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Marvel Studios Drops ‘Hawkeye’: The First Official Trailer For Its Latest Disney+ Streaming Series

“Former Avenger Clint Barton has a seemingly simple mission: Get back to his family for Christmas. Possible?”

Marvel Studios and Disney+ have just released the Hawkeye Official Trailer starring Jeremy Renner (aka Clint Barton) as the avenging archer. Our first look at Hawkeye shows him after the events of Endgame. Happily back with his family, trouble comes calling when Clint must face the repercussions for being a violent vigilante to cope with losing his family due to “the snap” in InfinityWar. As the final Avenger to get his own solo showcase, the trailer also introduces Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, the MCU’s other Hawkeye. In the trailer, though, she’s introduced as Ronin, which was Clint Barton’s other secret identity from Avengers: Endgame. Clint made a lot of enemies as Ronin, and now they’re all coming after Kate, so he feels responsible for her, and gets dragged into a wild adventure in New York City.

The series will also star Black Widow’s Florence Pugh, who made her MCU debut as the highly trained spy and assassin Yelena Belova earlier this year in Black Widow.  When we last saw Yelena, she was visiting Natasha’s grave after her sister’s untimely sacrifice in Endgame, and it was revealed that none other than Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s mysterious Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine is her new employer. And she’s also told Yelena that Clint was the man who killed Natasha. Do we sense a showdown in the making?

Hawkeye also features Fra Fee as minor comics mercenary Kazimierz Kazimierczak, Tony Dalton as Clint Barton’s former mentor Jack Duquesne, known as the Swordsman, Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop, Kate’s mother, and Alaqua Cox and Zahn McClarnon as daughter-father duo Maya and William Lopez. Maya, a deaf Native American character in the comics, is also the hero Echo, with the ability to copy her opponent’s movements, and is set to appear in her own standalone Disney+ series after Hawkeye. The six-episode Hawkeye series is set to premiere on November 24th on Disney+ and the show will air weekly episodes through the end of December.

For another upcoming TV release, check out the ‘Don’t Look Up’ Teaser Trailer.