‘Hawkeye’ deleted scene solves a great multiverse mystery

2021 saw Marvel Studios bring back two characters from their short-lived Netflix originals. Charlie Cox returned as Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, in Spider-Man: No Way Home, while Vincent D’Onofrio repeated his role as Wilson Fish’s Kingpin in episode 6 of Hawkeye. Not surprisingly, the return of both Cox and D’Onofrio was received positively by Marvel fans.

However, the actors’ performances also raised questions about which versions of Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk they are playing now. Playing Cox and D’Onofrio again the same repetitions of theirs vovehals characters or new variants of them?

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Marvel, predictably, has not yet officially revealed the answer, but a deleted scene from Hawkeye can provide an insight into MCU’s version of Wilson Fish.

Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fish in Netflix’s vovehals.Netflix

Wilson Fish and MCU – This week, Twitter user @Zeus_TheAlpha shared a deleted scene from Hawkeye Season 1 with both Vera Farmiga’s Eleanor Bishop and D’Onofrios Kingpin. The scene seems to take place sometime after the murder of Derek Bishop (Brian d’Arcy James) and depicts the beginning of Eleanor and Wilson’s secret partnership.

More importantly, D’Onofrio wears the same kind of all-black suit he often wore in vovehals. The darker, warmer color palette of the sequence makes it also more visually reminiscent vovehals than practically any other scene in Hawkeye, which may be why it was eventually cut from the Disney + series.

When all this is taken into account, the scene seems to suggest that the version of Fish viewers is looking into it Hawkeye is actually the same D’Onofrio played in vovehals.

From Fee as Kazi Kazimierczak and Vincent D’Onofrio as Wilson Fisk in Hawkeye Section 6.Marvel Studios

The King’s Return – When Fish shows up in Hawkeye Episode 6, he’s a little different than how vovehals fans remember him.

While the character speaks and behaves the same way he did in the Netflix series, he also wears lighter and more colorful clothes than he did in vovehals. Additionally, his fight with Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) portrays him as being even more physically powerful and resistant to injury than he has ever been shown to be in. vovehals.

As a result, Marvel fans began to wonder if Fisk was involved Hawkeye is a variant of the version seen in vovehals, which may now exist in a different reality than MCU. However, D’Onofrio has said so Hawkeye‘s Kingpin is the same from vovehals, and this deleted scene seems to prove it.

Kingpin has been developing a taste for Hawaiian shirts since we last saw him. Marvel Studios

That Vise versa Analysis – At least this deleted scene confirms it Hawkeye‘s version of D’Onofrio’s Kingpin has a lot more in common with vovehals repetition than fans were led to believe by the finale of the Disney + show. And it seems likely that MCU’s Fish is not a variant of vovehals one, just a slightly different interpretation of him.

But we do not actually know for sure what the deal is with D’Onofrios Kingpin until Marvel confirms what vovehals‘s connection to the MCU really is.

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