Hawkeye clip shows Clint Barton crafting arrows with Stark Tech

Marvel Studios is releasing a brand new Hawkeye TV spot featuring Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) making fictional arrows using Stark technology.

Clint Barton Creates New Arrows Using Stark Technology In Recently Released Version Hawk Eye TV spot. Jeremy Renner will star in his own solo MCU project for the first time since debuting as Clint Barton / Hawkeye in Kenneth Branagh. Thor in 2011. In the upcoming series, Clint is joined by a young hero in his adventures, as Hawk Eye will mark the MCU debut of Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop.

Following the events of the Infinity Saga, Hawkeye is one of the three remaining Founding Avengers who are still active in the MCU. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) both died in an effort to fight Thanos (Josh Brolin), while Captain America (Chris Evans) decided to turn back time and retire in Avengers: Endgame. That leaves fans with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), as well as the team’s resident shooter. Each of these heroes is set for their next franchise appearance, with Clint leading the new Disney + show from Marvel Studios, Hawk Eye, which will be released on November 24 with a two-episode special.


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In light of its impending release, Marvel Studios is stepping up its marketing campaign for Hawk Eye by deploying shorter clips. The latest TV spot in the series, shared by a Twitter user dano_cosmic, is a mix of old and new footage, but adds an interesting insight into Clint’s weaponry. One of the new moments involves the archer creating his trademark arrows using Stark technology. Watch the whole Hawk Eye TV spot below:

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Iron Man may already be dead in the MCU (at least in the Sacred Timeline), but his legacy lives on. Marvel Studios is even looking to fully explore its impact in a postAvengers: Endgame world with shows like Stone heart and Armor wars. Marketing of upcoming Disney + project confirms it will feature references to wider MCU events, including schemer Hamilton-Inspired by Steve Rogers musical. However, seeing Tony Stark’s technology continually assist his fellow heroes long after his death proves just how important he was to the operations of the Avengers. Despite the arrogant demeanor of the genius billionaire, he was very generous in terms of sharing resources with the team. Chances are, Clint has had these Stark Tech mini rockets in his possession for a long time, maybe Tony personally gave him himself. Given that, it will be interesting to see if the archer has an unlimited number of special arrows, or just the few seen in this clip.

With Steve and Tony confirmed to be featured in Hawk Eye, it will be interesting to see if other heroes from the MCU will be mentioned as well. Connecting the series to Black Widow has already been confirmed, given the appearance of Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh). It remains to be seen if more Avengers like Thor and Hulk will appear. Admittedly, it might be difficult to include the pair, as it could spoil their future MCU stories. If Thor and Hulk aren’t appearing in the new Disney + project, there’s a good chance fans will be wondering why they haven’t come to lend a hand to Clint on his latest adventure.

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Source: Marvel Studios (via @dano_cosmic/ Twitter)

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