Marvel has started to expand his universe and tries to control his characters as much as possible. After Disney bought Fox, the mutants and the Fantastic Four are in his possession.
For a while, Netflix allowed his fate with lesser-known characters to develop the series, but despite the fact that both ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Jessica Jones’ received good reviews in their first season, they were won over by the public and critics released. Episodes like the series ‘Luke Cage’ and ‘Iron Fist’.
When Disney announced its new streaming platform called Marvel’s Disney +, they decided to use this new platform to change plans, broaden their ideas, and unify all of their plans.
So he took the opportunity to announce new series with several of his characters: “Vandavision”, “Falcon and the Winter Soldier”, “Loki” and “Hawkeye”. And we’ll talk to you about the latter.
Hawkeye release date and cast
Marvel announced his future plans at San Diego Comic-Con. The Disney + series is one of those plans. First published with “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (August 2020), then “Vandavision” in December and “Loki” in spring 2021, “What if …?”
Jeremy Renner will presumably be the main character again. But much more important and exciting, it seems that Hailee Steinfeld can play Kate Bishop!
Hawkeye hasn’t exactly had the easiest moment in the MCU. Having been little more than a supporting player in the first two Avengers movies, he was entirely absent from Avengers: Infinity War. It was only Avengers:
An endgame that revealed that he had not only survived Thanos’ attack but had forged a whole new identity (in a fancy costume) as Ronin. And then he lost his best friend. So yeah, Clint will be in an interesting state every time we hit him on this show.
As the main villain, we find the Russian Mafia or Madame Kajal, but it is not known whether they will jump on the small screen with Barton.
The series on Disney + is produced by Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige, who led the MCU for years. The shows are also expected to have a large budget compared to other television projects.
Netflix previously had its own Marvel TV universe, which consisted of the shows “Daredevil”, “Jessica Jones”, “Luke Cage”, “Iron Fist” (all in the mini-series “The Defenders”) and “The Punisher”. With the upcoming launch of Disney +, however, all of these shows have been canceled in recent months.