A Tweet from Hailee Steinfeld has fans thinking that Hawkeye season 2 is in the works.

By Douglas Helm | Published

Hailee Steinfeld took to Twitter over the weekend to leave a very mysterious Tweet for fans about a project finally underway. Fans were quick to assume Steinfeld was referring to her return as Kate Bishop in Hawk Eye A season 2 since a second season has not been officially announced. Although Marvel gave no indication of a second season of the series when they laid out their plans for Phases 5 and 6, it might just fill in one of the mysterious Phase 6 slots that didn’t. no specific project.

That being said, Hawk Eye Season 2 is far from the only project that Hailee Steinfeld could refer to. Steinfeld is involved in many franchises including Transformers, Esotericand the Sony Spiderverse animated movies. She also recently released a new single featuring Anderson .Paak with a lyric video, so she might be referring to a possible music video to go along with the song.

Still, that doesn’t mean fans won’t jump at any chance of Hawk Eye Season 2 is happening. The series was a solid addition to the MCU and many loved seeing Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye, Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova, Alaqua Cox’s Echo, Steinfeld’s portrayal of Kate Bishop, and Vincent D’Onofrio’s dramatic reintroduction of Wilson Fisk at the MCU. The ending definitely left things open for more adventures with Kate Bishop, so you have to imagine that a second season of the show is in the cards.

Fans were particularly wary of the possibility of Hawk Eye Season 2 after Disney submission Hawk Eye at the Emmys in the Outstanding Comedy Series category rather than the Limited Series category. If there were no potential plans for a second season, Disney would likely have gone with the limited series slot instead. While this move by Disney doesn’t necessarily guarantee a second season, it does mean it’s not out of the question.

Even though there is no Hawk Eye Season 2, it’s extremely likely that we’ll see more of Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop in future MCU projects. One of the main rumors is that she will be part of a Young Avengers project that will put her with other characters like Ms. Marvel, Cassie Lang, Ironheart, and various other potential candidates. Of course, it also seems possible that she’ll appear in the next big Avengers crossover events, with Avengers: Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars.

Waiting to know whether or not Hawk Eye Season 2 will ever come to fruition, we can expect to see more of several characters from the first season of Hawk Eye. Alaqua Cox will star in his own solo Echo series which should also bring back Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin/Wilson Fisk. Meanwhile, we can definitely expect to see Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova again when she stars in the anti-hero team-up movie. Love at first sight in 2024.

If you want to catch up on the first season of Hawk Eye, you can check it out on Disney+. You can also stream the entire first season of the latest Disney+ Marvel series She-Hulk. For the next big Marvel movie, you can check out Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in theaters November 11.