Watch this clip from Thor in which the God of Thunder struggles to beat up a security guard, and Hawkeye just sort of lurks in the background to watch.
Blink and you miss it @ 0:24
Is Hawkeye getting his own film treatment or is he going to appear as a supporting character in other films? I don't understand why they brought in a relatively big name actor like Renner for the role if he's only making a glorified cameo. Nice find btw.
Not sure he's going to get his own treatment. In fact, not likely since they'll want to focus on the more notable types and they don't have enough money to make a movie about each one and the Avengers. I'm guessing he's here, if that really is him, just to show him in the proper timeline of joining SHIELD.
Hawkeye isn't getting his own film but he's supposed to show up in multiple films in small parts and then have a larger role in The Avengers.
Honestly not even sure that is Hawkeye. At least not Renner as Hawkeye.
Wow, this made me NOT want to watch Thor even more. At least after watching the 4min trailer for Lantern restoring my interest, looks better than this tripe.
there is one scene i really want to see in the avengers movie, it was in the animated ultimate avengers movie, where the hulk tries to pick up thor's hammer. it would be so cool to see them recreate that scene. anyway, as a big comic book fangirl i'm loving what they're doing linking all the films together like this, i just hope they don't just forget the whole single world thing in the films that follow the avengers, because that would be such a shame. how is it dc aren't doing something similar with their titles? with the dc warner connection you'd think it would be easier for dc to do something like this than it would for marvel.
Thats Hawkeye? Wow, way to not sell him haha. Thor looks like SUCH A MESS.
Yeah it looks bad. Portman has been signing on for stinkers.
Surprised to hear this (the movie looking bad or like a stinker, that is). It actually looks somewhat like the 2009 Thor comic concept, which I've enjoyed immensely. Instead of being cast to Earth in an avatar where his power is released, instead he's cast to Earth and doesn't gain his powers back unless he holds Mjolnir. I'm also glad they're not going overboard with the typical "Old English" speech they do with Thor in this. That would truly throw off those not used to reading the comics. So, at this point in the movie, Thor is pretty much a really strong man and isn't at his true power until he gets his hammer back. I'm also assuming it won't be as simple as him just grabbing his hammer but a test Odin has placed that will require him to come to recognize his previous wrongs against Midgard. What confuses me the most is that this is releasing ahead of Captain America. I would have done them the other way around to follow the proper timeline for what many assume will be the common connector between them (a device that's been shown in the Captain America trailer and expected to be in Loki's possession in Thor as well).
See, I never read any of the Thor comics as I generally dislike the character, so judging on the movie alone, it looks like a mess. All the trailers are so random. It doesn't look like Paramount has set a tone for the film yet. Is it a serious action movie or perhaps a comedy? I'm actually excited for Thor because it looks like something I am going to LOVE. It looks so bad that its good. I have a feeling I will enjoy laughing at Thor as he slays creatures and demands more coffee!
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