Oscar Isaac began his first solo song as host of Saturday Night Live with self-deprecation: "They actually asked me to host in 2015 but I said, 'No, I'm not ready. I want to wait until the epidemic. ' And they were, 'What epidemic?'

Star Wars and Dune actor Moon Knight quickly mentioned his excitement about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the star of a new Disney + television series. "It's a kind of full-circle moment," Isaac said, adding that he was in the first movie, The Avenger.

Isaac is cutting a video clip of the grainy house. "[The film's] arguably better than the real Avengers, and I made it for half the budget - just $ 110 million. But I took it really seriously হয়তো maybe a little too seriously. It's like this scene. "

"Now you're probably asking, Oscar, why are you using your monologue to show us old home videos? And the reason is, it's important to encourage kids to be weird," Isaac said. "Because every once in a while, one of those weirdos grows up to host SNL."

After Isaac rolls the final clip from his childhood vault, he ends his monologue on heartbreaking notes.

According to the official summary of Disney +, Moon Knight follows Steven Grant, a mild-mannered gift-shop employee who is obsessed with blackouts and other life memories. Steven discovers that he has a dissociative identity disorder and he shares a body with hired Mark Specter.