Hawkeye’s ‘Avengers: Endgame’ haircut roasted on social media


The primary “Avengers: Endgame” trailer was lastly launched on Thursday, however it’s Hawkeye’s questionable new haircut that’s actually inflicting a social media stir.

Within the clip, Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) rejoins the remainder of the Avengers after his final look in 2016’s “Captain America: Civil Warfare” sporting an edgy mohawk that’s sparked loads of jokes and memes.

“Hawkeye has the nerve to pop again up w the feathered hair trying like a lonely nation singer,” one fan tweeted. “Gonna assume Hawkeye’s hairdresser turned to mud mid-cut,” one other joked. A 3rd particular person even considered the right new alter ego for Barton: Mohawkeye.

However different followers have steered that the divisive ‘do might truly be a significant plot level within the final installment of the big-screen sequence.

Hawkeye's new haircut is getting a lot of attention from fans on social media.
Hawkeye’s new haircut is getting a number of consideration from followers on social media.Twitter, Marvel

Some consider the mohawk may very well be a touch that Barton has shed his Hawkeye persona to turn out to be the solitary soldier Ronin, as he does within the comics. Within the just-released trailer, Natalia Romanova, also referred to as Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), finds Barton in what seems to be Japan sporting a swimsuit just like the one donned by the lone warrior.

At one other level within the trailer, Hawkeye will be seen in a subject with what seems to be his three kids — together with his daughter, whom he’s coaching to shoot a bow and arrow. Followers of the comics theorized that the Marvel film is combining Barton’s daughter with Kate Bishop, Hawkeye’s Younger Avenger successor who shares his archery prowess, paving the way in which for the franchise’s subsequent era.

Others identified that Hawkeye could have shaved his head as a response to the lack of his household, following Thanos’ resolution to erase half the world’s inhabitants in 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity Warfare.”

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