The trailer for 'Hawkeye' just dropped—here’s how to watch the series
Hawkeye returns in the latest Marvel show
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Rogers: The Musical on Broadway, a possible Lucky the Pizza Dog cameo, and Christmas tunes reign in the new trailer for Hawkeye. The series will follow Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) as he embarks on a new adventure alongside Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), the next iteration of Hawkeye, in a post- Endgame world. The six-episode series is set to release around the holidays—as the trailer notes, ‘the best gifts come with a bow’—and will heavily feature New York’s own brand of holiday cheer.
From the trailer, the new series will explore Clint Barton's time as Ronin during his lost years after the Snap and give a little bit of screen time to the rest of the Barton family, who note that they haven’t spent time with him in ‘“years.” You can catch Hawkeye when it releases on November 24, 2021, and other Marvel films and series, on Disney+.
Where can you find Hawkeye when it comes out?
You can stream Hawkeye when it is released on Disney+. Disney+ is available via internet connection if you live in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Channel Islands, France, Germany, India, Ireland, the Isle of Man, Italy, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, or the U.S. Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming platform can be accessed from desktop browsers, mobile devices, game consoles, and more.
Disney+ is home to Walt Disney Studios films, Marvel films and series, Disney Channel original series, Pixar films and shorts, Star Wars films and series, and National Geographic titles. The platform is also constantly releasing new content, such as Loki and What If…?, upcoming series like Obi-Wan Kenobi, and upcoming film releases like The Eternals, Encanto, and more.
What is Hawkeye going to be about?
Directed by Rhys Thomas and directing team Bert & Bertie, Hawkeye will follow the eponymous Avenger Clint Barton, played by Jeremy Renner, and the next Hawkeye, Kate Bishop, played by newcomer to the MCU Hailee Steinfeld. The delightfully whimsical trailer reveals Kate has been masquerading as Ronin, or a version of Ronin. After being confronted by Clint, both Hawkeyes team up for a dangerous mission involving several car chases and a shootout in Rockefeller Plaza. Vera Farmiga also has a brief cameo, who’s listed on IMDb as playing Eleanor Bishop, Kate’s mother, and a very small glimpse of Alaqua Cox as Echo/ Maya Lopez, another Marvel character that takes on the Hawkeye mantle.
Notably absent from the first trailer is Florence Pugh, who plays Natasha Romanoff’s sister Yelena Belova and was announced as appearing in Hawkeye _after the events of _Black Widow (2021). It’s unclear whether Yelena will emerge as the series’ central antagonist or an unlikely ally for Kate and Clint. It’s also unclear whether or not the events of Hawkeye will follow in the footsteps of Marvel’s most recent series, Loki, or factor in the MCU-altering events therein. Regardless, we’re very excited to check out Rogers: The Musical and anything else Hawkeye has to offer us.
You can catch Hawkeye on November 24, 2021, and in the meantime, you can catch up on what’s been happening in the rest of the MCU on Disney+.
How can you watch Hawkeye?
To start watching Hawkeye on November 24, you can subscribe to Disney+ today for $11.99 a month or $119.99 per year.
Disney+ is available on devices like Apple products, Roku streaming devices, Google Chromecast, Android phones and TV devices, XBOX One, PlayStation 4, LG TVs, Samsung products, Chrome OS, Mac OS, or Windows PC.
In addition to all of its new content, Disney+ is also home to classic films like Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Robin Hood, A Bug’s Life, and The Princess and The Frog that you can watch on-demand, as well as Disney Channel Original shows and TV series like Sky High, Elena of Avalor, Kim Possible, and The Owl House. They also have a lot of properties you might not expect, like Pixar Shorts, The Princess Bride, The Simpsons, Home Alone, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Hamilton, and more.
Signing up to Disney+ also grants access to the Star streaming hub which features tons of 20th Century Fox movies and TV shows including Summer of Soul, Nomadland, The Shape of Water, The Alien film series, American Horror Stories, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Black-ish, and others.
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