Hawkeye (2021 TV series)

American streaming television miniseries

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Hawkeye
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Genre
Created byJonathan Igla
Based onMarvel Comics
Starring
Composers
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of episodes6
Production
Executive producers
Production locations
Cinematography
Editors
  • Terel Gibson
  • Rosanne Tan
  • Tim Roche
Running time40–62 minutes
Production companyMarvel Studios
DistributorDisney Platform Distribution
Budget$150 million[1]
Release
Original networkDisney+
Original releaseNovember 24 (2021-11-24) –
December 22, 2021 (2021-12-22)
Chronology
Related showsMarvel Cinematic Universe television series
External links
Production website
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Hawkeye is an American television miniseries created by Jonathan Igla for the streaming service Disney+, based on Marvel Comics featuring the characters Clint Barton / Hawkeye and Kate Bishop / Hawkeye. It is the fifth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, sharing continuity with the films of the franchise and taking place after the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019). Igla serves as head writer with Rhys Thomas leading the directing team.

Jeremy Renner reprises his role as Clint Barton from the film series, with Hailee Steinfeld joining him as Kate Bishop. Tony Dalton, Fra Fee, Brian d'Arcy James, Aleks Paunovic, Piotr Adamczyk, Linda Cardellini, Simon Callow, Vera Farmiga, Alaqua Cox, Zahn McClarnon, Florence Pugh, and Vincent D'Onofrio also star. Marvel Studios was developing a limited series for Disney+ centered on Hawkeye by April 2019, with Renner returning. The series was officially announced that July and Igla joined in September, with Steinfeld unofficially attached at that point. Thomas and Bert & Bertie joined as directors in July 2020 and filming began in New York City that December. Steinfeld and additional cast members were confirmed, and filming concluded in late April 2021. Additional shooting took place in Atlanta, Georgia. Matt Fraction and David Aja's Hawkeye comic run served as a major influence on the series.

Hawkeye premiered with its first two episodes on November 24, 2021, and ran for six episodes, concluding on December 22. It is part of Phase Four of the MCU. The series received positive reviews, with critics highlighting its action sequences and the lead actors' chemistry. A spin-off series, Echo, focusing on Cox's character Maya Lopez / Echo, is in development.

Premise

One year after the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019),[2] Clint Barton must partner with Kate Bishop to confront enemies from his past as Ronin in order to get back to his family in time for Christmas.[3]

Cast and characters

  • Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton / Hawkeye:
    A master archer and a former Avenger and agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.[4] The series further explores the character's time as Ronin, as first shown in Avengers: Endgame (2019).[5] Renner said that meeting Kate Bishop brings "an onslaught of problems" into Barton's life,[6] as Barton does not understand her obsession with him.[7]
  • Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop:
    A 22-year-old Hawkeye fan who becomes Barton's protégée and is trained to take over the mantle of Hawkeye.[6][8] She draws the attention of Barton by masquerading as Ronin.[9] Steinfeld described Bishop as "smart and witty" and a "badass", with physical abilities that are "through the roof",[10] while Renner said she has "a wonderfully annoying and equally charming manner about her".[6] Steinfeld learned archery because Bishop is "self-taught" and felt it is an important aspect of her character since she idolizes Barton.[11] Clara Stack plays a young Kate Bishop.[12]
  • Tony Dalton as Jack Duquesne:
    Eleanor's new fiancé and Armand's nephew.[13] While the character served as Barton's mentor in the comics, Dalton revealed that would not be happening in the series.[14]
  • Fra Fee as Kazimierz "Kazi" Kazimierczak: A mercenary for the Tracksuit Mafia.[15][16] Phoenix Crepin portrays a younger Kazi.[17]
  • Brian d'Arcy James as Derek Bishop: Kate's deceased father.[18]
  • Aleks Paunovic as Ivan: An enforcer for the Tracksuit Mafia.[18]
  • Piotr Adamczyk as Tomas: An enforcer for the Tracksuit Mafia.[18]
  • Linda Cardellini as Laura Barton: Clint's wife.[19]
  • Simon Callow as Armand Duquesne III: Jack's uncle.[13]
  • Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop: Kate's mother and the CEO of Bishop Security.[18]
  • Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez: The deaf commander of the Tracksuit Mafia.[20][21] Darnell Besaw, Cox's cousin, plays a young Maya Lopez.[22]
  • Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez: Maya's deceased father and a former commander of the Tracksuit Mafia.[20][22]
  • Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova / Black Widow:
    A highly-trained spy and assassin who is hunting Barton for his supposed role in her sister Natasha Romanoff's death.[20][23] Pugh said that Belova is continuing "what she's good at, and despite her sister not being there, she's back working", though her mission to hunt Barton "sets up a whole different challenge".[23]
  • Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin:
    A crime lord in New York who Eleanor has connections with. D'Onofrio reprises his role from the Marvel Television series Daredevil (2015–2018).[24] On Kingpin's portrayal in the series, directors Bert & Bertie said they wanted to take into account the character's presence that was established in Daredevil.[25] D'Onofrio considered the role a continuation of his portrayal in Daredevil, with a difference in physical strength but still operating "through the pain of his childhood". He played the character considering that Fisk had lost power after the Blip.[26] He added that the portrayal was "done with an eye on connecting as many dots from Daredevil to Hawkeye as possible", but acknowledged that some aspects, such as his enhanced physical strength, could not connect back.[27]

Recurring in the series are Carlos Navarro as Enrique, an enforcer for the Tracksuit Mafia;[28] Ben Sakamoto, Ava Russo, and Cade Woodward reprising their respective roles as Barton's children Cooper, Lila, and Nathaniel from prior MCU films;[29] Jolt, a golden retriever, playing Lucky the Pizza Dog;[8][30] Clayton English, Adetinpo Thomas, Robert Walker-Branchaud, and Adelle Drahos as Grills,[18] Wendy,[31] Orville,[32] and Missy, NYC LARPers who befriend and help Barton and Bishop, respectively;[18] and Ivan Mbakop as NYPD Detective Caudle.[18]

Also appearing are Jonathan Bergman as Armand VII and Franco Castan as Detective Rivera. The fictional Steve Rogers / Captain America musical within the series, Rogers: The Musical, sees stage actors portray Thor (Jason Scott McDonald), Loki (Jordan Chin), Rogers (Tom Feeney), Bruce Banner / Hulk (Harris Turner), Barton (Avery Gillham), Romanoff (Meghan Manning), Tony Stark / Iron Man (Aaron Nedrick), Scott Lang / Ant-Man (Nico DeJesus), and Chitauri warriors. Adam Pascal cameos as Lead Citizen in the musical.[33][34] Newscaster Pat Kiernan appears as himself.[35]

Episodes

No.TitleDirected by [36]Written byOriginal release date [37]
1"Never Meet Your Heroes"Rhys ThomasJonathan IglaNovember 24, 2021 (2021-11-24)
In 2012, during the Battle of New York,[N 1] a young Kate Bishop witnesses Clint Barton battling the Chitauri and aspires to become a hero like him after he inadvertently saves her life. In the present, Barton spends time with his children in New York for Christmas. Meanwhile, Bishop attends a charity auction gala with her mother Eleanor and learns that her mother is engaged to Jack Duquesne. Underneath the gala, Bishop stumbles onto a black market auction featuring items recovered from the remains of the Avengers Compound,[a] finding Duquesne and his uncle Armand III among the attendees. The auction is interrupted by the Tracksuit Mafia, a Russian street gang, who attempt to recover a watch among the items. As Duquesne steals Barton's Ronin sword, Bishop recovers Barton's Ronin suit and defeats the mafia members while wearing it. After rescuing a stray dog she later names "Lucky", she escapes to her apartment before tracking down Armand to investigate further, but discovers that Armand has been murdered in his home and is cornered by the Tracksuit Mafia after fleeing the crime scene. Barton, who saw a news report of the Ronin's return, rescues Bishop from the gangsters.
2"Hide and Seek"Rhys ThomasElisa ClimentNovember 24, 2021 (2021-11-24)
Bishop takes Barton back to her apartment, but they are attacked by the Tracksuit Mafia and forced to evacuate, leaving the Ronin suit behind. After relocating to the apartment of Bishop's vacationing aunt, Barton sends his children back home, promising to rejoin them by Christmas Day. He escorts Bishop to her workplace, then recovers the Ronin suit from a FDNY Grills at a LARP event. Later, Bishop fails to convince Eleanor of Duquesne's involvement in Armand's death. After challenging Duquesne to a fencing duel, she tries to contact Barton, not knowing that he has allowed himself to be captured by the Tracksuit Mafia. She tracks down Barton's location, but ends up being captured herself, and the gang informs their boss, Maya Lopez of what happened.
3"Echoes"Bert & BertieKatie Mathewson & Tanner BeanDecember 1, 2021 (2021-12-01)
Lopez interrogates Barton and Bishop about Ronin, who killed her father years prior. Barton manages to free himself and fend off the Tracksuit Mafia, though Lopez breaks his hearing aid in the process. After Bishop is freed, the pair escape using Barton's trick arrows and get his hearing aid fixed. While moving to another location, Lopez's lieutenant Kazi advises her not to get into trouble with her "uncle". Intending to learn more about the Tracksuit Mafia as well as Duquesne, Bishop convinces Barton to infiltrate Eleanor's penthouse and use her company account to access Bishop Security's criminal database. However, Bishop is locked out of the system while attempting to bypass security while Barton encounters Duquesne, who threatens him with Ronin's sword.
4"Partners, Am I Right?"Bert & BertieErin Cancino & Heather QuinnDecember 8, 2021 (2021-12-08)
Barton defuses the situation after Eleanor and Duquesne recognize him as an Avenger. Eleanor asks him to keep Bishop out of his investigation and later contacts an unknown person to inform them of the situation. With the help of his wife Laura, Barton secretly recovers his sword and discovers that Duquesne is the CEO of Sloan Limited, a shell corporation that launders money for the Tracksuit Mafia, while Bishop deduces that Barton was Ronin. Barton locates Kazi and asks him to talk Lopez out of her vendetta against Ronin while Bishop enlists a group of LARPers in retrieving Barton's trick arrows. Afterwards, Laura informs Barton that the watch the Tracksuit Mafia stole is sending out tracking signals from an apartment building. Barton and Bishop go to retrieve it, but find it in Lopez's apartment, where she also keeps notes on Barton and his family. Lopez attacks Bishop while Barton is ambushed by a masked assassin. A fight ensues between the four combatants, with Bishop injuring Lopez, forcing her to retreat, while Barton unmasks his assailant Yelena Belova who also escapes. Barton decides that he cannot keep putting Bishop in danger and breaks off their partnership.
5"Ronin"Bert & BertieJenna Noel FrazierDecember 15, 2021 (2021-12-15)
In 2018, Belova and fellow Black Widow Sonya visit a woman named Annie, who has been helping deprogrammed Black Widows. While there, Belova becomes a victim of the Blip. In the present, Bishop returns to Eleanor's house and tells her about Duquesne's shell corporation, leading Eleanor to call the NYPD and have him arrested. Bishop returns to her apartment, where she finds Belova waiting for her before the latter reveals her past and mission to kill Barton.[b] Meanwhile, after recovering at Grills' apartment, Barton dons the Ronin suit and confronts Lopez at the auto shop where he killed her father. During the fight, he unmasks himself and attempts to convince her to let go of her vendetta and leave his family alone. He reveals that an informant working for Lopez's boss wanted her father dead, but Lopez initially disbelieves him. Bishop arrives to help Barton escape, while Lopez becomes suspicious of Kazi, who was absent on the night of her father's death. The next day, Belova texts Bishop, revealing that she was hired by Eleanor to kill Barton and that Eleanor is working with Lopez's "uncle", whom Barton identifies as Kingpin.
6"So This Is Christmas?"Rhys ThomasJonathan Igla & Elisa ClimentDecember 22, 2021 (2021-12-22)
As Eleanor meets with Kingpin to break off their partnership, Barton and Bishop watch a recording of them and learn that Eleanor killed Armand and framed Duquesne. On Christmas Eve, Barton and Bishop attend Eleanor's holiday party, where Bishop confronts her mother and learns her father owed money to Kingpin, leading to Eleanor working with him. Kazi attempts to assassinate Eleanor on Kingpin's orders, but targets Barton instead. Barton enlists help from Grills, the LARPers, and Duquesne to evacuate the party before rejoining Bishop to defeat the Tracksuit Mafia. After Lopez kills Kazi, Bishop attempts to look for Eleanor while Barton is confronted by Belova, who demands the truth of Natasha Romanoff's death. They fight, but he reminds her of his friendship with Romanoff and her sacrifice to save the universe.[a] Belova spares him and leaves. Kingpin tries to stop Eleanor from escaping, but Bishop arrives and incapacitates him with Barton's trick arrows. Afterwards, Eleanor is arrested by the police for Armand's murder. Kingpin escapes, but is confronted by Lopez, who seemingly shoots him. The next day, Barton returns to his family with Bishop and Lucky, returns the watch to Laura, and burns the Ronin suit.

Production

Development

By September 2018, Marvel Studios was developing several limited series for its parent company Disney's streaming service, Disney+, to be centered on "second tier" characters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films who had not and were unlikely to star in their own films.[38] By April 2019, development of an adventure series starring Jeremy Renner as his MCU film character Clint Barton / Hawkeye had begun. The plot was expected to follow Barton as he bequeaths the mantle of Hawkeye to Kate Bishop. Feige was set to produce the limited series, which would run for six to eight episodes.[4] Renner had originally signed on to star in a standalone feature film focused on his character, but agreed to star in a series instead after Feige decided to redevelop the project for Disney+.[39] Executive producer Trinh Tran added that changing to a series from a feature film allowed Marvel "the creative flexibility" to have six hours to further explore Barton's backstory, introduce Bishop, and "allow enough time for them to bond and create that special dynamic that everybody finds so appealing in the comics" rather than two hours within a film.[40] Feige officially announced Hawkeye at San Diego Comic-Con in July.[41]

In September 2019, Jonathan Igla was revealed to be serving as the series' head writer.[42] Amy Berg had also been a contender for head writer.[43][44] In July 2020, Rhys Thomas was hired to direct three episodes for the series, and to serve as an executive producer, with filmmaking duo Bert & Bertie hired to direct the other three.[45][46][36] Borys Kit at The Hollywood Reporter felt hiring these directors indicated the series could have a "light-hearted tone", given the past work from each.[45] Brad Winderbaum, Victoria Alonso, and Louis D'Esposito also serve as executive producers.[47] The series consists of six episodes.[48] Budgets for each episode were reported to be as much as $25 million.[1]

Writing

Renner promoting the series at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con

Elisa Climent, Katie Mathewson, Tanner Bean, Erin Cancino, Heather Quinn, and Jenna Noel Frazier serve as writers on the series.[49][50] When officially announcing the series, Feige and Renner said the series would follow Barton as he teaches Bishop to be a "superhero without superpowers", and would explore more of Barton's time as the vigilante Ronin that was first established in Avengers: Endgame (2019).[5] In October 2019, Tran said the series would explore Barton's past,[51][8] and confirmed that the mantle of Hawkeye would be passed to Bishop.[8] Hawkeye is influenced by Matt Fraction's run with the character in the comics,[51] and adapts elements such as Lucky the Pizza Dog, a golden retriever who is a companion to Barton and Bishop;[8][52] the Tracksuit Mafia;[9] and Barton's hearing loss.[52] Barton has a "lightheartedness" to him that was not previously seen in his past appearances, which was influenced by Fraction's portrayal of the character in his run.[40] Igla hoped the series would show "a funnier side" of Barton as well as explore him in a mentorship role that was only briefly seen in his past appearances, and what he does when not with the Avengers, which was also shown in Fraction's run.[53] Fraction served as a consultant for the series, and had planned to make a cameo appearance as a Tracksuit Mafia member, but was unable to because of the COVID-19 pandemic.[54]

Hawkeye is set in New York City around the Christmas season, one year following the events of Avengers: Endgame in 2024,[7][2] with Tran noting that many, but not all, of New York's citizens have "recuperated and continued thriving" following the Blip.[7] Renner described the series as being set in the "current" MCU, while occurring over the course of about a week.[55] Thomas noted that it had been discussed during development to set the series two years after Endgame in 2025.[2] Further discussing the holiday setting, Tran said "it made sense" to have Barton's story set during that time, since he has his family and would be focusing on trying to spend Christmas with them after losing them during the Blip.[40]

Casting

With the series' official announcement in July 2019, Renner was confirmed to be starring in the series as Barton.[41] By early September 2019, Hailee Steinfeld had been offered the role of Kate Bishop,[56] but had not yet signed on for the series a month later. Variety reported one reason for this was a non-compete clause in her contract with Apple TV+ for starring in the series Dickinson, something Variety felt Steinfeld would be able to negotiate out of. No other actresses had been approached for the role of Bishop.[57] When asked about her starring in the series shortly after, Steinfeld said it was "not something that's necessarily happening";[58] Steinfeld was confirmed as Bishop in December 2020.[20] Tran noted that Marvel Studios "couldn't quite talk about her involvement" before when they announced her in the role, adding that Steinfeld was never out of contention and Marvel was just "trying to figure out how we can carry out the series" between the initial reports and the start of filming to have it release during the 2021 holiday season.[40]

Additional cast members also announced in December 2020 were Vera Farmiga as Eleanor Bishop, Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova / Black Widow,[20] Fra Fee as Kazimierz "Kazi" Kazimierczak,[15][20] Tony Dalton as Jack Duquesne, Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo, Zahn McClarnon as William Lopez,[20] and Brian d'Arcy James as Derek Bishop.[46][18] Pugh reprises her role from Black Widow (2021),[20] which has a post-credits scene in which Belova is tasked by Valentina Allegra de Fontaine to hunt Barton for his role in her sister Natasha Romanoff's death.[23] Dalton was cast after Tran was impressed with his performance on the series Better Call Saul.[40] The same month, set photos revealed that Ben Sakamoto, Ava Russo, and Cade Woodward would reprise their respective roles as Barton's children Cooper, Lila, and Nathaniel from previous MCU films in the series.[59][29] Linda Cardellini was revealed to be reprising her role as Barton's wife Laura in October 2021.[19] Aleks Paunovic and Piotr Adamczyk also star in the series as Ivan and Tomas, respectively, members of the Tracksuit Mafia,[18] along with Simon Callow as Armand Duquesne III,[13] and Vincent D'Onofrio as Wilson Fisk / Kingpin, reprising the role from the Marvel Television series Daredevil (2015–2018).[24]

Filming and post-production

Filming began in early December 2020 in New York City,[60][61][62] with Rhys Thomas and Bert & Bertie directing,[45] with Eric Steelberg and James Whitaker serving as cinematographers.[63][64] The series was filmed under the working title Anchor Point.[65][66] Filming took place in Downtown Brooklyn including at the Hoyt–Schermerhorn Streets subway station,[60][67][68] and in Manhattan in Washington Square Park,[69] Midtown, Hell's Kitchen,[61] the East Village,[62] and the Lotte New York Palace Hotel.[70] Set photos also indicated the series would occur during the Christmas season and feature a Christmas party.[71] Additional filming took place at Trilith Studios and Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.[66][65][72] On February 22, 2021, filming began in downtown Canton, Georgia, for a week, continuing in the area between March 4 and 5.[73] Filming wrapped on April 21.[74] Reshoots occurred in Toronto, Canada, from September 7 to 9.[72] Terel Gibson,[75] Rosanne Tan, and Tim Roche serve as editors.[76]

Music

Christophe Beck was revealed to be composing the score for the series in September 2021, after previously doing so for Ant-Man (2015), Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018), and WandaVision (2021).[77] He was joined by Michael Paraskevas as co-composer.[78][79] The episode "Never Meet Your Heroes" features a musical number from the fictional Broadway musical titled Rogers: The Musical titled "Save the City", centered on the Battle of New York and written by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman.[80] It was released as a single on November 24,[81] and is included on the Vol. 2 soundtrack for the series.[79] The score for the first three episodes was released on December 10,[78] while the score for the last three episodes was released on December 22.[79]

Hawkeye: Vol. 1 (Episodes 1–3) [Original Soundtrack][78]
No.TitleLength
1."Hawkeye's Theme"1:48
2."Clock Tower Mishap"1:56
3."Battle of New York"3:49
4."Carol of the Buy & Sells"3:17
5."Ronin"1:52
6."Sincerity"1:28
7."Action at the Auction"3:59
8."2012"2:50
9."In Like Clint"2:06
10."Molotov Mazeltov"2:01
11."Discovery"2:59
12."Bows of Holly"0:52
13."LARP in the Park"2:32
14."Mistletoe to Toe"2:42
15."It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Clint's Mess"2:47
16."Maya's Theme"4:10
17."Sorry Santa"3:36
18."Do You Hear What I Fear?"2:13
19."Little Dragon"1:46
20."Fighting Over Toys"3:20
Total length:47:23

All music is composed by Christophe Beck & Michael Paraskevas, except where noted.

Hawkeye: Vol. 2 (Episodes 4–6) [Original Soundtrack][79]
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Dustup on a Housetop" 4:22
2."No Words" 3:57
3."Barton Funk" 2:08
4."Arrival and Return" 3:00
5."Tiny Bow" 2:55
6."Yuletide Fray" 4:45
7."Bone & Marrow" 1:22
8."A Christmas Peril" 4:07
9."Wreck the Halls" 4:08
10."Star of Wonder" 1:50
11."Ruckus Around the Christmas Tree" 1:57
12."Give 'Em Hell" 3:02
13."I'm Sorry" 2:02
14."Archer Enemies" 2:27
15."Natasha" 3:21
16."Lady Hawk" 1:43
17."Quiver Bells" 1:55
18."Save The City" (featuring Adam Pascal, Ty Taylor, Rory Donovan, Derek Klena, Bonnie Milligan, Christopher Sieber & Shayna Steele)Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman4:26
Total length:53:05

Marketing

Concept art for the series featuring designs of the characters' costumes was included in Expanding the Universe, a Marvel Studios special that debuted on Disney+ on November 12, 2019.[8] A trailer was released on September 13, 2021. Jeremy Mathai at /Film said everything in the teaser looked "shockingly delightful—from the laid-back, comedic tone" to the chemistry between Steinfeld and Renner. He was enthused about the low-stakes of the series' story with Barton trying to get home for Christmas.[3] Chaim Gartenberg of The Verge was drawn to the teaser's "surprisingly light tone" and felt the series would draw elements from the Christmas films Home Alone (1990) and Die Hard (1988).[9] NME's Sam Warner described the teaser as a "festive first look" at the series, and noted the use of the song "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year".[82] Stephen Iervolino of Good Morning America said the teaser was a blend of "action, humor and downright 007-looking spy scenes".[83] Ryan Parker, writing for The Hollywood Reporter, noted the unique tone of the teaser that presented the series as "more of a comedy, holiday romp, albeit with a ton of action".[84] Entertainment Weekly's Christian Holub felt the Christmas setting added a "Home Alone-like vibe" to the series and noted the teaser's many references to the comics, particularly Fraction's run.[85] The series official poster was released at the end of October, with John Lutz of Collider noting the further inspiration of Fraction's run in the costumes worn by Barton and Bishop on the poster and the colors used, as well as the series' logo.[86] An episode of the series Marvel Studios: Legends was released on November 12, 2021, for Disney+'s "Disney+ Day" celebration, exploring Barton using footage of his MCU film appearances.[87] Additionally, an extended scene was released on Disney+ Day.[88]

In January 2021, Marvel announced their "Marvel Must Haves" program, which reveals new toys, games, books, apparel, home decor, and other merchandise related to each episode of Hawkeye following an episode's release.[89] The first "Must Haves" merchandise for the episodes started on November 26, 2021.[90]

Release

Hawkeye debuted its first two episodes on Disney+ on November 24, 2021.[19] The remaining four episodes were released weekly, concluding on December 22.[48][37] It is part of Phase Four of the MCU.[41] A premiere screening was held in London on November 11, 2021,[91] as well as on November 17 at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles.[92][36]

Reception

Hawkeye: Critical reception by episode

The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reports a 92% approval rating with an average rating of 7.55/10, based on 87 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads, "Hawkeye starts slowly, but the street-level action is a refreshing change of pace for the MCU—and the chemistry between its leads sparkles even when the plot lags."[93] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned a score of 66 out of 100 based on 27 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[94]

Andrew Webster of The Verge felt that Hawkeye was "a few different things", adding: "It's a chance to spend more time with one of the lesser-known Avengers, it's an origin story for an up-and-coming hero, and it's a detective drama set amidst the backdrop of Christmas in New York City as the MCU adds yet another genre to its all-enveloping fold." He considered it alongside WandaVision and Loki as the best of the MCU on Disney+.[95] Writing for Empire, Laura Sirikul gave the series four out of five stars and described it as "charming and full of heart".[96] Richard Trenholm of CNET gave the series a positive review while noting that "Overall, Hawkeye isn't a tortured antihero searching for redemption, he's still just affable Jeremy Renner trundling around looking grumpy. And the show mostly knows this, sticking him into action scenes that are more playful than perilous. Episode 2 in particular has both Clint and Kate engaged in mock combat that's fun to watch rather than hazardous to their health, a jaunty twist on the gritty action-scene-every-episode formula."[97]

Ben Travers of IndieWire gave the series a "C–", feeling that it was "more concerned with setting up Kate Bishop for future MCU phases than creating a problem worthy of two heroes' time".[98]

Documentary special

In February 2021, the documentary series Marvel Studios: Assembled was announced. The specials go behind the scenes of the making of the MCU films and television series with cast members and additional creatives.[99] A special for Hawkeye, featuring Renner, is intended to release on Disney+ on January 19, 2022.[99][100]

Spin-off

A spin-off series starring Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez / Echo was in early development for Disney+ by March 2021, with Etan Cohen and Emily Cohen set to write and executive produce.[101] Echo was officially announced in November 2021,[102] at which time it was revealed that Marion Dayre would serve as head writer.[40]

Notes

  1. ^ a b As depicted in the film Avengers: Endgame (2019).
  2. ^ As depicted in the film Black Widow (2021).

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