‘Hawkeye’: Jeremy Renner Announces The Disney+ Series Has Wrapped Filming

While the series finale of The Falcon & The Winter Soldier will hit Disney+ this Friday, Marvel Studios has a wave of other live-action shows on the horizon this year. Next-up will be Tom Hiddleston’s Loki series on June 11, 2021 with Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye debuting in late 2021.

It looks like filming on the Hawkeye series has officially wrapped today, according a new social media post from Jeremy Renner’s Instagram account.

Production kicked-off last year in New York City before moving over to Marvel’s filming hub in Atlanta. This post feels like the actor saying goodbye to the Avenger role but we don’t know if Barton will be sticking around for future projects or if this series will the final stretch for Renner and Hawkeye. He first played Hawkeye in a small cameo for 2011’s Thor before taking a supporting role in The Avengers the following year.

Renner’s Clint Barton will be mentoring a young protege named Kate Bishop played by Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld (Dickinson, True Grit, Bumblebee). The heroine eventually joins the ranks of the Young Avengers, a potential new team in the MCU that is slowly being assembled which each new project.

While something like Loki is being lined-up to get multiple seasons it’s unclear if Hawkeye will be a one-off or not.

Marvel Studios seems impressed enough with the show to already be moving forward with a spinoff show featuring the deaf Native-American character Maya Lopez aka Echo played by Alaqua Cox with Etan Cohen and Emily Cohen overseeing it. Echo first appeared in the Daredevil comic books and also took on the persona of Ronin, just like Clint Barton.

Other Disney+ shows officially on deck include She-Hulk, Moon Knight, Armor Wars, Secret Invasion, Ironheart, and a Black Panther/Wakanda series from Ryan Coogler.

As mentioned at the top, Hawkeye is expected to debut on Disney+ later this year and we should get some sort of trailer by the summer.


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