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We have the Hawkeye show in our sights as it is coming to Disney Plus. The only question is when Clint Barton lands on the streaming service. And while we mean this without offending Jeremy Renner, he’s not exactly the big reason we’re so excited.
Yes, as is the case with many heroes who survived Avengers: Endgame, Hawkeye is one of many Marvel superheroes rewarded with his own follow-up project in Phase 4 of the MCU. Simply titled Hawkeye, this series will focus on one of the character’s best careers, which took place in the comics.
That comic series featured a new Hawkeye-in-training: Kate Bishop (who will be played by Hailee Steinfeld).
Latest Hawkeye Program News (Updated Jul 21)
- A Marvel executive reaffirmed that Hawkeye is due out in 2021.
- Florence Pugh’s role as Yelena on the Hawkeye series has been further explained in the post-credits scene for Black Widow.
- Hawkeye has finished filming.
While the show will star the Hawkeye we know, expect the series to focus on a new Hawkeye. What does this change need? We assume that Clint Barton is ready to hang up his bow and arrow after the events of Endgame.
The other Disney Plus Phase 4 shows include the upcoming The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki. Currently, WandaVision has everyone looking for clues and dodging spoilers.
Hawkeye Show Release Date Window
We know Hawkeye is coming in 2021, as Marvel Studios’ executive vice president of film production confirmed that the series, and Ms. Marvel, are due at the end of the year (h / t Variety). We just don’t know when exactly. With that said, Jeremy Renner announced that Hawkeye ended in April, so there is no reason for the show to drop in 2022.
The next Marvel Disney Plus series is What If…? , the animated show due out on August 11, 2021. We assume Hawkeye will launch after that, but this gets complicated as Marvel likes to broadcast its movies and shows.
September has Shang-Chi, November has Eternals, and December has Spider-Man: No Way Home. This would leave Hawkeye and Ms. Marvel (who Alsonso also said will be coming this year) fighting for October, or some shows and movies sharing a month (which is far from impossible).
Cast and crew of Hawkeye show
Since Hawkeye somehow survived Avengers: Endgame (his sacrifice was appreciated, Black Widow), Jeremy Renner will reprise the role of Clint Barton, the arrow-shooting family man named Hawkeye.
Variety first reported that Hailee Steinfeld, the voice of Spider-Gwen in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, was in the running to play Kate Bishop, a role she won. In the critically beloved Matt Fraction comic series Hawkeye, Barton and Bishop go by the nickname Hawkeye, and Barton is the young Hawkeye’s mentor.
Actor Fra Fee confirmed on his instagram that he will play Kazi, also known as Kazimierz Kazimierczak, also known as the Clown. The clown is a mercenary who will chase Barton. The Clown is expected to work for Tracksuit Draculas (mob members whose place Barton takes over)
We assume that the actors who played Barton’s family, Linda Cardellini (who played Clint’s wife Laura) and Ben Sakamoto and Cade Woodward (who played Clint’s children Cooper and Nathaniel, respectively) may also appear.
Reported cast additions include Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez, aka Echo, who is best known for being connected to Daredevil. Zahn McClarnon will play William Lopez, Maya’s father.
Yes, Florence Pugh will be playing Yelena Belova in Hawkeye, but as the Black Widow post-credits scene explained, she’s not here to be nice to Natasha’s former teammate. She has been told that Barton is responsible for the death of Black Widow (which is not how we remember Vormir), by Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), who wants her to remove Hawkeye.
Hawkeye series plot
An initial report from Variety told us about Hawkeye’s plot. Hawkeye is said to focus on Clint Barton training Kate Bishop to replace him in the role of Hawkeye.
The series is rumored to also reveal more about Hawkeye’s time as Ronin, which we only saw briefly in Avengers: Endgame.
We got more proof of this recently, thanks to leaked set photos.
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Hawkeye series on Disney Plus: everything we know so far