Hawkeye video shows both angles of Avengers’ Battle Of New York scene

A Marvel fan has put together a side-by-side comparison of The Avengers’ Battle of New York from both Hawkeye’s and Kate Bishop’s perspectives.

A Marvel fan has made a video comparing the opening scene of Hawkeye with the corresponding scene from the 2012s The Avengers. Hawkeye is the fourth live-action Disney + series from Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series picks up the story of Jeremy Renner’s arrow-slinging Clint Barton after partially losing his hearing and withdrawing from the Avengers, after him as he reluctantly agrees to collaborate with archer Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld. The first two sections of Hawkeye premiered on November 24, 2021, and the remaining episodes are set to air weekly on Wednesdays.


The opening scene of Hawkeye episode 1 explores the origins of Kate Bishop’s fandom for Clint Barton. When she was a child in 2012, her family’s high-rise apartment was at the center of the Battle of New York, where the Avengers averted the Chitauri invasion in their first ever team-up. One of the monsters approaches the blasted wall of her building and almost attacks her before being taken down by an arrow. Kate then looks in awe as Hawkeye performs a series of heroic stunts from the roof of a building across the street, promising to emulate him so she can protect her family.

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The scene Kate Bishop witnesses is a re-creation of a moment from the Battle of New York The Avengers, ie Twitter user Tony Stank made a video showing both scenes unfolding side by side. This video shows how much detail has gone into recreating this special moment from almost a decade earlier in MCU. It’s a true testament to the long legacy that Hawkeye’s character brings to this latest series. Check out the video below:

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Hawkeye has four more episodes aired after the premiere and will continue to follow Kate and Clint down the rabbit hole as they investigate the web of crime she revealed. Throughout New York’s Christmas season, they will face a number of deadly threats, including the training mafia. Black widow‘s Yelena Belova, played by Florence Pugh, is also set to appear soon and fulfill her mission promised by the film’s final credits sequence.

Hawkeye‘s decision to let Kate Bishop’s origins come directly from the fallout of the Battle of New York is one of the benefits of the franchise running that long at this point. This has allowed the MCU to expand and explore all the different threads that result from the events of its own history, as its characters literally grow up with the audience at home. Steinfeld and Renner have already established a strong dynamic in the first two episodes of the series, so it will be a pleasure for fans to see how this connection in their past will drive the characters and their interactions in future episodes.

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Source: Tony Stank/ Twitter

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