Early MCU Concept Art Reveals Much Different Look for Hawkeye

All the buzz and every single movement in the world of Marvel right now are connected to Avengers 4 because of the magnitude of this upcoming movie. The doubt still remains the same despite many fan-theories and claims about which superheroes will be alive in this one and who’ll be dead. But there is one superhero in particular whose return is on the cards. He has the eyes of the whole world on him and that superhero is Hawkeye (Clint Barton) whose character has been portrayed by Jeremy Renner in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The man who did the work of visual development in the films – The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron named as Charlie Wen has shared a look of the concept art of Jeremy Renner on his Instagram account. It made fans go absolutely crazy because the look in the concept art is quite good and is perfect to be the costume in which Hawkeye will make a come-back in next year’s much-awaited movie.

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The caption he wrote with the picture was also very interesting. He wrote “Urban Hawkeye” in the reference to the look of Hawkeye in the picture and fans are really sniffing around to know whether this is the look in which we’re going to see Jeremy Renner in Avengers 4 or not. Have a look at the picture he shared:

The description he gave about the look of Hawkeye in the caption was another thing to point out here as he told us that the costume was made up by all the basic things he had at his (Hawkeye) home and also hinted that he couldn’t get a real superhero costume because he wasn’t in a comfortable situation when he was absent from the movie and maybe he made this costume from all he had at his home or the place he was in because the caption reads as:

“Urban Hawkeye! I designed this to be different than his superhero version. This would be a costume collaged together from what he already had at home.”

The madness and love for this character Hawkeye are seriously very immense and big, and fans are doing some extraordinary things in order to see their favorite superhero in next year’s movie. The fans have also broken many bars as they have started petitions for seeing Hawkeye in the movie, people are creating videos and posters of Hawkeye with all other in the upcoming movie, some are getting his name tattooed and some are also posting pictures and videos in which they’re pleading return of Jeremy Renner in the upcoming movie. So, the craze is far bigger than what we expected and when fan-arts like this come out, the wave of fans’ excitement gets a little big and better.

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With all the pressure coming from the side of the fans, it was Joe Russo who shared the situation earlier this year by stating,

“We keep saying, ‘Patience is a virtue,’” Joe Russo Said. “We did not forget the twice-nominated Jeremy Renner. We cooked up a story for him that is a little bit of a long play. Not a short play.”

Joe Russo isn’t the only one who didn’t clarify things properly as the screenwriter of the Avengers: Infinity War, Stephen McFeely also expressed his thoughts on the same topic while talking to the Collider earlier this year and he stated,

“We’ve said this before: the idea that some characters have great stories in the second movie. And we also gave ourselves permission to use both movies to tell complete arcs for the characters. And that might mean that somebody like Captain America or Black Widow you might feel like, “Oh, they didn’t have as much to do as say Thor or Doctor Strange, and that surprises me.’ It’s likely because they have to a lot in the next one.”

Hawkeye Concept Art

So, we can understand by the comments of McFeely that Hawkeye was destined to make a return. It seemed disappointing back in the time when the movie was released but now to see all the hype around his return shows that what a great strategy MCU adopted by not showing one of the most popular and main characters of the MCU and now with reports of his return on the top of every headline, it seems like he’s going to play a very big and crucial role in next year’s Avengers 4.

What do you think about this concept art of Hawkeye’s new look?

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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