The Most Epic Fantasy and Sci-Fi Website

The Most Epic Fantasy and Sci-Fi Website

Fans Spot Massive Continuity Mistake in Opening Scene of Hawkeye

The opening scene of Hawkeye featured a flashback to the year 2012 where we saw the events of The Avengers from the eyes of young Kate Bishop and how Clint Barton inadvertently saved her. It eventually inspired Kate to learn archery since then. It was a wonderful sequence that delighted viewers, but fans spotted a massive continuity error during the moment.

A Reddit user spotted a small continuity error in the scene in regards to the Stark Tower. In The Avengers, the letter "K" from the tower's logo fell. However, in the opening scene of Hawkeye, the letter "K" remained intact, and it's the letter "R" that fell. Some fans also pointed out that the letter "K" already fell in the film before the iconic Clint Barton scene that was referenced in Hawkeye. You can view the post here:

The continuity error during the opening scene is not really a big thing and mistakes happen a lot in movies and TV shows. This isn't also the first time that the MCU has made a continuity error as fans have also spotted mistakes in films such as Avengers: Endgame and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. In the end, it really doesn't mean anything. Perhaps Disney could fix the error since a lot of fans are already pointing it out.

So far, the responses to the first two episodes of Hawkeye have been positive, especially with the introduction of Hailee Steinfeld's Kate Bishop, its holiday theme, Lucky the Pizza Dog's scene-stealing turn, and its deep-dive exploration on Clint Barton.

Fans are looking forward to seeing what's next especially after what happened by the end of the second episode with the introduction of Maya Lopez as well as the rumored appearance of Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin.

Also Read: New Hawkeye Image Teases Tense Kate Bishop vs Maya Lopez Moment

New episodes of Hawkeye premiere every Wednesday on Disney+.

For more articles like this, take a look at our Marvel and Geek Culture page.