Hawkeye premiered on Disney+ on November 24, and the two-episode launch has already sparked interest in the new show. Even those who don’t consider Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) to be one of their favorite Avengers will love his current adventure, whether it’s due to the Christmas themes, the focus on his time as Ronin, or the arrival of fan-favorite Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld). And, as the holidays approach, Clint and Kate have a lot on their plates. When will fans be able to see them perform again? Here (tvacute.com) find out when episode 3 titled “Echoes” of Hawkeye will be released, as well as what to expect from episode 3 of the Disney+ series.
Hawkeye Episode 3 Spoilers
Hawkeye’s third installment promises to introduce Alaqua Cox’s Echo into the mix, so fans won’t want to miss it. It may also provide answers to some of the major issues posed in the debut, especially as it will mark the series’ midway point. The hero and villain appear to be in the middle of a fight (above photo). It’s unclear where they’re fighting, but Kate is suited for battle, so if this is Echo’s safe home from Hawkeye episode 2, we may infer Kate is on her way to save the day.
At the end of episode 2, Alaqua Cox’s character Echo was introduced as a mysterious figure. With both Clint Barton and Kate being held captive by the Tracksuit Mafia, it appears Echo has unfinished business with the Ronin identity — Kate may have mistakenly assumed the mantle, but it was Hawkeye’s during Avengers: Endgame. However, Echo was the first individual to bear the name in Marvel comics. At the moment, it’s unclear what Echo expects from Hawkeye and Kate. The episode was directed by Bert and Bertie and written by Katie Mathewson & Tanner Bean.
Hawkeye Episode 3 Synopsis: After escaping a new threat, Clint and Kate join forces against an expanding criminal conspiracy.
Hawkeye Episode 3 Release Date
Hawkeye Episode 3 will be released on December 1, just one week after the first two installments. When it comes to when fans may watch Disney+, the streaming service releases new material in the early hours of the morning. It’s a good bet to look for Hawkeye at 12:01 a.m. PT, or 3:01 a.m. ET.
Following Hawkeye’s near-two-hour runtime across its first two episodes, a new rumor swiftly emerging online may not be what fans of the program expected to hear. Amit Chaudhari, a Rising source, tweeted on Sunday that Episodes Three and Four of the Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld-starring series would be only 80 minutes long.
— Amit Chaudhari (@5150Aamrit) November 28, 2021
Hawkeye Premiere Recap
Kate Bishop’s origins are shown in the first episode of Hawkeye, where she witnesses the Battle of New York firsthand and is saved by Hawkeye himself, albeit inadvertently on his side. Clint Barton spends time with his family downtown in the present day as they prepare to return home for Christmas. In another storey, a grown-up Kate attends a charity gala with her mother, where she discovers an underground auction and eventually finds the Ronin outfit. Clint spots her after some crime-fighting, and the two archers meet.
In Hawkeye Episode 2, The Tracksuit Mafia attacks Bishop as he returns Barton to her apartment. The Ronin costume is left behind when the couple is forced to flee. Barton sends his children back home after transferring to Bishop’s aunt’s vacationing apartment, vowing to return by Christmas Day. At a LARP event, he leads Bishop to her office, then recovers the Ronin outfit from a firefighter named Grills. Bishop later fails to persuade Eleanor of Duquesne’s role in Armand’s death. She tries to reach Barton after challenging Duquesne to a fencing battle, unaware that he has been kidnapped by the Tracksuit Mafia. She locates Barton but is kidnapped herself, and the gang tells their boss, Maya Lopez, of Barton and Bishop’s incarceration.
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