Entertainment Marvel's Jeremy Renner hints at start of Hawkeye series filming

12:25  24 november  2020
12:25  24 november  2020 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Despite appearing in four MCU films , Jeremy Renner hasn't had enough of Hawkeye and is interested in a solo Netflix series . However, the chances of Hawkeye ever becoming a leading character on the big screen seems unlikely with Marvel moving into uncharted territories with movies like Doctor Strange.

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Disney+'s first Marvel Cinematic Universe TV series is just around the corner, with WandaVision hitting our screens very soon, and it looks like production on another is getting under way.

Jeremy Renner standing in front of a window: Marvel's Jeremy Renner seemingly hints at start of Disney Plus Hawkeye TV show filming. © Marvel Studios Marvel's Jeremy Renner seemingly hints at start of Disney Plus Hawkeye TV show filming.

Hawkeye actor Jeremy Renner has teased the start of filming on his character's own series, uploading an Instagram Stories photo of himself looking all roughed up, with a made-up cut on his bloodied nose and bruises.

a close up of a man: Jeremy Renner Hawkeye filming © Jeremy Renner - Instagram Jeremy Renner Hawkeye filming

Filming was meant to begin on the series earlier this year, but we all know what got in the way. Over the last few months, productions have started to get the cameras rolling again with social distancing protocols in place. A few have had to temporarily shut down, but they have all managed to get back on track within a handful of days.

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Jeremy Renner says he wants to explore Clint Barton a.k.a. Hawkeye more in Anthony and Joe Russo' s Avengers: Infinity War and beyond. Still, aside from the comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe supplemental materials, not much is actually known about Hawkeye ' s past, especially with

With Jeremy Renner , Hailee Steinfeld. Series based on the Marvel Comics superhero Hawkeye , centering on the adventures of Young Avenger, Kate Bishop, who took on the role after the original Avenger, Clint Barton.

We don't know too much about what the Hawkeye series will entail, but we do know that it will introduce Kate Bishop, who took on the Hawkeye name in the Young Avengers comic series, and possibly focus on the time gap that saw him become the samurai-killing vigilante Ronin in Avengers: Endgame.

Jeremy Renner standing in front of a window: Hawkeye, Avengers Endgame © Marvel Studios Hawkeye, Avengers Endgame

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It doesn't look like it will all be dark and gritty, however, as Saturday Night Live's Rhys Thomas has signed up to direct some episodes, as have Troop Zero filmmakers Bert & Bertie.

Hawkeye will originally planned for autumn 2021, but that may no longer be the case.

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