This post is part of the Age of Ultron Aftermath series.

So, you’ve seen Avengers: Age of Ultron six times, and you’re wondering, ‘what does this mean for my favourite character?’. In this series of articles, we’re going to take a look at where each character has been left, and use what we already know, as well as some speculation, to discuss what the end of Age of Ultron means for each of the Avengers. Needless to say, spoilers ahead for Age of Ultron.

Age of Ultron – What Does it Mean For Hawkeye?

Hawkeye had a lot of character development in Age of Ultron, probably the most out of all the Avengers. So we now know that he’s a family man, and has a safe house, meaning it’s possible for him to go ‘off the grid’. The last time we see him in the film, it seems as if this is the case. He returns home to his wife and children, after previously promising that this was his last mission, apart from of course renovating their house.

I think it’s very unlikely that we won’t see Hawkeye again as some point. Other than the fact that people have just started to like and get to know him, Jeremy Renner has reportedly signed on for Captain America: Civil War (is anybody else feeling like that’s just becoming Avengers 2.5? Not that I’m complaining…). On top of this, with him having survived Age of Ultron, the likelihood is that he will also be back in Avengers: Infinity War, as having all of the original team members in there would be a nice bonus for the fans.

Age of Ultron – What Does it Mean For Hawkeye?

Let’s just get this out-of-the-way. As much as some fans would like to see it, a solo Hawkeye film is probably never going to happen, and with Jeremy Renner being a busy actor outside of the MCU, neither is a TV series. So, while he is likely to appear a few more times, it’s probable that with Age of Ultron, we’ve seen the most screen time he’s going to get.

What do you think is next for Hawkeye? Did we miss anything? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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