Marvel's Assemble Reportedly Features The Making of Hawkeye

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Following Marvel’s Hawkeye TV series success, Marvel has announced that the Behind The Specials for the series is now streaming on Disney+.

Hawkeye’s episode 1 was aired in Disney+ last year, November, and ended 3 days before Christmas. Marvel has claimed that Hawkeye is 2021’s last and Christmas series following the same year’s release of Wandavision, Loki, and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier series.

Hawkeye introduced us to its new protege, Kate Bishop, who is played by Hailee Steinfield and follows her journey as she encountered her favorite Avenger, Clint Barton. Like Hawkeye, Bishop is also excellent in archery, has good combat skills, and unlike Hawkeye in the series, is very eager and optimistic.

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The two stumbled upon when Bishop accidentally put her hands on Ronin’s costume, Barton’s previous identity. Ronin is very sinister compared to Hawkeye, as we see from Avengers: Endgame and Ronin have made more enemies. With Bishop running the streets of Christmas New York City, Ronin’s enemies thought that the vigilante is back and started to hunt her.

This is where Barton comes and saves Bishop. They navigated their way in dealing with Ronin’s enemies and also destroying Barton’s guilt from being the Ronin. However, with Bishop, she unraveled a family secret, specifically from her mother, that seems to be her main problem from the beginning.

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One cameo in this series is Natasha Romanoff’s sister Yelena Belova, who is also a Black Widow. Yelena hunts Barton because she thought he killed her sister.

On the other side, Bishop and Yelena’s banters are hilarious. Each of their interactions is very fun and their chemistry as future’s new Clint and Natasha is surely paving its way.

In this documentary behind the scenes of the series, we will see fun bloopers and stunts from main stars Hailee Steinfield, Jeremy Renner, and Florence Pugh.

Hawkeye and Assembled: The Making of Hawkeye is now streaming on Disney+.

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