‘Captain America: Civil War’ Update: Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye Reveals His Allegiance
Whose side are you on? This is the one question that will be troubling many for the months to come. This also happens to be the question which next year’s “Captain America: Civil War” is asking. After all it is gearing up for a battle between two former “Avengers” allies Captain America and Iron Man. Until now everyone is aware that Iron Man will be on the pro-registration side and Captain America on the anti-registration side. However which hero is parting with which side remains unknown. There might be an exception to that. Read on.
According to Cinema Blend, Jeremy Renner has become the first actor in “Captain America: Civil War” to reveal his allegiance. For all those who have seen “Avengers: Age of Ultron” might remember that Hawkeye took the entire Avengers team to a safe house. He believed no one will be able to track them at that loocation. This safe house belonged to a woman who was living there with her two children and a third one on the way. Later, the family turned out to be Hawkeye’s as he had managed to keep them away from everyone including SHIELD’s watch.
Given this premise, when Civil War between the heroes will take place, naturally Hawkeye will have the intention of keeping his family safe and sound. He realized the fact that by signing the Superhero Registration Act, he might just reveal everything about himself, he will naturally oppose it. There are chances he will part with Captain America, as he would not want to register with the government. Now the real question is as to how can we believe that he is indeed on Captain’s side?
Renner was recently in New York where he was seen entering a hotel. It seems pretty normal but everyone’s attention was on the baseball cap he was wearing. The cap had “Team Captain America” written on it as the actor smiled. Since in the end of “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” he hung up his bow and arrow to lead a normal life with his family and stay off the government radar. This gives more weight to the fact that he would be on the anti-registration side.
It remains to be seen as to what extent will Hawkeye be involved in the upcoming superhero ensemble when the movie releases on May 6, 2016.
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