The Umbrella Academy: Season 3 includes a song by a Marvel actor

The third season of The Umbrella Academy arrived today (22) in the Netflix catalog and, once again, pleased the ears of fans with an eclectic soundtrack full of hits.

From Kenny Loggins’ “Footloose” to Nelly’s “Ride Wit Me”, the soundtrack also surprised by containing a song sung by Jeremy Renner, the actor who plays Hawkeye in Marvel movies and series.

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The song appears in the fourth episode of the new season, when the sound of “House of the Rising Son”, by the Animals, enters the scene in the voice of Jeremy Renner, who is also a great singer and recorded a cover of this song.

In addition to the scene in The Umbrella Academy, you can listen to the full cover below:

More about The Umbrella Academy

The Umbrella Academy premiered in 2019 on Netflix. The production is inspired by the homonymous comic book created by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá, published by Dark Horse Comics.

Check out the synopsis for the third season below.

“After preventing the end of the world in 1963, the Umbrella Academy returns to the present, convinced they’ve averted the initial apocalypse and fixed this timeline all wrong. But the celebration is short-lived: soon, they realize that things are not exactly as they left them. In fact, it’s all completely different. That’s where Sparrow Academy comes in,” reads the synopsis.

“Smart, elegant and with the coldness of an iceberg, Sparrow immediately clashes with Umbrella. But this violent fight turns out to be the least of their problems. In addition to facing countless challenges, losses, surprises and an unknown entity that is wreaking havoc in the universe (and may have arisen because of you), the Umbrellas must convince their father’s new and perhaps better family to help them fix everything. that your arrival ruined. Will they be able to return to pre-apocalyptic life? Or is this new world much more than a fluctuation in the timeline?” continues the synopsis.

The Umbrella Academy has three seasons available on Netflix. The third has already had the first reactions released.

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