Hawk Eye served to introduce the new bearer of that mantle, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), and explore part of Clint Barton’s (Jeremy Renner) family life and past. Through them, a more street version of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was shown. The production also gives rise to two other productions: Daredevil: Born Again and Threw out. About the latter, there is news, but it is not good.
During Hawk Eye, Kate Bishop and Clint Barton must face Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox). She is also known as Threw out, who is related to the Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio). The adaptation presented this character as one shot through with confusion and manipulation. His progressive transformation, towards a figure free of those aspects, is the narrative starting point for his next series, entitled by the same name, Threw out.
However, according to what has been learned, the first feelings in relation to the series were not entirely satisfactory for Kevin Feige. The main person in charge of Marvel Cinematic Universe He would have asked to re-record a good part of the production before the series is released on November 29, 2023 through the Disney + platform.
Kevin Feige, Threw out and the need to re-record scenes
The above was learned through Jeff Sneider, who leads the podcast The Hot Mic. The communicator revealed that Kevin Feige’s first impression of Threw out he just didn’t like it. To the point of considering that the production could not be released without taking new shots because it is “plagued with problems.”
According to Sneider: “I heard that the show was plagued with problems during production, that it was a disaster, and that the production outcome is so bad that they basically had to reshoot everything.”
What is the background to this scenario and how much of production was affected? According to Sneider, the framework was as follows: “They told me that they originally recorded eight episodes and [Kevin Feige] He thought that it could not be released like this. This is why they talked about reducing it to four episodes or six. They then reshot them, so my source doesn’t actually know how many episodes they ended up with. But yeah, apparently [la serie] It needed an adjustment from top to bottom and Kevin wasn’t happy.”
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Within the organization chart of the next series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, before Threw out it’s found secret invasion. Judging by the urban and espionage tone of both productions, the franchise is directing this type of content to low-profile figures or characters that previously did not have as much space in the movies.
In addition to Alaqua Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio, part of the cast of this production is made up of Charlie Cox, Zahn McClarnon, Devery Jacobs, Cody Lightning, Chaske Spencer, Tantoo Cardinal and Graham Greene.