Will there be a ‘crossover’ between ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and the end of ‘Hawkeye’? – Series news


The new film starring Tom Holland and Zendaya has just hit theaters, while the outcome of the Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld series for Disney + says goodbye this week on the platform.

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It has only been on the bill for a few days and for some it is already one of the best films of 2021. Spider-Man: No Way Home is sweeping the box office and scoring figures that not only exceed any pandemic premiere, but have only been surpassed with previously by Avengers: Endgame and Avengers: Infinity War. Only one day in theaters did the new film starring Tom Holland in the skin of Spider-Man needed to exceed the receipts of all the films released in recent months, but it is that, in addition, the benefits have far exceeded the first estimates with nothing more and nothing less than 253 million dollars raised in the United States only in its first weekend on the billboard.

Fully integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with great doses of nostalgia and with a Tom Holland who has already established himself as a full-fledged Peter Parker like his predecessors Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, Spider-Man: No Way Home has given them what fans of Marvel and, in particular, the MCU love so much: an exciting adventure that opens new possibilities in the future of the Multiverse and that is already giving rise to all kinds of speculation and theories.

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One of them is related to the other great title of the UCM with which Spider-Man: No Way Home has shared the limelight in the last month, since, at the same time that fans were counting the days until the debut of the film directed by Jon Watts, the long-awaited premiere on Disney + Hawk Eye. The new Marvel series for the streaming platform after Scarlet Witch and Vision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki Y What would happen if…? Also considered as the Christmas fiction of Disney +, in it we met Jeremy Renner again in the shoes of the elite archer and with the true star of history: Kate Bishop, played by actress Hailee Steinfeld and the perfect partner for this new avenger adventure.

With both titles coexisting in the UCM release schedule, the potential between a possible ‘crossover’ between Spider-Man: No Way Home Y Hawk Eye has not been slow to put on the tableBut what are the chances of this happening? The portal theorizes about it ComicBook:

As the previews of the sixth and final episode of the series, still untitled and which will be made available to Disney + subscribers this Wednesday, December 22, the protagonists will arrive at the iconic Rockefeller Center at some point, where a shooting will take place in the middle of the Christmas ice rink. Curiously, Spider-Man: No Way Home It ends with Tom Holland circling the city and heading to that exact spot in New York.

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Although the track itself is a veritable institution in New York and appears in a good number of movies and television series set in the Big Apple, the truth is that there is the possibility that it is more than a coincidence, since Christmas is part of Hawk Eye And when it ends No way home, the city is definitely at Christmas time too.

It would be a hoot see Holland’s Spider-Man as a surprise cameo from Hawk Eye And, although the theory in question is founded solely by coincidence and is not particularly solid, the mere possibility of seeing Peter Parker and Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) together on the screen, already deserves that we leave the door open to this hypothetical Christmas gift.

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