Marvel Fans Gush Over Black Widow And Hawkeye’s Reunion In Avengers: Endgame

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March 14, 2019  01:31 PM


There’s a lot of hype over Avengers: Endgame today. Marvel just released the movie’s first full trailer, and there’s a lot to unpack in the footage. Not only do we get to see Captain Marvel’s (Brie Larson) very first appearance in Endgame’s official marketing campaign, but we also get to see some pretty big moments in the trailer – including the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye’s (Jeremy Renner) reunion.

In the new trailer for Endgame, Marvel fans get to see a few heartfelt scenes shared between the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s long-time BFFs. The last time that we’ve seen the two together was in Captain America: Civil War and based on the shocked look on Natasha’s face, it seems like she wasn’t expecting to see Clint in Endgame either. Though the shot was previously featured in the film’s first TV spot, we do get an extended version of the footage where a close-up shot shows the two joining hands.

Natasha and Clint are seen in another shot later in the trailer, this time in a scene where Hawkeye puts his hand on Black Widows shoulder, comforting her. She reciprocates by touching his hand back with a gentle smile.

Check out fans reactions to the exchange between the two:

These moments of rekindled friendship seems like a source of comfort for Clint. Thought it’s yet to be confirmed, the trailer clearly implies that the Avenger lost his family in the Decimation, something that fans have been speculating since word came around that the character would be taking on a new name as Ronin.

Avengers: Endgame premieres April 26, 2019.

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