Hawkeye, the next series of Marvel Studios as part of the UCM for Disney+, the next one will be released November 24 on the popular streaming platform, a story that aims to close the circle of Clint Barton in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and pass the baton to the new Hawkeye, in this case, the young Kate Bishop. Now, new details of the series arrive, such as its duration, with a total of 6 episodes, or your christmas setting, which could give us clues about when it takes place within the UCM.
Premiere on Disney + November 24
Thus, and thanks to an article in TV Guide magazine (via Screen Rant) in which an interview with the producer of the series is offered Trinh TranWe know these and other plot details, such as a recurring Christmas setting that we already saw late last year while filming on location in New York City. “In this Christmas story set in snowy New York City, Clint Barton, also known as the heroic archer Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), offers a great gift by passing the bow and arrow to a new generation. Recipient: Kate Bishop (Hallee Steinfeld), a young warrior who worships the Avenger and he spent years training to be like him ”, details the description of the series.
On the other hand, the production company itself points out the following: “Kate is looking for ways to implement those skills. That’s when she meets Clint, who has no idea who she is and doesn’t really understand her obsession with him. ” In addition, and as said in the past, the Hawkeye series is very inspired by the homonymous comic by Matt Fraction and David Aja, focusing on the particular relationship teacher Student of Clint and Kate, with a personality “realistic, funny and full of Christmas spirit”According to Tran.
The stock is behind Avengers Endgame and the Hulk’s snap that brought half the universe wiped out by Thanos, including half the world’s population on Earth. “The city, in many ways, has recovered and continued to prosper, but the same cannot be said of all its citizens”, Concludes Tran in relation to the context of the series.
Source | Screen Rant