' World Premiere at Jazz at Lincoln Center on March 03, 2019 in New York City. Getty Images/ Noam Galai