Hawkeye Shares Greatest Key Art Ever: Lucky the Pizza Dog (& Humans)

With only a week to go until Marvel Studios and Disney+'s Jeremy Renner & Hailee Steinfeld-starring Hawkeye hits streaming screens and with today being the day of the week that the streamer has officially claimed as its new content day, we had a feeling we would be getting something special. Previously, we had new looks at Renner's Clint Barton, Steinfeld's Kate Bishop, Alaqua Cox's Maya Lopez (aka Echo, who's getting their own spinoff series), Vera Farmiga's Eleanor Bishop, Kate's mother; and Tony Dalton's Jack Duquesne (possibly aka Swordsman). Then, we had a fun gift wrapping face-off between our Steinfeld and Renner to determine who the real "bow master" was (you're welcome). But this time around, we're venturing back into key art territory with new looks at Renner's Barton and Steinfeld's Bishop. But if we're being honest? Today is all about the recipient of the greatest key art the studio and streamer have ever released: Lucky the Pizza Dog:

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Image: Marvel Studios
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Image: Marvel Studios
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Image: Marvel Studios

With the Marvel Studios series taking aim at Disney+ for a two-episode premiere on November 24th, here's a look back at the official trailer for Hawkeye, followed by the sneak preview that was released last week on ABC's Good Morning America:

Renner and Steinfeld are being joined on Hawkeye by a pretty impressive line-up of names. Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel) is set as Eleanor Bishop, mother of Kate Bishop (Steinfeld), while Fra Fee (The Spanish Princess) is set to play Kazi (most likely short for Kazimierz Kazimierczak) aka mercenary villain Clown in the comics. Tony Dalton's (Better Call Saul) Jack Duquesne (aka Swordsman?), a possible mentor for Hawkeye who has lived on both sides of the law throughout this comic book career. Florence Pugh will reprise the role of spy and assassin Yelena Belova, sister of Black Widow, from the Scarlett Johansson-starring film Black Widow. Alaqua Cox's Maya Lopez (aka Echo) is a deaf Native American who is capable of perfectly copying another person's movements, making her a formidable fighter. Zahn McClarnon's (Barkskins) William Lopez is expected to be a take on Maya's father Willie "Crazy Horse" Lincoln from the comics. Directors Bert & Bertie (Troop Zero, Kidding) are helming the live-action adaptation.

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About Ray Flook

Serving as Television Editor since 2018, Ray began five years earlier as a contributing writer/photographer before being brought onto the core BC team in 2017.
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