|Directed by||:||Otto Bathurst||Produced by||:||Leonardo DiCaprio||Writers||:||Robin Hood by Ben Chandler, David James Kelly||Starring||:||Jamie Dornan, Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx.||Production company||:||Appian Way, Lionsgate, Safehouse Pictures.||Country||:||United States|
Robin Hood is a 2018 We will be a little cruel (and not that we have a problem with that), but Clint Barton is the most devalued member of the avenging megamash. It hurts a bit to say, but what on earth can the Robin Hood Avenger do with a pair of high-precision arrows-oh, by Santos Nicks Furys, localized explosives-that the Nordic god of sexy thunder can not do, say? Even so, the best kind of all the marvelite ensemble would seem to have won the sky. That, in terms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, means its own standalone. The rumors ran wildly when Kevin Feige -cacique of the Marvel Studios and visible head of UCM intact- announced that the next film phase, brand new post Avengers 4, would hold on three narrative legs. Namely: "Continue the stories of characters we know. Different incarnations of characters we know. Introduce new characters from comics you've never heard of. "Knowing that the puppeteer of all the narrative threads of the Marvel Cinematic Universe never speaks in vain, the speculations that these" incarnations "of the" characters we know "point to necessarily the character incarnated by Jeremy Renner. Or at least that was what the people of the UCM Cosmic considered, a marvelite portal that has already loaded some exclusive scoop. We're going: the rumors make sense. Good and first, these are not the first speculations about Hawkeye. Amen to conjecture with a pair of transformations and changes of identity, the narrative arc of Barton from Age of Ultron (and its inadequacy when facing assassin robots with a bow and an arrow), until its disappearance in Infinity War seems to install the myth of that Hawkeye would be ready for his first solo adventure. In fact, one of the possibilities is that Clint would adopt Ronin's identity. Yes, the "samurai without master" -the Japanese term from which Ronin derives- would be one of the best alternatives to give continuity to the next Marvelite phase. The rumors are only cemented with the first photos of the set of Avengers 4, which show Hawkeye with a different suit than the other Avengers. The chances of Barton being chosen to continue the original marvelita lineage with his own solo movie sounds increasingly as something more possible. That, obviously, does not mean that we will see Renner again on paper, but we can all dream.