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Brian Miller
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With their deep, DEEP catalogue and the number of original series announced out-of-the-gate (smart), it's going to be hard to resist signing up for this streaming service. 
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Oh. Casa del Miller is already in. 
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Do the movies ever even refer to him as Hawkeye?
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Didn’t they call him that in his first appearance in THOR?
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Brian, I think that in Thor, someone reported that the hawk was in his nest (or somethin' like that.) But aside from that, I don't recall anyone referring to him as Hawkeye. I know he's been referred to as Clint, Barton, and Legolas - don't recall Hawkeye.

I am also being sucked into Disney+, damn them anyhow. I wonder if Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and the Defenders are going to be on it. It's almost irresistible. 
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Nope - he was only referred to as "Barton" in THOR - from memory.
But when we see him grab a bow, rather than a gun, it`s clear (well, to us!) who he`s meant to be :)

In Avengers 1 - he`s referred to as "The Hawk" by Dr Selvig.
And then we see his image on a SHIELD screen in the film -
for the first time giving his code name "Hawkeye"

I think that`s right!


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Today is Disney's INVESTOR DAY. Disney may provide information on the Disney+ service, including its pricing for the service(s).
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I wonder if Daredevil, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and the Defenders are going to be on it. It's almost irresistible. 

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Reportedly, there will be no R-rated content on Disney+. There’s also a 2 year moratorium on those characters in the Netflix contract. 
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Do the movies ever even refer to him as Hawkeye?

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Yes, but rarely. None of the Avengers have secret identities. It's kind of annoying. No one ever calls Tony Stark "Iron Man." Which I really dislike. Steve Rogers is usually "Cap," though. And when Bruce Banner is the Hulk, he's "Hulk." And Thor is Thor of course. 

Spider-Man is a sort of Avengers "adjunct" but nobody publicly calls him "Peter." 
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Seven bucks a month or $70 a year? I had to read that twice; I thought it would launch at $12/year at the bare minimum. 

There will be some sleepless nights ahead for competing streaming network execs...
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Adam S. - Leave us not forget that in Age of Ultron, Black Widow calls Stark "Shellhead." Which set my geek meter through the roof, of course.

There's a similar principle in "Wonder Woman" and (IIRC) "Justice League" where Diana is simply called Diana. That seems most reasonable; why take the time to use "Wonder Woman" in direct address, when it seems overly lengthy and less than accommodating. "Diana", "Princess", or even "Di" feel better.

And don't get me started on the "WW" business...! Lazy writers, that's what that is.
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