Friday, 17 January, 2020

'Hawkeye' Series Casts Hailee Steinfeld as MCU Kate Bishop

Hawkeye Series Hailee Steinfeld 'Hawkeye' Series Casts Hailee Steinfeld as MCU Kate Bishop
Adrian Cunningham | 10 September, 2019, 23:57

The Hawkeye restricted collection will see Jeremy Renner reprising his function as Clint Barton, with the story additionally set to introduce his protege Kate Bishop. Based on brief glimpses in the trailers, some fans speculated that this role might be filled by Clint's daughter in Avengers: Endgame.

Steinfeld has yet to officially accept the role, and Hawkeye is not scheduled to premiere until late 2021, so - patience is a virtue. Starring in the series would likely represent a long-term relationship with Marvel studios and it is reasonable to assume that the Bishop character would eventually spin off into either her own standalone series or even appear in the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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A new member is ready to join the Avengers family. She has nailed every role she has signed on to be, and would definitely be a valued addition to the MCU. After all, we've seen some other actors being in talks for different superhero roles at various points over the years (perhaps most notably Joaquin Phoenix for Doctor Strange) to ultimately part ways with the projects.

There've been reports about a Hawkeye series happening for a while now, but it wasn't made official until San Diego Comic-Con. But for right now, I'm going to rewatch The Edge of Seventeen and cry over how much I love Hailee Steinfeld. And better yet, we also now know who might be playing her: Bumblebee star Hailee Steinfeld. She will also star in the upcoming Apple series "Dickinson", in which she will play the famous 19th century poet Emily Dickinson.