In May of 2019, Kevin Feige took to the San Diego Comic-Con stage to announce that one of the founding members of the Avengers, Hawkeye, would get his own series on Disney+. The series will star Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton and see him team up with another iconic archer from Marvel Comics, Kate Bishop, who will be portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld. In terms of release date, all we know is that the series is set to release at some point in late 2021. But thanks to a recent social media post from another Marvel Studios actress, we now have a potential idea of when the series could drop on Disney+.
Lauren Ridloff, who is currently set to portray Makkari in the upcoming Marvel Studios’ Eternals, took to Instagram to post this picture of her alongside Alaqua Cox, who was cast as Maya Lopez, aka Echo, in the upcoming Hawkeye series with the caption: “Echo and Makkari looking at you, Fall of 2021″. This caption is particularly significant given that we now have a far more approximate estimate of when we could expect Hawkeye to debut on Disney+. Having a Fall of 2021 release date would place Hawkeye to release sometime between September and November. With What If…? and Ms. Marvel still slated to debut sometime before Hawkeye this year, it’s more likely than not aiming for a November release date alongside Marvel Studios’ Eternals, similar to how the Disney+ series Loki and Marvel Studios’ Black Widow have overlapping releases in July.