Hawkeye has a release date in late 2021 on Disney plus. On the show, which stars Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton in the Avengers films, the superhero teamed up with a new shooter named Kate Bishop.

It took a long time – Hawkeye is the only original Avengers never to have a standalone film, and the TV show that introduced some disparagement to the Marvel Cinematic Universe doesn’t seem over yet. Here’s everything we know so far about Hawkeye at Disney Plus, including a very plausible theory of his story which we try to unzip below.

Hawkeye’s Release Date on Disney Plus:

Till now, no specific release date has been set for Hawkeye, but officially it will be released in late 2021, as confirmed by Disney Plus.

Major Casts:

Jeremy Renner returns as Clint Barton in the Disney Plus series Hawkeye, reprising a role he has played for 10 years since the original Thor. Actress Hailey Steinfeld will be playing Kate Bishop. Steinfeld will play the role of Bishop, according to an interview with Collider.
It is likely that Bishop’s return to another project will hit the big screen – such as in the Disney Plus show, Ms. Marvel will star as her title character in Captain Marvel 2.
Other actors Kevin Feige will confirm for a show at Marvel Studios in late 2020 are Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop, Kate’s mother, Fra Fee as Kazi and Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez.

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Hawkeye Trailer: Is There One?

Unlike Loki and the Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Hawkeye didn’t get the trailer for the Disney Investors Day Show in December 2020 – simply because he’s still filming.

Hawkeye Story: What We Know:

We know about the plot of the TV show Hawkeye is that Clint trained Kate Bishop, a fellow shooter. With some of the scenes filmed on location in New York, it’s likely the series was at least partially there as well.
However, certain photographs may have provided more than it really is in Hawkeye’s history – the show may center on Clint Barton studying hearing loss.
There are several reasons why this might happen. First, the eagle-eyed Redditor noticed that the background mark on the Hawkeye set clearly translates as “hearing therapist” – the caveat is that we took Reddit’s word for it:

Number of episodes:

The Marvel’s Disney Plus TV show appears to be broken up into six episodes of 45-55 minutes long or nine or ten half-hour episodes. So Hawkeye should fit into one of these two formats, but we’re still not sure which one.