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Hawkeye Writer Reveals Details Of Hilarious Ant-Man Cameo Cut From Show

by marvel Hawk Eye is moving forward, with the show’s third episode releasing on Disney + in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. The series has been relatively disconnected from the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far, with the exception of an introductory scene bringing fans back to the Battle of New York City during the events of Avengers. It turned out that there was more than one cameo launched for actors belonging to the The ant Man franchise.

At the black market auction where Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) manages to steal Ronin’s costume, Hawk Eye Writer Tanner Bean says he pitched the idea for the auctioneer to sell the steering wheel to Luis (Michael Pena) ‘s van. “For the black market auction, I reviewed the final battle of #Endgame to find other artifacts that could also have been found in the rubble of the #Avengers complex,” Bean tweeted. “My idea: the horn on the ‘La Cucaracha’ steering wheel of Luis’ van. (Hey, not all of them can be a winner.)

Hawkeye director Rhys Thomas previously said he tried to get Paul Rudd on the show.

“I don’t want to reveal anything because we kind of have the opportunity to present [some characters]Thomas said at the point of sale. “Here’s a-Ant-man. Paul [Rudd] and the dynamic of Jeremy together, I appreciate. I enjoyed the dynamics of their press tour when they were on the “Avengers” trail. So [Ant-Man] was a character that seemed like a fun way to play on the absurdity of Clint’s situation … but I was able to give that a little nod. “

The first two episodes of Hawk Eye are now broadcast on Disney +.

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Margarita W. Wilson

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