Marvel Studios is on continuous process to provide us with a bulk of entertainment, action and high stakes. Marvel Studios started a revolution of hero action film in year 2012 named The Avengers. With the release The Avengers Marvel Studio was thinking that this will become a beginning to a new era of action and superheroes. Marvel Studios were in hope that audience will enjoy this all and this will be served as sequel which will go long in the race of success and achievements. And this expectation came true with the release of “The Avengers” which turned to become a great one which collected more than $1.5 billion worldwide.
The sequences have a lot of positive points but somewhere it lacks appreciation like the character of Hawakeye which was played by Jeremy Runner and for that Renner himself agrees.
As we all are aware that Renner agrees with the fact that his character wasn’t pleased to have his character a drone 5 minutes into screen time, there removal of any or all character evolution from his personal arc will give a new change and that’s what Whedon wanted to do in the sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron. And also try to get the character killed off prematurely.
According to RadioTimes in The comic Comic-Con event London, Tenner stated his feelings during the making of The Avengers i.e. “I never really told anybody this, but in the first Avengers… I was just getting to know who Hawkeye was, and then zap, I go round like a zombie, I’m like Loki’s minion. And I’m still not even sure who Hawkeye was at that point. So I’m a little frustrated, because I was so excited to figure out who Hawkeye was.”
He also gave the reason to kill the character of Hawkeye i.e. “I just had a heart attack in every scene – I’d just be walking with… Scarlett Johansson, and just like be ugh,” Renner said, clutching his chest theatrically. “And they said, ‘what are you doing man?’ ‘I’m giving you an option, if you just want to kick me out of this movie. Just you know, at any given moment, if you wanna kill me off, daddy’s gonna be having a heart attack.’”