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Marvel Studios' Hawkeye series will hit Disney+ in November

By Tim Augustin - on 30 Jul 2021, 5:21pm

Marvel Studios' Hawkeye series will hit Disney+ in November

Image: Marvel Studios

Marvel takes aim. 

Marvel Studios have revealed a release date for Hawkeye, an upcoming Disney+ series with Jeremy Renner reprising his role as the titular Avenger. The series will debut on 24 November, 2021 - a month after What If…? ends its run on 13 October. 

We also got a first-look image from the show, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly:

Image: Marvel Studios via Entertainment Weekly

Hawkeye’s story follows Clint Barton as he runs into a younger archer named Kate Bishop, who just so happens to be a massive fan of the Avenger. Hailee Steinfeld plays Kate, who partners up with Clint in a Hawkeye comic run by Matt Fraction and David Aja, the story of which has heavily influenced this series. 

Renner spoke to Entertainment Weekly, describing Clint’s relationship with Kate in the series:

[Kate is] a 22-year-old kid and she's a big Hawkeye fan. She has a wonderfully annoying and equally charming manner about her, because she's such a fangirl of Hawkeye. The relationship grows from that, but the biggest problem for Clint is Kate Bishop and the onslaught of problems that she brings into his life.

It looks like Kate will make for quite the chaotic addition to Clint’s life, but she won’t be the only person making his life difficult. As a post-credits scene from Black Widow already teased, Florence Pugh will appear as Yelena Belova, seeking revenge for Natasha's death. Kate and Clint share the Hawkeye moniker in the comics, and a fun dynamic with one another too. Here’s hoping this series turns out well. 

Hawkeye will stream exclusively on Disney+. 

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