Moon Knight spoilers follow.
Oscar Isaac has just reignited a debate about the possibility of more Moon Knight.
In Marvel's Moon Knight, an ongoing miniseries on the eponymous superhero with dissociative identity disorder, he took the double role (well, technically triple) of Steven Grant/Mark Spector earlier this year.
The producers of the series Mohamed Diab and Isaac hinted at a possible season two in a recent TikTok post.
Since yall have been asking #oscarisaac #mohameddiab #moonknight
"Is there a season two?" says TikTok user @hayaattiaaa in the video.
"Of Moon Knight?" Diab asks before the camera pans to reveal Isaac.
"Why would we rather be in Cairo than in Cairo?" the actor responds.
As a matter of fact, there hasn't been any official confirmation of a second season of Moon Knight yet.
Did Isaac and Diab, who directed four out of six episodes of the program, just indicate that there may be more to offer to viewers? Could it be that they were simply campaigning for a second installment? Only time will tell.
The series, which premiered in March this year, was created by Jeremy Slater, who starts off with Isaac pulling off his polarising British accent as soft-spoken gift-shop employee Steven Grant.
Steven learns about Mark Spector, a Jewish-American mercenary who is the avatar of Egyptian moon god Konshu (played by Karim El Hakim and voiced by F. Murray Abraham).
Ethan Hawke will play Arthur Harrow as the cult leader, May Calamawy as the archeologist and Mark's wife Layla El-Faouly, and the late Gaspard Ulliel in one of his last roles as Anton Mogart.
Moon Knight is now available on Disney+.