Hawkeye finally has a release date on Disney +. The series centered on the character played by Jeremy Renner, arrives on November 24 and should end a busy year for the house of ideas.
And 4! On the small and the big screen, the program of the house of ideas is loaded. As three feature films are announced in theaters in 2021, Marvel continues its platform-side efforts Disney+. After Wandavision, Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki, the firm will unveil its new series. Hawkeye, with Jeremy Renner in the title role, will land the November 24 on the platform.
Created by Jonathan Igla (Masters of Sex), this new production intends to explore the Hawk Eye heritage alongside Kate Bishop. It will undoubtedly be for the Avengers to pass the baton to a new superhero, and therefore to conclude his narrative arc. Kate Bishop, person of the comics, will be embodied by Hailee Steinfeld (Dickinson). Vera Farminga (Bates Motel) is expected to camp Eleanor Bishop, the mother of the girl.
A first image, with Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld, has also been shared by Entertainment Weekly.
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We will also find Florence Pugh, in the skin of Yelena Belova. As the Black Widow post-credit scene foretold, Natasha Romanoff's sister is expected to seek revenge on Hawkeye, after Valentina Allegra de Fontaine tells her he was responsible for the death of Black Widow. The character introduced by Falcon and The Winter Soldier could play a pivotal role in continuing the adventures of Marvel characters on the small and big screen.
As for Loki, this new series should be broadcast every Wednesday on the Disney + platform. At the rate of one episode per week, for 8 weeks, this production should logically end the year 2021 for the house of ideas. In 2022, we will logically find She-Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo in the cast.
In the meantime, Marvel will be broadcasting Marvel’s What if… ? from August 11 on the platform. The animated series will explore the far reaches of the multiverse and the alternate realities of our favorite characters.
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