Marvel Drops the First Trailer for Hawkeye


The first trailer for the upcoming MCU six-episode TV show dropped. Here is a look at what you can expect from the upcoming show.

The first trailer for the upcoming Marvel TV Show “Hawkeye” has arrived. The show will launch on November 24th and contain six episodes. The show (like other Marvel properties like Loki and the Falcon and the Winter Soldier) will air exclusively on Disney Plus.

Marvel Studio’s Hawkeye Official Trailer

The trailer features a whimsical look at the Christmastime adventures of Clint Barton played by Jeremy Renner. And he’s also getting a new sidekick Kate Bishop played by Hailee Steinfeld.

The show takes place following the events of Avengers: Endgame which saw him turn into a chaotic vigilante named Ronin after his family was dusted out of existence due to Thanos’ snap.

Clint is seemly just wanting to enjoy his family again during the Christmas season, but a vigilante looking a lot like Barton’s Ronin suit starts showing up in NYC. After finding out the “new” vigilante is Kate Bishop, it appears a bunch of holiday mayhem is going to ensue.

Again, the six-episode season will begin streaming on November 24th. Exclusively on Disney Plus.

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And it’s not just the MCU. Disney Plus is the exclusive streaming service to watch the entire Star Wars franchise – including all feature films, live-action shows like The Mandalorian, and too many animated shows to list. Not to mention, the company just announced Star Wars: Visions which is a Japanese Anime-style show.

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