Jeremy Renner of Endgame was not aware of the great moment of the opening scene


Avengers: Endgame star Jeremy Renner revealed that he was not aware of what was happening when he shot the opening scene of the film.

Continuing from the devastating end of endless war, the sequel opens with the family of Hawkeye becoming dust before Clint Barton's eyes.

However, the star – which has not appeared in endless war – revealed that due to the films shot one after the other and to be kept in the dark about the plot, he was not aware of what was happening at the time of shooting.

"When we shot that, we shot both films back and forth," Renner told the Celebrity Fan Fest. "I remember touring with my family, teaching my daughter how to shoot a bow and an arrow, and I turn around and disappeared.

"But I didn't know anything, really no, I hadn't seen much of the movie, I didn't know what was happening in endless war, all would have been dust. I did not know. So when I did the scene, I thought, "Where did they go?"

"I would act as if they had just disappeared, they left and they didn't tell me, so I was just running around like," Where's my family? What the hell happened? " you're watching and see the flakes of dust, and I'm like "Oh boy". "

We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article.

Meanwhile, End of the game co-writer Christopher Markus revealed that the deaths of the film will not be reversible in 10 years.

"It's the nature of the MCU," he said. "It's not a place where you can restart one and suddenly Iron Man is 15 and everyone else is still the same age.

"The characters must pass out and the universe has yet to stand, so if you're going to take people off the board, they have to go for real."

Avengers: Endgame it's out now.

Do you want up-to-the-minute news and entertainment features? Just press "Like" on our Digital Spy Facebook page and & # 39; Follow & # 39; on our @digitalspy Instagram is Twitter account.

. (tagsToTranslate) Avengers Endgame (t) Jeremy Renner (t) Hawkeye


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.