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Everything Marvel fans need to know about the series

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Get excited about superhero stop, another Marvel series is due out later this year, and it’s about the bow and arrow of the arrow. Hawkeye.

So far, many of the details have remained very quiet — there is not even a trailer for us to sink our teeth into yet. But isn’t this period of speculation and guessing half the fun?

Here’s all we know about Hawkeye to date.

When and where can we see Hawkeye?

Of course, Marvel funds Disney + (but we had to say it just in case it was not obvious). The answer to when it will be released, however, is a frustratingly vague “end of 2021”. There is also a good chance that the episodes will be published weekly, as with Loki.

Who is on the cast?

Renner is confirmed to return as Hawkeye himself, and Florence Pugh plays Yelena Belova, but the rest of the cast will bring some fresh faces.

Hailee Steinfield (Dickinson) will play Kate Bishop, Hawkeye’s protégé, Vera Farmiga (The magician / Nuns) plays Eleanor Bishop, Alaqua Cox is cast as deaf superheroes and First Nations member by Cheyenne Nation, Maya Lopez (aka Echo), and Fra Fee plays a character named Kazi that we know nothing about yet. Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon and Brian d’Arcy James are also set to show up.

What is Hawkeye all about?

First things first, let’s talk about the plot. Details have so far been kept unclear, with Variety reports that it will be an “adventure series in which Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, will send the torch to Kate Bishop”. However, there are a few more possible tracks thanks to the graphics used in Hawkeye‘s credits, which Jeremy Renner shared from the San Diego Comic-Con in 2019 in this Instagram post.

If you’re a hardcore fan, you will realize that the credits are very similar to David Aja and Annie Wu’s drawings from 2012-2015 Hawkeye cartoon race – by the way, one of the most popular Marvel comics at the time. Fans speculate that this may mean that the plot also draws inspiration from the series.

Does it have anything to do with the Black Widow?

Warning: Black Widow spoilers ahead.

There’s a post-credits scene in Black widow (also available at Disney + for $ 34.99), where Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) approaches Pugh’s Yelena Belova at Natasha Romanoff’s grave, talks about revenge and shows a photo of Clint Barton.

Speculation is common that as Pugh plays the same character in Hawkeye, this character can be the main villain.

Can we at least have a look at some photos?

Like I said, there is no trailer available yet Hawkeye, but some funny photos from the set have been released and shared around on Twitter. Please enjoy:

And also:

We keep this post updated with all the latest news from Hawkeye, so check back soon!

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