Directing duo Bert & Bertie offer an update on the post-production process of Disney+’s upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series Hawkeye.
Directing duo Bert & Bertie have offered an update on the post-production process of Disney+’s upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe series Hawkeye. Developed by Mad Men alum Jonathan Igla, the series will further explore the backstory of the Stan Lee and Don Heck-created archer. Jeremy Renner returns to the titular role and will lead a cast including Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, and Tony Dalton. The show will mark the MCU debuts of Kate Bishop and Echo, with Hailee Steinfeld and Alaqua Cox portraying the heroes, respectively.
Exact plot details are still unknown regarding the latest MCU series, but it is set in a post-Avengers: Endgame landscape and will see Renner’s Clint Barton begin training Steinfeld’s Bishop to take over the Hawkeye mantle. The series will also explore Barton’s time as the vigilante Ronin, briefly seen in the epic conclusion of the Infinity Saga. While fans are thoroughly excited for the debut of Bishop, Marvel Studios has shown its faith in the project early with a spinoff series centered on Cox’s Echo already in development.
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Directors Bert & Bertie took to Instagram over the weekend to share with fans the news that post-production on the Disney+ MCU series has officially wrapped. Posting a photo of some tasty-looking cookies, the duo shared their appreciation for editors Rosanne Tan and Tim Roche and the rest of Marvel’s post-production team for helping them and the rest of the directors put together their cuts. Check out Bert & Bertie’s heartwarming post below:
With filming having only just wrapped over a month ago on the series, it’s rather impressive to learn that the assembly of director’s cuts on the episodes has already been completed. While we still don’t know how many episodes the series will have, the quicker post-production cycle seems to indicate it either began early in an effort to make its late 2021 premiere or the show was not in need of as much visual effects work as other MCU projects. That being said, it’s more likely the former is true, given Marvel’s careful planning of development, production, and releases for its projects.
Now that the cuts are assembled and the premiere of Loki is coming up, fans should be able to look forward to glimpses at Disney+’s Hawkeye coming over the next few months. Looking back at the Disney+ MCU release cycle, more images and trailers for Falcon and the Winter Soldier arrived as WandaVision got underway, making it all the more likely the studio will begin unveiling material for the Renner-fronted series soon. Not to mention, with four more movies and three new series on the way, Marvel fans have a lot to look forward to as the year goes on.
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