HAWKEYE: New Promo Stills Spotlight Echo, Eleanor Bishop, Swordsman, And More

HAWKEYE: New Promo Stills Spotlight Echo, Eleanor Bishop, Swordsman, And More

Disney+ has debuted some new promo images for the upcoming Hawkeye series, giving us another look at Clint Barton, Kate Bishop, Echo, and several supporting characters. Check them out after the jump.

Marvel Studios' next Disney+ series, Hawkeye, is set to premiere in just over a week's time, and the streamer has now debuted 8 new promo stills spotlighting most of the show's main players.

In addition to another look at Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) suited-up in their superhero costumes, we have a new shot of Kate's criminal mother Eleanor Bishop (Vera Farmiga) alongside Jack Duquesne, aka Swordsman (Tony Dalton), as well as a new look at Alaqua Cox as Echo.

Check out the new images below along with a better quality version of a recently released poster.

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In related news, director Rhys Thomas was asked how Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) will factor into the series and whether we will see Natasha Romanoff's sister and the man she believes to be responsible for Black Widow's death, Clint Barton, come to blows.

"I can't speak to that," he said to Games Radar, before suggesting that the pair won't exactly see eye to eye. "But yes, we know their past, and obviously what happened in Endgame. We know in these first two episodes that Clint's dealing with the fallout of that. But in terms of how they meet, I can't – I'll just pretend I don't know. Imagine it's a happy meeting, where they talk over coffee and work things out."

"Set in post-blip New York City, former Avenger Clint Barton has a seemingly simple mission: get back to his family for Christmas. Possible? Maybe with the help of Kate Bishop, a 22-year-old archer with dreams of becoming a Super Hero. The two are forced to work together when a presence from Barton’s past threatens to derail far more than the festive spirit."

Also starring Fra Fee, Zahn McClarnon, and Brian d’Arcy James, Hawkeye is set to debut exclusively on Disney+ on November 24.

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