The Hawkeye Disney+ series title sequence has been revealed. The footage was first unveiled at this year's San Diego Comic-Con over the summer. Jeremy Renner is returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Clint Barton for the small screen in what is just one of the many MCU shows hitting Disney's new streaming service. Kevin Feige officially revealed the news over the summer after the show had been rumored for months. As with anything Marvel Studios does, details about the upcoming series are being kept under wraps for the time being.
In the Hawkeye title sequence, we see Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton in silhouette form along with his protégé Kate Bishop. It is believed that Hailey Steinfeld will take on the role of Bishop, though that has not been confirmed at this time. The title sequence for the Disney+ series has some serious James Bond vibes, mainly The Spy Who Loved Me. There's also some shades of the original Charlie's Angels TV series too, which gives it a colorful look.
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige says he was initially nervous to tell Jeremy Renner that the Hawkeye project was going to be a TV series instead of a movie. Before the show was even an idea, Renner was under contract for a standalone movie. This is why Feige hesitated for a moment before telling the actor. "He totally got it and said, "Let's do it," ' Feige recalls." Renner seems very excited to be getting his own Disney+ show, along with the rest of the MCU roster, who are happy to continue their stories.
Marvel Studios is really taking to the Disney+ streaming service. Hawkeye is currently in pre-production, along with Loki, Ms. Marvel, What If...?, She-Hulk, and Moon Knight. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is currently in production, as is WandaVision. There's going to be a lot more MCU than ever before with the new small screen additions, which fans are pretty curious about. However, if they are anything like The Mandalorian, they will at the very least look like full scale Hollywood productions meant for the big screen. Knowing Marvel Studios, these shows are going to have to be pretty massive.
In order to follow everything that's going on with the MCU on the big screen, one is going to have to watch the Disney+ shows, meaning a subscription will be necessary. The MCU is all connected and Kevin Feige says that the shows will be no different. One of the key examples Feige chose to use was the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness movie, which Scarlet Witch will have a large part in. The studio head also revealed that Loki will fit into the Doctor Strange sequel too. There's a lot going on in the MCU at the moment and it's going to be very interesting to see how it all pans out. You can check out the Hawkeye title sequence below, thanks to the MCU Direct Twitter account.