Hawkeye TV Spot Reveals How Clint Creates His Trick Arrows

It's almost time for the premiere of Hawkeye and we're finally learning more about the Marvel Cinematic Universe show with the new promos being released regularly. For instance, a new TV spot has revealed an awesome detail. As it turns out, Clint Barton makes his own trick arrows and it features a cool secret ingredient!

There is little doubt that Clint Barton is already a skilled archer who never misses a shot. However, he still gets some help from trick arrows that have proven to be very effective against superpowered opponents. Interestingly, the best thing about these arrows is that Clint makes them himself using an old friend's help.

The new Hawkeye TV spot aired during Sunday Night Football and although it featured footage we've already seen, it also had some new scenes. One notable sequence shows Clint making his trick arrows with the help of some Stark technology.

It shouldn't be a surprise that Clint gets help from Tony Stark's company but it's important to remember that Hawkeye takes place after the events in Avengers: Endgame. In addition to that, Clint has already retired as an Avenger so he really shouldn't be storing some Stark technology at home.

So has Clint been using Stark technology all this time or is this just something he had to procure because of an emergency? We're certainly hoping he didn't steal that tech. The truth will be revealed when Hawkeye finally premieres later this month.

Hawkeye will bring back Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton and will introduce Hailee Steinfeld as his protege Kate Bishop. New cast members also include Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d'Arcy James, and Alaqua Cox.

Hawkeye will consist of six episodes. The series will drop a two-episode premiere on Disney+ on November 24, 2021.

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