Jeremy Renner confirms that Hawkeye has finished filming at Disney Plus

Disney + series Hawkeye is officially over!

After starting filming late last year, Marvel star Jeremy Renner has now confirmed that his solo show is in a can – and we expect the right to aim.

In a post on Instagram Stories, Jeremy shared a selfie in the full ending of Hawkeye / Clint Barton. “Last day, for now,” the actor wrote. “This is not a goodbye, but see you soon.”

With a secret farewell, and The Avengers the star also thanked the cast, the crew and Marvel himself for bringing another MCU favorite to the small screen.

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In the meantime, in others Hawkeye news, a separate photo posted on a clip shared earlier this month appears to have revealed the depiction of Rinin’s vigilant man, samurai killer Clint Barton.

Suggesting that the Disney + series will cover Clint’s time as his pseudonym after Blip, Jeremy’s Endgamethe costume in the photo confirmed the suspicions Hailee Steinfeld had raised for the role of Kate Bishop, who took Hawkeye’s name in Young avengers comics.

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That’s not all, nor did Renner recently tease SHIELD’s return to MCU and the inclusion of an intriguing Hawkeye comic book store.

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