New promo art for Disney+’s Hawkeye offers the clearest look at the costumes Kate Bishop and Clint Barton will wear in the Marvel series.
Leaked promo art for Disney+’s upcoming hawkeye offers a clear look at the costumes of the two titular archers.
Twitter user @CreamOrScream shared promotional art for the Marvel series, which arrives in November. In addition to what appears to be merch designs, there are detailed looks at the costumes Kate Bishop and Clint Barton will be wearing during the show. Kate’s outfit pays tribute to the comics’ color scheme, although it’s much less purple than the source material. Still, it looks brighter than Clint’s MCU suits, but his costume for the show will finally add some more of his signature color.
While the images are clear and detailed, they are also illustrated merchandise designs. But a recent one hawkeye photo offered a live-action look at the duo, albeit with much more obscuring shadows.
“There’s the family man we portrayed – a more serious character who is no-nonsense and goes through what he has to do to accomplish the mission,” executive producer Trinh Tran said when the image was shared. “But here he’s up against Kate, who is super energetic – and sometimes annoying. It’s putting the two together and seeing what comes out of that.”
The first hawkeye trailer also gave some good looks at Kate’s costume. The young hero will debut in the MCU when the show arrives next month, and she’ll likely take over the mantle of Clint – especially now that Marvel Studios is clearly building a Young Avengers project.
In addition to the arrival of favorite Kate Bishop, the Disney+ show will see the superhero Echo and the evil Swordmaster join the MCU. There have also been numerous rumors that Vincent D’Onofrio will reprise his role as Kingpin from daredevil, officially becoming part of the main Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the actor has downplayed and fueled the rumors at various points, he has also been pretty clear that he wants to play Wilson Fisk again.
“I want to play that character again,” D’Onofrio said last month. “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 I would take the chance to play again. I just need to be asked .”
hawkeye debuts on Disney+ November 24.
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