Today is the big day for Jeremy Renner. After 10 years inMarvel Universe and after the release of Black Widow, now also the last of the Avengers is preparing to debut with its standalone. It arrives in streaming Hawkeye, the show that will continue the events dedicated to Hawkeye, one of the least told Avengers in the cinema but who with the small screen finally finds a space to show us his story. On the occasion of the promotional campaign of the series, the actor is back to talk about the greatest film ever made so far with Marvel Studios, that is Avengers: Endgame, admitting to having seen him only once during the premiere; an experience that he absolutely has no intention of doing again.

“I saw it at the world premiere. We did it to celebrate this experience together and we were all laughing and crying a lot. We sobbed and laughed… we were like the audience. A beautiful moment to share. But I will never watch it again, it was a really difficult experience

In short, a sentimental. But we can’t say that his character didn’t go through some really difficult moments during the events of Avengers: Endgame, considering the painful loss, on Vormir, of colleague and friend Natasha Romanoff, the member of the Avengers to whom he was most attached. By the way, the actor also explained that the pain for this event will also be felt in the course of Hawkeye, where, however, the former Avenger will have the opportunity to work side by side with a new lever, the very young Kate Bishop, who in the comics – and we also expect on screen – becomes the second character to take on the role of Hawkeye.

Coming up today Disney+, remember that Hawkeye, also boasts in the cast Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, Florence Pugh who will be Yelena Belova again, Alaqua Cox come Maya Lopez/Echo, Vera Farmiga in the guise of Eleanor Bishop, Tony Dalton in those of Jack Duqesne, From Fee in the role of villain Kazi e Tooth McClarnon, who will be William Lopez, Maya’s father.

Here is the synopsis:

Former Avengers member Clint Barton has a seemingly simple mission: to return to his family for Christmas. Will he succeed? Perhaps with the help of Kate Bishop, a 22-year-old archer with a dream of becoming a superhero. The two are forced to work together when a presence from Barton’s past threatens to compromise more than just the spirit of the holidays.

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Source: BBC Radio


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