Just recently, we finally got our first look at the upcoming Hawkeye Disney+ series. The big surprise was that the series is fully committing to a holiday-inspired theme, as Clint uncovers a young Kate Bishop using his old Ronin persona. It also leads to them ending in conflict with the Tracksuit mafia, as Clint tries to make it back to his family before Christmas. Of course, the trailer included a very popular Christmas song and we don’t know what the soundtrack will be. Yet, it seems that composer Christophe Beck may have hinted at his involvement with the project.
Beck took to Twitter to share the official poster alongside the new release date. He doesn’t leave any comments on the series or sharing how excited he is for the project, which makes many think that he’s advertising his involvement with the project. He’s no stranger to working with Marvel studios, as he was behind the iconic soundtrack for their first Disney+ venture WandaVision, Ant-Man, and its sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp.
The composer had a pretty busy year, as his latest project Free Guy also recently hit theatres. What’s curious is that Beck seems to have a love for winter-themed projects. His filmography includes both Frozen titles for Disney and Netflix’s two The Christmas Chronicles films. It’s always curious to see trends in a composer’s work that hints at what type of stories they enjoy working on. Still, Christophe Beck‘s work is quite diverse with projects ranging from Pitch Perfect, Edge of Tomorrow to The Peanuts Movie. It’ll be interesting to see what touch he’ll bring to what may be the last Marvel Disney+ series for 2021.