Avengers Infinity War Release Date, News, Updates, Theories, & Spoilers: Hawkeye Dies in the Infinity War?

By Gloven Ramos , Updated Nov 07, 2016 06:30 AM EST
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The Marvel's Avengers Infinity War is coming and Hawkeye is reportedly going to die in the movie. Theories and rumors say some of the hero will die on the upcoming Avengers movie and one of the possible casualties is Hawkeye. 

Avengers Infinity War has an estimated 67 characters. The movie is expected to be like a meeting place of the characters in different movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In Captain America: Civil War, fans are expecting that at least one avenger would die but none of the superhero does. Ever since the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Quicksilver is the only hero to die in the movie. People are concluding two things in the Avengers Infinity War; a superhero will die, or again as usual, no one does.

Many fans think that since Captain America survived the Civil War, he might be the one to meet his maker while the Winter Soldier will be taking over shield. While that outcome may be probable, how about Hawkeye being an Avenger that dies in Infinity War? Jeremy Renner, the actor behind the character of Hawkeye, joked about the death of his role in an interview while promoting his latest movie Arrival.

"If I knew anything, I still couldn't tell you," Renner said about the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. "But I don't know anything. I don't know. Outside of my involvement or anything else, I can't tell you. What if I'm dead in the first one? I don't know. Who knows?" Amy Adams, his co-star in the movie Arrival chimed in with, "Are you? Is that a spoiler?"

There is no confirmation if Hawkeye will die in the movie and even if he does, Marvel will never spoil it. Well, over the 67 estimated characters in the Avengers Infinity War, some heroes might die. Fans are bracing themselves for the possible character death in the upcoming movie.

Avengers Infinity War release date is slated on April 2018.

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