Marvel Hawkeye Disney + Bande ad Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld – .

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Marvel Hawkeye Disney + Bande ad Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld – .


Jeremy Renner's Clint Barton recovers by tying and placing several packets of frozen food on his body, before putting one on his forehead, in a scene from Hawkeye.

I’ll need a few more frozen drink mixes by New Years’s, Clint.
Screenshot: Marvel Studios

What could be more Christmas than tickets to a Broadway show, LARP family events or same a new friend to meet? The chance to shoot explosive arrows at trucks full of henchmen to hit you, of course.

Marvel at lots a short new trailer for his next Hawk Eye team-up series, which will pair Jeremy Renner’s seasoned Avenger Clint Barton with newcomer Hailee Steinfeld, supposedly young Avenger Kate Bishop. The show takes place over a vacation period in New York City that of Classes Clint promises it will be the best Christmas ever after all of this, you know, “sorry I went cosplaying to murder Japanese gangsters after you all had the apocalypse” Avengers: Endgame. But understandably, it can’t be the best Christmas ever if, instead of LARP events and Broadway reenactments of the original Avengers movie battle for New York, Clint got beaten up by a gang of mysterious thugs as he found himself introduced to the young woman who would really like to be at least his pupil in the ways of the arc, if not outright his replacement as a vengeful archer.

There’s not much more here that we didn’t see in the show’s first trailer last month, other than Clint’s unsuccessful attempts to explain to his family and Kate just how this holiday season was great, at least until all the chases and fights started. . But it’s a chance to at least see Renner’s Barton relax a bit more than he did during his appearances in the Avengers movies so far, especially recently, given, well, the aforementioned cosplay murder of Japanese gangsters. It’s not quite full on Aja / Fraction Hawk Eye as if the show really wanted to sing, but it’s a taste.

Hawk Eye, a perpetually distressing reminder of the proximity of the end of year celebrations, will launch with two episodes on November 24, with the remaining four being released every Wednesday.


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