Disney + will host a new Marvel series next November. Entitled Hawkeye, it will focus on Clint Barton, the archer with devilish precision. The trailer has just been released.
You haven’t finished hearing about the MCU. Especially if you are a Disney + subscriber. On November 24, the Hawkeye miniseries will land on the platform. It will consist of six episodes and will give pride of place to the superhero Clint Barton, also known as Hawkeye (Oeil-de-faucon in French). Elite archer, he has already appeared in many MCU films like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War or even Avengers : Endgame.
Hawkeye will therefore be at the center of the mini-series that bears his name, the trailer of which we have just discovered. After the defeat of Thanos and the loss of his dear friend Black Widow, Clint would like to decompress with family. He thus promises his relatives to be present during the end of the year celebrations. ” You are everything to me. I want to make up for lost time ”. But his past suddenly resurfaces as an impersonator tracks down the Big Apple criminals. This will push him to go on an adventure again by putting on his costume again.
Read also >> Marvel: release dates, storylines, focus on upcoming MCU movies and series
Hawkeye to hand over to Kate Bishop
It is there that he will meet Kate Bishop, an admirer who also has a great talent for shooting arrows. Determined to pass the baton, our superhero will then support her and train her. As can be seen in the trailer, the plot will be loaded with action and wacky scenes. All in the magical Christmas atmosphere that lends itself so well to New York City.
As usual, a new episode should land every week on Disney +. So the entire program will be available at the end of December. The program seems perfectly suited to occupy your long winter evenings. Casting side, Kate Bishop will be played by Hailee Steinfeld. Unsurprisingly, Jeremy Renner will once again take on the role of the title. While waiting for the release, you can get a taste of it by taking a (hawkish) peek at the trailer: