Jeremy renner, co-star of the new series Hawkeye (which already premiered its first chapter) with Hailee Steinfeld, has said that he would not like to see Avengers: Endgame again. For the actor, who has just released his first solo story on Disney +, watching the film that closed a long period in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was an experience full of emotions.
In an interview for BBC Radio, Jeremy Renner – who could say goodbye to the MCU soon – said that he would not like to revisit Avengers: Endgame and that the only time he saw her in his life was at the premiere of the film with all his teammates. work and friends. In his own words, the film left him “a crying disaster.”
“We were all laughing and crying, and it was a lot,” Renner said. “I would never see her again, it was a difficult experience,” added the actor, who has played Hawkeye since 2012, and who with his own series on Disney + this November 24, is only one year away from turning a decade in the skin. of his character.
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Renner also said that this experience in the cinema with his co-stars was incredible, like that of any other member of the audience who was excited when they saw the film. “It was a beautiful and loving sharing experience,” explained the avenger.
Hawkeye after Avengers
Avengers: Endgame was released in 2019 and it marked the goodbye to a long 10-year saga of films in the MCU. Although Hawkeye’s character had good moments in feature films, this is the first time in almost 10 years that Marvel has decided to tell a solo story of the character.
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The Hawkeye series just premiered this November 24 and its first two episodes can already be seen on Disney +. Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye) and Hailee Steinfeld (Bishop) tell a new adventure that from the beginning is closely linked to the first Avengers movie.