Here’s everything we know about Disney+ “Hawkeye”.
The Hawkeye TV series was confirmed in April 2019 and confirmed on SDCC in July. The series will resume after the events of Avengers: Endgame, which included an emotional arc for Clint Barton.
Hawkeye was seriously injured at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, as his entire family disappeared during Thanos’ snap. At the beginning of the End game, Hawkeye developed as Ronin.
The Black Widow brought him back and worked once again with the Avengers to return all that was lost and defeat Thanos once and for all. As a result, Hawkeye was able to reconnect with his family at the end of the movie. But this was not the end of his story.
Jeremy Renner will return as Hawkeye!
During Marvel’s presentation at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Jeremy Renner confirmed that he would return as Hawkeye. He did not confirm the Ark of the Hawkeyes outside of Kate Bishop’s training. Those details can be revealed as soon as production begins, but we may see what Hawkeye wants to do with his life now, conveying the mantra.
Producer Trinh Tran has also revealed that the Disney + show will be in Clint’s backstory. Renner’s return was to replace him in the role of Hawkeye late last year despite a brief fan movement following accusations of fickle abuse.
Hawkeye: Release date
In August 2020, Hawkeye officially launched Disney + at SDCC 2019. The Hawkeye series is the final in a list of five Marvel shows originally announced for release on Disney Streamer, after the Falcons and the Winter Soldier in August 2020.
In April 2020, a rumor suggested that Hawkeye could be delayed until 2022, but there has been no official confirmation.