If it wasn't obvious enough, Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is setting up the future heroes of the franchise and while Marvel Studios continue to play coy about a potential Young Avengers project, all signs point to yes. One of the shows that will introduce a key member of the elite team is the standalone Hawkeye series led by Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld. Very little is known about the series but rumor has it that the project will be faithful to Kate Bishop's origin arc.
MCU fans were under the impression that the series will be premiering sometime in 2022 which is understandable because we only expected to see WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki this year but the studio dropped a major bombshell on social media today as they finally announced when fans can begin streaming the spinoff series. Marvel announced on its official social media pages that Hawkeye will be released on November 24.
The exciting news came with our first official look at the series featuring Clint Barton and Kate Bishop who are seemingly meeting for the first time. Check it out here:
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There's no doubt that Marvel Studios is making up for all the "content-less" months the COVID-19 pandemic caused and I think I'm speaking for everyone else when I say that we're all here for it. As for the Young Avengers, I think it's great that Kevin Feige and his crew are finally bringing the heroes to the franchise because let's be honest, serious threats are coming now that the multiversal war is about to begin and the Earth's Mightiest Heroes could sure use some major backup.
Hawkeye will begin streaming on November 24 only on Disney+.