‘Hawkeye’ Deleted Scene Gives Fans More Kingpin
Marvel’s latest Disney+ outing gave fans one of the studio’s most iconic returns, although it appears there was a lot left on the cutting room floor, as a Hawkeye deleted scene gives fans more Kingpin!
It is perhaps Marvel’s most grounded series yet, Hawkeye delves deeper into the character of Clint Barton, themes of heroism, and the perfect origin story of the next great archer of the MCU.
Barton and Bishop fight to reprove the latter from the unintended consequences of wearing the Ronin suit, and the former’s commitment to atoning for the sins of his past, in a story has greater implications for the MCU than anyone originally assumed.
One of the most important developments of Hawkeye was who ended up being the mastermind of the story; Wilson Fisk.
As the truth comes to light, fans soon realize the villainous means by which Elenaor Bishop had tried to protect her family, and Kate, from discovering the truth.
With Wilson Fisk came affinal showdown for the ages, as Kate went head to head with the monstrous crime lord in a battle that she eventually came out on top of.
It appears as though the footage the show gave us in all that Vincent D’Onofrio shot, as a Hawkeye deleted scene gives fans more Kingpin.
The scene seemingly takes place after the Battle of New York and shows Eleanor Bishop having dinner with Wilson Fisk in what appears to be a meeting that will asses just how Bishop will work words paying back her now-deceased husband’s insurmountable debt.
A deleted scene from #Hawkeye with the #kingpin Pretty neat scene! I imagine it would be great with a tense score. pic.twitter.com/NLueW03UHY
— MarcLeStrange Ⓥ (@MarcLeStrange1) January 20, 2022
The deleted scene gives some great context tohe series, as we witness the heights of Fisk’s empire before the blip had taken much of his power, and it greater connects the Wilson Fisk of Daredevil, to the Fisk that exists in Hawkeye.
One of the most iconic returns in the MCU, D’Onofrio brought back one of Marvel’s great villains; and this deleted scene gives fans even more reason to adore his performance.