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Renner lays out his stretching regiment to get in shape for his Disney+ series

Despite being the subject of cancellation reports, the Disney+ Hawkeye series is still on course to bring joy to the masses sometime in 2021. Aside from the aforementioned rumours, news about the series has been limited … but thanks to Clint Barton himself, it would appear that the series will be in front of the cameras sooner rather than later.

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Jeremy Renner recently took to his Instagram story and posted a picture of the Hawkeye Disney+ logo along with the caption “Time To Start Stretching.” The screencap from his timeline can be seen via the tweet below.


The Hawkeye series was initially announced by Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige at San Diego Comic-Con last year. During the announcement, Feige went on to confirm that fan-favourite Kate Bishop will be introduced into the MCU via the series. According to reports, Kate Bishop is rumoured to be introduced as Barton’s understudy before assuming the mantle of Hawkeye, but this has yet to be confirmed by any verifiable source.  It has also been reported that ‘Bumblebee star Hailee Steinfeld has been approached for the role, but scheduling conflicts with her Apple TV series, Dickinson could curtail her involvement from the off.

So what do you guys think? Are you excited for Hawkeye? Should Hailee Steinfeld sign on to play Kate Bishop? Share your thoughts in the comments section.


Until next time … Avengers Assemble!


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