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The Disney Plus series will deal with a key narrative element from Marvel’s comics, according to Hawkeye actor Jeremy Renner: Clint Barton will experience hearing loss during the series.
“Hard of hearing, yeah,” Renner confirmed to talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. “That was implemented, which is great. We used the comics a lot for the look and basis of the show.”
This was predicted by fans after sightings of Renner and Hailee Steinfeld, who plays a Hawkeye Kate Bishop in the series, outside a hearing clinic on the set.
It’s one of Hawkeye’s key stories that hasn’t been shown on screen. Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye comics run has gotten a lot of praise, according to the program.
When asked about the show’s timeline, Renner said that it takes place after Captain America: Civil War, which is excellent news for fans attempting to watch the Marvel Studios movies in order this holiday season.
“It’s current. I can tell you it takes place as it’s released – it’s kind of a holiday event, if you will, it takes place in New York over the span of the time it’s being released,” Renner explained.
“Not that it’s in real-time or anything, but it just takes place over a week in New York over Christmas.”
The streamer will air Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which features the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia Organa alongside Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Lupita Nyong’o, and Daisy Ridley.
Daisy Ridley’s storyline concludes in episode 8 of season 7 with her fight against Kylo Ren whilst Finn has a showdown with Supreme Leader Snoke. Season 3 is set to debut on Disney Plus on December 14th.
In many ways, Hawkeye’s MCU arc resembles the implausibly lengthy and complicated backstories that follow characters around in comic books.
He’s a seasoned soldier who took part in the Battle of New York, fought with Tony Stark and his associates during Civil War, and killed numerous criminals after his family vanished as a result of the Thanos snap – oh, and he traveled through time himself to assist stop Thanos, witnessing his best friend perish as a consequence.
That’s a lot of stuff for one character in one series of movies, and this series appears to reset things somewhat, even if it clearly acknowledges his time butchering people in the underworld.
His life has now settled down, pitching this spin-off as a comedy-focused standalone series with a Christmas theme rather than murdering an entire block of Yakuza gangsters.
The longer the MCU goes on, the weirder and more complicated each character’s life will become, particularly for the older superheroes — it’s arguably why retiring Iron Man and Captain America when they did makes sense.
How many Clint Barton tales remain to be seen, but this series demonstrates that if a character finds himself in a darker place than the audience anticipated, it’s not out of the question to reset the situation.
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