Hawkeye Directors Think the Series Has Influenced Spider-Man: There’s No Way Home

What started with a superhero movie in 2008 will eventually expand to a seemingly never-ending universe now known as the MCU. With so many movies and series in the universe intersecting with each other, it’s likely that each project definitely had some influence on the other, or at least that’s what it is. Hawk Eye directors Bert & Bertie trust with their series and Spider-Man: There’s no way home.

Hawk Eye tells a more grounded holiday story, with characters like Clint Barton/Hawkeye and Kate Bishop facing low-level threats. Meanwhile, Spider-Man: There’s no way home the center of the multiverse and the return of many otherworldly villains such as Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin.


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Director duo Bert & Bertie spoke on the D23 Inside Disney podcast, where they recall seeing an early screening of Black Widow to Learn more about Yelena Belova before her character appeared in Hawk Eye in the show’s fourth episode. With this, Bert & Bertie believe they have influenced There’s no way home in some respects similar to the way Black Widow affect Hawk Eye. “We have to meet the Widow, Black Widow, prior to release because of the Yelena storyline. I feel like that kind of affects us more… I feel like I could say it, but I feel like we’ve influenced us. Spiderman. Do you understand what I mean? Spiderman followed us, we followed Relict, the duo shared on the podcast.

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They would go on to add, “” I think it was before us, because you know, we heard about what happened to the Statue of Liberty, and we didn’t know about the Charlie Cox of all even until later. We haven’t actually seen No Way Home yet, I haven’t seen it yet. It’s like a need-to-know facility, so when we need to know something, someone will say, ‘Oh, you know, the Statue of Liberty gets a makeover. There’s no way home. ‘ And we were like ‘Ok, cool! Up there! “” Cox’s comment, of course, refers to the actor’s brief appearance as Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: There’s no way home. In fact, Marvel Studios is rumored to have plans for Cox’s Daredevil in future MCU projects.

However, it would make sense There’s no way home can learn about Hawk Eye debuting iconic characters at street level like Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin enters the MCU, encouraging them to include Cox’s Daredevil in their films as a way to hint at what the future of the MCU will look like and how characters from previous Netflix series might make their way into the cinematic universe. But ignore Bert & Bertie’s comments and realize how big it is to plan a movie in advance There’s no way home will be involved, it is likely that the script for a third Spidey movie has already been established.

Both Hawk Eye and Spider-Man: There’s no way home It has received generally positive reviews from critics and fans alike, as they have current scores of 92% and 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, respectively. As the MCU continues to expand in exciting directions with phase four, it will be interesting to see how many of these new characters collide and what effect they will have on each other’s stories.

Hawk Eye currently streaming on Disney Plus while Spider-Man: There’s no way home playing in theaters.

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The source: D23 Inside Disney

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