Not only Loki and Scarlet Witch have a solo series. After the premiere of “Avengers: Endgame”, Marvel Studios revealed that it had plans for the development of parallel stories in the Avengers Cinematic Universe. For this purpose, they would rely on the new Disney Plus streaming platform.
At this time, the broadcast of the first seasons of the first series has already closed: “WandaVision”, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and Loki. In turn, they are preparing the premiere of other animated series such as “What if …?”
Among the heroes who have not yet closed their participation in the MCU is Hawkeye. In Vormir’s mission, the agent lost his partner (Black Widow) so now he will look for a successor.
The “Hawkeye” series will premiere on November 24 on the brand’s mouse platform. Until then, the production company will share some previews of this new adventure.
The Entertainment Weekly medium has had access to the first visual material of the series. Actress Hailee Steinfeld, in her Kate Bishop costume, can be seen talking to Clint Barton, a character played by actor Jeremy Renner.
Will it be another police series like “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”? Recall that the aforementioned production served to introduce the new Captain America: Sam Wilson.
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Matt Damon talks about his “secret” role in “Thor Love and Thunder”
“I don’t know if it’s a secret or not, although everyone knows it,” Damon explained about it. “I went there to record. I think they figured it out, because the paparazzi took photos of us so they would know what we were doing. We were repeating a cameo that we, that Luke Hemsworth and I did in the last production. And we had a lot of fun, so Taika [Waititi] He called us to go over that joke and improve it a bit, “he concluded.
Let’s remember that Loki impersonated his father’s identity to take the throne of Asgard; basically, he dedicated himself to organizing parties and plays about his apparent death and making fun of his brother’s name.