Jeremy Renner And Hailee Steinfield Stand Back To Back In Epic Hawkeye Image

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September 12, 2019  05:38 PM


Earlier this week word came out that Marvel was eyeing Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse voice actress Hailee Steinfeld for its upcoming Disney+ mini-series, Hawkeye.

Fans have been going wild online, saying that the Bumblebee actress would be perfect for the series’ Kate Bishop Role. Now, as fans continue to gush over the possibility of seeing Steinfeld join the Marvel Universe, fan art of the actress as Kate Bishop has been popping up like crazy over the internet.

One of the most recent art pieces that have been making the rounds on Reddit is a fan piece that imagines what a poster for the Hawkeye series could look like.

Using an edited photo of Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, we get to see the actress back to back with Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton in a style that reminds Marvel comic book fans of the Hawkeye comic book series by Matt Fraction and David Aja. The poster even has a Hawkeye logo similar to the style of the comic book series.

Check it out down here:


Love this casting rumour! from r/marvelstudios


Marvel might have some other design planned for Hawkeye, but we have to say this is pretty good. We’d definitely love to see Steinfeld as Bishop. Based on her performance in Bumblebee, it really seems like the actress would be a great fit for the superhero role.

For those who aren’t familiar with the character, Kate Bishop becomes the next Hawkeye after training together with Hawkeye. The series is expected to follow Kate’s training with the expert marksman as well as explore the time Clint had as Ronin between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

Hawkeye doesn’t have a specific release date just yet, but we’ll update everyone as soon as we get word.

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