Artemis, Who Will Star In Disney+ Series STARGIRL, Is Campaigning Hard To Play Kate Bishop In HAWKEYE

Artemis, Who Will Star In Disney+ Series STARGIRL, Is Campaigning Hard To Play Kate Bishop In HAWKEYE

Artemis, Who Will Star In Disney+ Series STARGIRL, Is Campaigning Hard To Play Kate Bishop In HAWKEYE

Jeremy Renner will return as Clint Barton in Hawkeye on Disney+, and now newcomer Artemis has taken to social media to make her interest in playing Kate Bishop clear with some impressive photos and videos.

There have been rumblings that Marvel Studios will look to cast an unknown as Kate Bishop/Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and now Disney star Artemis has put her name forward to take on that role in Hawkeye. She's been cast in Stargirl (no, not that one) on Disney+ and will play a character called Mallory Stillwell in the film, which based on Jerry Spinelli's hit novel. 

The actress previously had minor roles in Clint Eastwood's The Mule and indie movie Altanta Vampire, and she's reportedly a massive comic book fan who has a decade's worth of training in martial arts, gymnastics, and archery (which you'll see in the video below). 

"When it was announced at Comic-Con that Kate Bishop is going to be in the live-action Hawkeye show on Disney+, I took to social media to express that playing Kate Bishop would be a dream come true and that I would do everything in my power to bring justice to this character," she tells Newsarama about her desire to play the character. 

"I started a campaign with the hashtag #Artemis4KateBishop, and in the past two weeks, it has taken off!"

Based on what we see here, she would certainly be a solid choice, and there's always a possibility this campaign will land her on Marvel Studios' radar, especially as you have to believe they're already mulling over their options for who should take on the role of Kate Bishop in the MCU. 



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The logo for Hawkeye is obviously inspired by Matt Fraction's run and that makes sense, especially as the comic book series revolved around Clint Barton training and working with Kate Bishop. 
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And here it is, Marvel's Phase 4 slate. However, this probably isn't the entire slate because these movies and TV shows are only spread out over two years and that would be a very short Phase!
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