The season finale of Hawkeye featured an unforgettable holiday party. Kate learns some hard truths, but also makes hard decisions. The Kingpin does show up and tries to get rid of Clint, but Yelena wants to do the same thing. Maya also makes a decision. It ends with someone getting a watch back, and a Christmas card of sorts.
Chapter five of Hawkeye features a friendly dinner between a killer and the heroine trying to stop her. At least the killer has a compelling reason. Kate, though, is still trying to help Clint as he prepares a confrontation with Maya.
And the big boss is revealed, and it’s who we expected it to be. The identity of his accomplice would surprise some people, though.
Episode four of Hawkeye spends a lot of time with Clint and Kate bonding over Christmas and how a lot of people are after them, mainly because of a watch, However, when he learns two deadly assassins are after him, he tries to get Kate to walk away. She won’t
This week, Clint tries to tell Kate he’s no role model. A lot of past enemies agree, especially a woman with unique skills. She wants vengeance against Ronin, whoever he is. It also hints a very important bad guy is coming soon.
Hawkeye Clint Barton just wants a merry Christmas with his kids, but his past is making that impossible, He gets unexpected help from a 22 year old girl who wants to be just like him. The first two episodes introduce Kate Bishop and set her up as his assistant.
What if Ultron won….and found out this universe isn’t the only one? That’s the premise for this week’s episode. It forces the Watcher to do more than watch, while two Avengers hope an unlikely ally will take Ultron down.
Hawkeye is coming to Disney Plus, and a trailer is out. He’ll have his hands full with bad guys, a girl who might be him eventually, and eventually Yelena Belova
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Avengers: Endgame is the ultimate “season finale” movie, more than Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. Our heroes try to undo what Thanos did via time travel, and the process creates an excellent climax.
The search for the Soul Stone was the key moment in both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The difference between the two is that the first was done for power, the other for love and family. Here’s why.