‘Hawkeye’ director speaks to Vincent D’Onofrio’s Constant Trolling


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For years, Vincent D’Onofrio has passionately teased fans about the possibility of a return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Kingpin, who was first introduced to the public in Netflix’s Daredevil, are no longer considered official franchise rules.

As a result, we heard constant rumors about Wilson Fisk’s impending return, which finally came true when Hawk EyeThe fifth episode aired. Even before his participation in the Disney Plus series was confirmed, D’Onofrio was out there trolling people by Post Kingpin-related teases and vague statements which fans analyzed in minute detail.

The Hawk Eye the team outlined the levels of overeating needed to get the star to and from the set undetected, and in an interview with Collider, director Rhys Thomas admitted that D’Onofrio’s Twitter appearance left him a bit surprised on several occasions.

“I think there were some moments when I felt like Vincent tripped once on Twitter, he posted something that caught everyone’s attention… And some people know and people are talking about it. .”

At least now the cat is out of the bag, so everyone participates in keeping Kingpin’s Hawk Eye Returning to the bottom end can breathe a sigh of relief. At least for now, that is. We are all looking forward to D’Onofrio’s return Echo, is slated to begin filming in April 2022, so we may have to revisit the whole thing.

https://wegotthiscovered.com/tv/hawkeye-director-addresses-vincent-donofrios-constant-trolling/ ‘Hawkeye’ director speaks to Vincent D’Onofrio’s Constant Trolling


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