A new trailer reveals Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld's Hawkeye will premiere with two episodes on Disney+.
The trailer kicks off with Clint Barton declaring to his family that they will have the best Christmas ever. Part of his plans involves taking the family to New York to see Rogers The Musical, a stage play that appears to be based on Captain America and the Avengers. We then find out Clint is telling this story to Kate Bishop, as we're also introduced to the Track Suit Mafia/Draculas.
Linda Cardellini even makes an appearance as Laura Barton, as she asks Clint if he's going to need more days in New York to solve a case with Kate. A new scene that wasn't shown in Hawkeye's first trailer features Clint squaring off with the Tracksuit Draculas as they emerge out of a white van. "Probably should have brought more guys," Clint says. Unfortunately, once even more members make their presence known, he can only reply with, "Oh, good. You did," before he's hit in the stomach with a baseball bat.
We end with Clint and Kate on the run in his car while he reveals the archery duo are out of regular arrows. This leaves them with trick arrows, which Kate puts to use by shooting one at a "Trust-a-Bro" van, sending it in the air with an explosion. "There are arrows more dangerous than that one?" she asks as Andy Williams' "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" plays in the background.
The two-episode premiere of Hawkeye was not known until the release of this new trailer, but it follows a similar release strategy for WandaVision, which also debuted with dual episodes in January. Hawkeye will consist of six episodes total in Season 1.
There have been rumors Hawkeye will enlist Vincent D'Onofrio to reprise his Wilson Fisk/Kingpin role from Netflix's Daredevil. However, the actor isn't ready to confirm anything yet. "Silly to look deeper into the little pieces I write," D'Onofrio tweeted after fans started scouring his Twitter likes looking for any clues to his return in Hawkeye. "I've been writing them for years now. Although I appreciate the fandom. Because I loved playing him in @daredevil."
On the other hand, D'Onofrio has also publicly stated how he would love to play Kingpin again. "I do take it as a compliment. I so badly want to play that character again," D'Onofrio said. "I love that character. I just have to wait for Marvel to ask me. I think it's very clear that I would, and the fans know that I would jump at the chance to play again. I just need to be asked."
Hawkeye premieres with two episodes Nov. 24 on Disney+.
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