‘Echo’ Will Reportedly Start Filming This April!
A brand new Disney+ series still shrouded in mystery may be set to begin production very soon, as we may have confirmation that Echo will reportedly start filming this April.
Debuting as the main character on one of Marvel’s most grounded series, Alaqua Cox’s Echo emerged as one of the coolest parts of Hawkeye.
In a series that followed the unintended consequences of Kate Bishop donning the now-infamous Ronin Suit, Clint Barton is forced to confront his own perceptions of his life devoted to heroism, as he protects Bishop from the sins of his past.
The series followed the theme of consequence, with Echo hunting down the wearer of the Ronin suit to get revenge for the death of her father at his hands; while Kate Bishop represented the positive impact that Barton had on the world as a consequence of his allegiance with S.H.I.E.L.D and the Avengers.
With the character being an instant hit among MCU fans, Marvel was quick to announce an Echo solo series that will follow the character’s exploits after the events of Hawkeye.
— Echo News & Updates (@EchoUpdates_) November 27, 2021
Along with the announcement, the series contained a synopsis that reads:
When she was a small girl, Maya Lopez’s father, a Cheyenne gangster, was killed by his parter in crime, The Kingpin. The last wish of her father was that Fisk raise the child well, a wish Kingpin honored, caring for he ras if she was his own.
Beleived to bementally handicapped, Maya was sent to an expensive school for people with learning disabilities. There, she managed to completely replicate a song on the piano.
After that, she was sent to another expsnive school for prodigies. She grew into a gifted and talented women. Upon visiting her fathers grace with Fisk, she asked how he died. Fisk told her that Daredevil had killed him.
The synopsis isn’t entirely accurate, as it seems pulled from the character’s biography on Marvel.com; yet, it does somewhat confirm that Daredevil will make his MCU debut alongside a returning Vincent D’Onofrio as the lauded and ominous Kingpin.