If we look back at the first 10 years of the Marvel universe, we see that practically all the superheroes that are part of the first group of Avengers have had their own solo films and even sagas.
The only ones who had been left out of this equation were the Hulk, Black Widow, whose solo film we hope will be released one day, and Hawkeye, which was going to have its own feature film until Marvel changed its mind, such as The Hollywood Reporter magazine has revealed.
In an interesting article on the future of Marvel both in film and television, the publication has revealed the information offered by a source from the studios themselves: “at first the studio reached an agreement with Jeremy Renner to interpret Avengers her character in a solo film of Hawkeye, before changing the project and turn it into a series for Disney + “.
A decision for which many are happy, because in a movie the stories are reduced, on many occasions, to simple two-hour anecdotes, on the other hand, in a series, not only will we be able to get to know Hawkeye better, but his legacy will be able to be transmitted much more thoroughly to Kate Bishop, whom we will meet for the first time on-screen played by Hailee Steinfield after many comings and goings.
The Hawkeye series is expected to premiere later this year.