Hailee Steinfeld compares Kate Bishop, who plays Hawkeye, with Dickinson

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Hailee Steinfeld compares to play Kate Bishop Hawkeye For young poets Dickinson. Created by Alena Smith for Apple TV+, season one Dickinson It premiered in 2019 with the debut of the streaming service itself. It was quickly renewed for a sophomore season, and now, Dickinson Season 3 is the final season and is scheduled to air on November 5. Starring Stanfield, the play explored the 19th century society with the sensibility and tone of millennials, and received rave reviews.

Dickinson Not the only series starring Stanfield this November, the other is Hawkeye On Disney+.The Marvel show was set after the incident Avengers: Endgame As a famous MCU archer Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), he returned to New York City with his family and spent a fun Christmas, but when he faced the enemy of the Ronin in the past, He was in trouble. Button was then forced to join forces with a young super fan named Kate Bishop, played by Stanfield in her MCU debut.

Now, in an interview Screen roar, Stanfield talked about her Marvel role not too different from the bold writer she has always played Dickinson In the past three years. Stanfield described the young poet she played as “Strong, determined, independent, and motivated female character“This makes the transition to playing Kate Bishop a little easier, because she has many of the same qualities. Read what Stanfield must say below:

I am very happy to stop playing a role like Emily Dickinson in the past three years-and because I feel that I have spent a lot of time with her in this very strong, determined, independent and motivated female role. ——It is very exciting for me to become a person with the same qualities. Entering the world of Kate Bishop and entering the world of the Marvel universe is absolutely incredible, to say the least, it is a roller coaster ride, I can’t wait for the show to come out.

After she played a groundbreaking role in the Coen Brothers movie when she was 13 years old True courage (She was nominated for an Oscar for this reason), Stanfield went on to star in many outstanding protagonists, such as adult dramas The edge of seventeen with bumblebee. Her career will definitely take off in a bigger way, because she has been selected to the MCU and may take over as Hawkeye as Kate Bishop.

Although Emily Dickinson and Kate Bishop may not seem to have much in common at first glance, it is certainly difficult to argue with Steinfeld’s assessment.The Christmas atmosphere and dynamics between Clint and Kate are the two most anticipated parts Hawkeye exhibit.From here Dickinson It does make Steinfeld’s transition easier, but when Kate tries to win Clint’s approval and become his successor, she will still do the work for her.



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