Since March, filming has been on hold around the globe due to the Coronavirus, but things are slowly starting to get moving, as places begin to reopen filming
The upcoming Marvel Studios series, Hawkeye, was set to begin filming this year and according to the latest information from the Production Weekly update, filming is due to begin on September 28th at the Pinewood Studios in Atlanta. Filming had been expected to start in July and back in early March, Hawkeye actor Jermey Renner shared on social media that he would begin stretching to get prepared for the upcoming series. The series is going by the working title of “Anchor Point”.
The story is due to focus on Clint Barton, a non-superpowered hero, trying to teach another hero with an affinity for the bow, Kate Bishop, how to be a hero with no super powers. Hailee Steinfeld is still considered to be in the running to play “Kate Bishop”, though nothing has officially been revealed about her being in the series and its unclear if she will be able to make the series due to existing contracts with Apple TV.
Hawkeye is going to be written by Tanner Bean, along with Jonathan Igla, who will also acting as the shows producer. No Disney+ release date has yet been officially announced, though its thought it will arrive in late 2021.
If you can’t wait to see the new Hawkeye series, you can find Hawkeye in a number of Marvel movies that are available on Disney+ right now including Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Endgame.
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