She also talks about what she’s most excited about for fans to see in ‘Hawkeye’
With the six-part Hawkeye series starting to stream on Disney + on November 24th, I recently got to talk to the executive producer Trinh Tran about the MCU series. During the interview, Tran talked about why the series is six episodes if they were aware of the fancasting of Hailee Steinfeld like Kate Bishop, which is why they decided to have Hawkeye take place during the holidays, what she’s most excited about for fans to see on the show, whether Marvel has figured out Kate Bishop’s future plans at MCU, and whether they’re prepared for people to want the Captain America musical in the first place. section. a real Broadway show.
As most of you know, Hawkeye takes place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, who saw Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) walk down a dark road to revenge in Asia after the dusting of his family under Blip. That, of course, was not the end of it, as Barton also saw his girlfriend Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) sacrifice themselves to attain the Soul Stone on the planet Vormir. The series incorporates both of these elements and introduces fan favorite Kate Bishop (Steinfeld) and also stars Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James, Alaqua Cox, along with a golden retriever named Jolt who appears as the fan-favorite character Lucky the Pizza Dog. Florence Pugh is also set to repeat her role as Yelena Belova from Black widow. Hawkeye was created by Jonathan Igla (Crazy Men). The series is produced by Tran, Rhys Thomas, Kevin Feige, and Jonathan Igla, with sections directed by Thomas and Bert and Bertie.
See what Trinh Tran had to say in the player above and below is exactly what we were talking about.
What is she most excited about people to see in Hawkeye series?
Were they aware of the fancasting of Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop?
Has Marvel figured out the upcoming plans for Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop at MCU?
Did they ever discuss making more or less than six episodes?
How long before fans start asking if the Captain America musical is a real commodity?
How did they decide to make the series take place during the holidays?
He also talks about what surprised him about working with Marvel.
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