All ‘Hawkeye’ Posters, Trailers And TV Spots Released So Far

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Hawkeye, the newest Disney+ Marvel show is all set to debut TOMORROW with first two episodes, exclusively on Disney+, and for final preparation before we get our hands, or eyes, on this long anticipated project, we assembled every trailer and tv spot revealed so far. Many of them have just recycled the footage we saw in the main trailer, but you know how Marvel works, they need to remind us every other day when a new project is closing in. Like we could forget. 😉

Jeremy Renner debuted as Clint Barton/Hawkeye in the 2011 movie Thor. He returned in The Avengers a year later, and after that showed up in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Endgame. After saving the universe and bringing back his family, Barton decided that now it’s time for a real retirement. He already tired that in Captain America: Civil War, but he retired for, what, like 5 minutes and to it all went s**t. His words, not mine.

Now, Barton’s newest mission seems simple – spend the Holidays with his family. But, you know how they say, you can escape from superhero life, but superhero life can’t escape from you. Soon, a young master archer Kate Bishop will show up, and once Clint’s enemies he made from his time as Ronin reemerge, this Holiday season will be everything but cheerful. Also, blaming Clint for Natasha’s death in Endgame, Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova returns for revenge. Who’s gonna explain her?

Hailee Steinfeld is debuting as Kate Bishop, a young master archer who is apparently set to continue the path of Hawkeye once Barton hangs up bow and arrow for good. It is known that Hailee has the future in MCU, but it’s unknown for sure if Renner will leave the franchise for good after this show, which is very likely, or there are some plans for his eventual return post-Hawkeye. Alaqua Cox will debut in the show as Echo, a character who is already set for her standalone spin-off show on Disney+. Echo series was confirmed by Marvel earlier this month.

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