A scene from Avengers: Endgame
Avengers: Endgame’s large third act battle scene included everything that Marvel fans could have asked for in such a clash. Every member of the team is a hero and acts so. Hawkeye even gets a little bit of respect for his role in saving the world this time. The archer was found missing in action in Avengers: Infinity War, but he takes part during the Stark Gauntlet relay during this colossal battle in the sequel.
Appearance of Black Panther
Hawkeye is running as fast as possible from the outriders while keeping the Infinity Stones away from Thanos. He comes to a dead-end and sees the King of Wakanda. Black Panther then calmly tells him, “Clint, give it to me.” Fans were excited for this moment because they get to see T’Challa in action again, but it also recalls a funny moment in Captain America: Civil War.
The filmmakers talked about the decision to include it during the commentary track for the film. Joe Russo begins, “If you remember, in Civil War, Clint introduces himself.”
Subtlety of the recollection
Stephen McFeely explains, “Right. This is very subtle, but yes.” “T’Challa says, ‘I don’t care.’ And now, he says ‘Clint, give it to me,'” Joe Russo continues.
Black Panther is so beloved now that one of Avengers: Endgame’s most epic moments occurs when a portal opens behind Captain America and the newly revived T’Challa arrives along with his army.
The Russo Brothers recently revealed why he was placed in such prominence, explaining that there was a reason why T’Challa was the first person seen walking out of the portal.
Joe Russo explains
“We spent a lot of time in the edit room playing around with the sequencing of the portals,” Joe Russo wrote. “… We always wanted Sam to be the first one to communicate with Cap via his comm and Sam was last in Wakanda, so logically the first portal that would open would be the Wakandan portal. And the first person that would logically walk through a portal from Wakanda would be the king himself, bringing his army once again to the defence of Cap and the world.”
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