A new Uncle Buck-inspired fan poster replaces its main cast with Hawkeye and Daredevil’s Marvel Cinematic Universe characters. Wonder Studios’ most recent Disney+ series Hawkeye is the MCU’s first Christmas event. The series follows Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and his superfan/protégée Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) as they endeavor to free themselves of the Ronin persona and battle the Tracksuit Mafia and Maya Lopez/Echo (Alaqua Cox) in NYC during the Christmas season. Scene 3, “Reverberations,” started with a flashback to when Echo was a youngster and prodded the genuine head of the Tracksuit Mafia by means of a black suit and a recognizable laugh. While accepted by numerous individuals to be Daredevil’s Wilson Fisk/Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio), this person has simply been alluded to as “Uncle.”

Craftsman Butcher Billy on Instagram as of late shared a Hawkeye fan poster inspired by Uncle Buck. The piece, named “Uncle Fisk,” sees D’Onofrio’s Kingpin wielding a Marvel-embellished bag at Clint, Kate, and Daredevil/Matt Murdock’s doorstep. Look at it underneath:

Since the time Disney/Marvel Studios cut off its friendship with Netflix and ABC, crowds have contemplated whether and when characters like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Ironfist, Punisher, and Daredevil would be introduced to the MCU. Given the dearest status of all of Marvel’s Netflix shows, and Daredevil specifically, Charlie Cox and D’Onofrio’s characters have been at the focal point of this discussion. Hypothesis spun out of control that Fisk would show up in Hawkeye and that Murdock may appearance as Peter Parker’s legal advisor in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Since Kingpin has been prodded in Hawkeye, it’s inevitable before Daredevil shows his face/cover—Marvel Studios’ President Kevin Feige as of late affirmed that Cox is the MCU’s Daredevil.

Both Kingpin and Daredevil have associations with Echo in the funnies. Kingpin’s uncover in Hawkeye might lead straightforwardly into Echo’s spinoff series—which may likewise include Daredevil. Outside of Clint referring to the “large person,” scene 4 of the series was light on Daredevil prods. Notwithstanding, it exposed Black Widow’s Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), hint at Armor Wars, and twofold down on its vacation cheer. Not wanting Clint to be separated from everyone else for these special seasons, Kate appears at the protected house with Christmas motion pictures including Elf, Die Hard, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, The Polar Express, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and The Santa Clause. While Uncle Buck didn’t show up, it appears as though it’s inevitable before Kingpin does.


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