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MCU: Post-Endgame Trend Will be Followed In Hawkeye Too

It looks like the upcoming Disney+ series Hawkeye will follow the post-Endgame trend in the MCU. The world hasn’t been the same ever since Thanos got a hold of the Infinity Stones and fulfilled his destiny. Everything that we’ve seen after Avengers: Endgame has shown how Thanos’ snap changed the world in all ways. For example, Spider-Man: Far From Home talked about the 5-year gap. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier focused on the rebel group called the Flag-Smashers. And now, it looks like Hawkeye too will focus on the same trend. Check it out!

Hawkeye To Follow MCU Trend

Hawkeye will follow the ongoing MCU trend
Hawkeye will follow the ongoing MCU trend

Marvel’s Phase 3 didn’t really care about what people thought of the Avengers until Avengers: Age of Ultron came. Then, the government started getting involved and tried to mellow down the Avengers with the Sokovia Accords. However, Phase 4 has really focused on the combination of superheroes and normal beings on Earth. It all happened after Thanos’ snap, accompanied by Smart Hulk’s snap which resurrected everyone.

Hawkeye will follow the MCU trend of exploring the changes in the world after Thanos's snap
Hawkeye will follow the MCU trend of exploring the changes in the world after Thanos’s snap

Well, the fact that there is a musical called Rogers that Clint Barton takes his kids to should tell you the important role humans play in the MCU. Thus far, Phase 4 is all about bringing the superheroes down to the level of normal beings. Now, the upcoming Disney+ series Hawkeye will explore the same trend by sending the archer back into the streets of New York.

Next MCU entry: Hawkeye on Disney_
Next MCU entry: Hawkeye

While Clint will be fighting crime and training her successor, he will also face the realities from the audience’s P.O.V. This will add the perfect touch of normalcy to the action that Hawkeye can sometimes bring to the table. What do you think of this ongoing trend? Let us know in the comments below!

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Source: ScreenRant

Written by Deepak Vasisht