Hawkeye: new action-packed trailer for the Marvel series

Disney + ‘s next Marvel series, Hawkeye, delivers an explosive new trailer!

Hawkeye is back on Disney + soon
Hawkeye is entitled to his own series – Credit: Marvel Studios

Disney+ continues the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) with several series. Spectators are already enjoying WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki while She-Hulk prepare with Ms. Marvel. But next month will be the opportunity to discover Hawkeye who, as the name suggests, is interested in Clint Barton, still played by Jeremy Renner. After a first trailer with a Christmas atmosphere, Marvel Studios unveils an explosive new video! The opportunity to see a few action scenes.

A little more action on the sidelines of the broadcast

Hawkeye will propose 6 episodes, available from November 24, one episode per week (two at launch). A series introducing the successor of the superhero called Kate Bishop and played by Hailee Steinfeld. In a tweet, Disney speaks about this future broadcast: ” Start the holidays with the first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye “. The date owes nothing to chance as the series puts on the Christmas spirit, scenery and music included!

Hailee Steinfeld caught up with Marvel comics

In a recent interview with SFX, Hailee Steinfeld spoke about preparing for her role as a newcomer to the MCU. The actress explained catching up with Marvel history, speaking of a « wireless world. I’ve always loved comics, I’ve always been a visual person, and a big 200-250 page book has always intimidated me. Comics attract me more by their graphic aspect, I enjoyed reading them, browsing them and discovering what makes Kate Bishop ».

The producer of the series, Trinh Tran, for his part estimated that Clint Barton and Kate Bishop are both Hawkeye. The man also congratulated himself on having ” a fascinating young woman for this role “. The latter revealed in passing that the MCU series are as thoughtful as the films. Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, “ makes sure that when people watch episodes, they have the impression of being in front of a much longer feature film ».

The idea is to rely on the television format to develop certain characters much more than in the films.

Source : ComicBook

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