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Jeremy Renner Talks Hawkeye, 'Avengers: Infinity War'

Basically Jeremy Renner is Hawkeye in real life. 

The chill nature of the man that plays Clint Barton shows off in a video of him and Amy Adams promoting the movie Arrival, in which Jeremy Renner shares that he can't really talk about it, even if he knew a ton of details.

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“If I knew anything, I still couldn’t tell you, but I don’t know anything, man. I know there’s Infinity War - Avengers 3 & 4 happening," and then cracked a great joke, “I can’t tell you. What if I’m dead in the first one? I don’t know. I might already be dead.” Adams goats him in between, saying "IS THAT A SPOILER?!"

He does share that there might be more to be done with Hawkeye in the next installments of the Marvel movies, but obviously can't tell us the whole story:

“There’s some really great ideas, and they are following certain parts of Infinity War. It’s some real exciting stuff, man, for lots of characters, especially for what they’re thinking of doing with Hawkeye.”

Needless to say he was "very excited" in his Jeremy-Renner -sleepy-like way.

Amy Adams also shares that they are working on Man of Steel 2's script right now, but clearly Justice League is probably going to overshadow any news of that for the time being in the DC World.

You can watch the full clip here:

Amy Adams & Jeremy Renner Arrival Exclusive Interview

Stefan Pape from HeyUGuys interviews Amy Adams & Jeremy Renner for their movie Arrival for HeyUGuys. The film comes from director Denis Villeneuve and is based on the short story 'Story of Your Life' by Ted Chiang. During the interview they discuss working with the aliens on set and their upcoming DC and Marvel projects.

 

Avengers: Infinity War Pt. 1 is slated for May 4, 2018, while Justice League will be out November 17, 2017.

 

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