Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Adds Legendary Actor as Main Villain for Season 2

Edward James Olmos joins the second season of "Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" as the formidable Molecule Man, adding an electrifying presence to the series.
Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Season 2

Edward James Olmos has been cast as the main villain in the highly anticipated second season of Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur. Taking on the role of Molecule Man, Olmos brings his incredible talent to portray this powerful character with the ability to manipulate nonliving organic matter. Making his debut in the premiere episode, Molecule Man adds a thrilling dynamic to the series, creating a world of natural wonder that becomes a popular destination for beings across the multiverse.

As an existing Marvel character, Molecule Man’s presence in the show brings a rich comic book history to life. The creative team sought an actor with a commanding voice to face off against The Beyonder, voiced by Laurence Fishburne, and found the perfect fit in Edward James Olmos.

Edward James Olmos is Molecule Man

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Season 2

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Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is an action-packed, funny, and heartwarming series that follows the adventures of Lunella Lafayette, Marvel’s first African American teenage girl Super Hero, and her loyal companion, Devil Dinosaur. Together, they protect the Lower East Side of New York City from danger after Lunella accidentally brings the T-Rex into the present day. The series, based on Marvel’s popular comic books, has garnered praise for its diverse and engaging storytelling.

Led by the talented Diamond White as Lunella Lafayette (aka Moon Girl) and featuring an exceptional voice cast, including Fred Tatasciore as Devil Dinosaur, the show captures the essence of the beloved characters while delivering exciting and captivating episodes. With its renewal for a second season, fans can look forward to more thrilling adventures and the exploration of Lunella’s superhero journey. Executive-produced by Laurence Fishburne and Helen Sugland’s Cinema Gypsy Productions, and with the creative contributions of Steve Loter as an Emmy Award-winning executive producer, ensure this is a must-watch series for Marvel enthusiasts and fans of all ages.

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With the addition of Edward James Olmos as Molecule Man, the second season promises an intensified battle between good and evil. Olmos’s commanding presence and remarkable acting skills are sure to captivate audiences as he brings this iconic Marvel villain to life. As fans eagerly await the premiere of the new season, the anticipation for the clash between Molecule Man and Lunella grows. Be prepared for more exciting adventures, surprising twists, and the continued exploration of friendship, heroism, and the power of young superheroes in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur.

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Season 2 does not have a release date yet, but with Edward James Olmos joining the cast, we’re even more excited. Luckily Season 1 is available on Disney+!

About Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur

Release Date: Season 2 TBA
Executive producers: Laurence Fishburne; Helen Sugland; Steve Loter
Production companies: Disney Television Animation; Marvel Animation; Titmouse; Cinema Gypsy Productions
Composer: Raphael Saadiq
Cast: Diamond White, Fred Tatasciore, Alfre Woodard,Libe Barer, Sasheer Zamata, Jermaine Fowler, Gary Anthony Williams, Laurence Fishburne


Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur follows the adventures of 13-year-old super-genius Lunella Lafayette (aka Moon Girl) and her 10-ton T-Rex, Devil Dinosaur. After Lunella accidentally brings Devil Dinosaur into present-day New York City, the duo work together to protect the city’s Lower East Side from danger.

What do you think about Edward James Olmos joining Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur for Season 2? Do you think their showdowns will be more powers-based or intellect based? Have you watched Season 1? Let us know your thoughts and when you want Season 2 to start on social media!

Source: Disney

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