The Marvel Cinematic Universe is just beginning its expansion into Phase 4. Starting with WandaVision , and continuing with nearly two handfuls of other projects the rest of the year , many of them still deep into the filming process.
One of those is the Jeremy Renner-led Hawkeye series on Disney+, which will be the original Avenger’s first starring role in the MCU. Not much is known about the plot of this series yet; although, part of his journey will entail taking on a mentor role to Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop before she takes over the Hawkeye mantle.
Behind-the-scenes looks at this new series have come pretty regularly since filming began late last year. This includes a new one in a social media blast from one of its stars.
HAWKEYE COSTUMES SHOWN OFF
In a new Instagram story , Hawkeye star Fra Fee shared a look at a behind-the-scenes setup for the upcoming Disney+ series. It’s mostly dark, but faint outlines of costumes can be seen. This appears to be on a soundstage in which the cast will be doing interviews near their indoor sets.
The full picture can be seen below:
A TEASE OF MORE TO COME?
While this photo doesn't show off a lot in terms of plot details, it gives a nice view into an area that almost every show/movie uses for footage taken during production.
Marvel projects nearly always come with a great deal of behind-the-scenes footage, including alternate views of shooting and interviews with the cast and crew. This shot from Fra Fee is likely his own look at this area, potentially before he sits down for some chats of his own.
The Hawkeye series is deep into production, and while many plot details are still in the dark, the hype is slowly building for the master archer's first solo project . The series will have more than its fair share of mystery, with Clint Barton taking on a new role as a meting, expanding on his role as a family man and an Avenger .
Hopefully, this image from the actor behind the Clown is one in a continuing trend of looks into the set while shooting and production continue . Hawkeye is set to premiere on Disney+ in late 2021, coming as the last MCU Disney+ show in this year's slate.