Kevin Feige On AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON And Hawkeye's No Show In Cap: TWS
In a recent Interview With Crave Online Marvel President Kevin fiege Discussed Many thing MCU. He started with saying what Hawkeye might have been doing During Captain America: The Winter Soldier. "We will discover, later, the answers to that question. But it really came down to how many players can you have on the field at this time? We really wanted to bring in Falcon, we really wanted to team [Captain America] up with Black Widow," He then Added "We really wanted Fury to have more of a part than he’s ever had in any of the other movies before. We wanted, ever so briefly, to introduce Sharon Carter. And we had a fun place for Maria Hill to be involved. So we didn’t want to just have, “Hey, I’m Hawkeye! Hey, I’m Iron Man!” We want to avoid the brief cameos of the week." He then was asked about if a character in the avenger will get downplayed due to the amount of characters in the film. "Well yes, not every character from every movie is going to be in Age of Ultron, for sure. But Joss [Whedon] is excited and, for the characters you haven’t seen since the first Avengers – like Hawkeye, like Hulk – there’s a reason for that, and that gets showcased quite prominently in Age of Ultron." To check out more off the interview hit the link below but BEWARE, one of the questions in the interview is SPOILERS for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Sound off below!
Kevin Feige talks Marvel in a recent interview with Crave Online, he discussed Captain America, Avengers 2, Hawkeye, Doctor Strange, and much more. Hit the jump to check out the most of the interview.
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