Hawkeye trailer has a release date – and it’s today, surprisingly

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Updates: Hawkeye’s first trailer is out online – 24 hours longer than we previously thought!

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Despite star Jeremy Renner’s claims that the first footage of Marvel’s upcoming TV show will arrive on Tuesday, September 17, the studio surprised everyone by releasing its first trailer a day earlier.

Set during the holiday season, Hawkeye seeks Clint Barton (Rainer) to deal with the effects of his time as Ronin, the alternate pseudonym he assumed between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. He also meets another master archer, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), and the pair team up to humorously take down some bad guys for the duration of the festivities.


Watch the trailer below, which features big Die Hard and Home Alone energy — and then read on for our origin story from first.

The original story is as follows.

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The first Hawkeye trailer has got an official release date, and fans won’t have to wait too long for it.

Marvel’s next TV series will arrive on Disney Plus in November, but except for a few official images, we’ve seen very little what the show will look like.

However, that is about to change. The first trailer for Hawkeye will come online tomorrow (Tuesday, September 17) and give us our first look at the Jeremy Renner-starring TV show. The news was revealed by the MCU actor himself on Instagram, which you can see in our grabbed screenshot below:

Little is known about the plot, but the first official footage will give us a better idea of ​​what will be involved. What we do know is that Hawkeye will explore more of the character’s time as Ronin than Clint Barton assumed between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

We also know that Barton will meet Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), who in the comics adopts a Hawkeye mantle after Barton, which brings a myriad of problems to Barton’s life. The Master Shooter will also have to contend with Echo (Alaqua Cox) and Yelena Belova’s Black Widow (Florence Pugh) – the latter of whom is believed to be responsible for the death of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in Hawkeye Endgame. Is.

Hawkeye will launch exclusively on Disney Plus on Wednesday, November 24.

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Analysis: Hawkeye needs to do what the Falcon and Winter Soldier couldn’t

Marvel can expect another TV success when Hawkeye lands on Disney Plus. The studio has already gotten fans to watch four of its other shows on Disney’s streaming platform, so we suspect Hawkeye will attract a lot of viewers as well.

Hawkeye, however, has to do something the Falcon and the Winter Soldier were struggling with: create a non-cosmic MCU TV series that would generate a lot of fan theory and debate online.

While the Falcon and the Winter Soldier had some stellar moments, it faded somewhat compared to WandaVision. Marvel’s first TV show was aided by a number of fan theories during its nine-episode run, no doubt aided by its suspenseful plot, magical-based elements, and sitcom show inspiration.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was more grounded and gritty. Without the equally intense speculation that followed WandaVision, however, it struggled to match the heights of its predecessor.

Hawkeye faces a comparable scenario. The fifth MCU TV series follows in the footsteps of Loki — arguably the best Marvel show ever — and What If…?, Marvel’s animated anthology series that surprisingly fared better than some.

Add to this the possibility that Hawkeye, like the Falcon and Winter Soldier, will be more mundane in setting and tone, and some might claim it is already at a disadvantage.

Hawkeye could have a few tricks up its sleeve, though. It is possible that the show is set after Loki and WandaVision, meaning that the Multiverse would have arrived in the MCU by its first episode.

If so, Hawkeye may be messing with our heads by revealing that Kate Bishop, Echo, or other characters have been pulled into the MCU from other realities. We’ve speculated about this possibility before, and we’re confident that if proven to be the case it will turn Marvel’s fanbase into a frenzy.

The addition of Pugh’s Belova will further strengthen the ties between Marvel’s TV shows and its movies. Meanwhile, the appearances of Bishop and Lucky the Pizza Dog – two fan-favorite comic characters – will surely give Hawkeye’s show a significant viewership growth.

Enrique Barton with more character development, make him a formidable adversary (The Falcon and Winter Soldier’s villains weren’t great) And Give us some big multiversal surprises, and Hawkeye will be the TV show the Avengers have long deserved.

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