Jeremy Renner didn’t tip his hat very much when confronted by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Asked about Florence Pugh‘s Yelena possibly showing up on the upcoming Hawkeye Disney+ show. Renner answered in a very coy manner.

Fallon asked Renner to answer to the rumors. Renner cracked some jokes. His response referenced Hawkeye’s role in the death of Natasha Romanoff in Avengers: Endgame.

“Who? Who’s that? Yeah, I don’t know. I’m not sure. Doesn’t sound familiar. … Oh, you’re talking about the thing at the end of Black Widow?

Yeah, I watched that with my niece and she’s like, ‘Ooh, Uncle Jeremy what did you do?’ I said, ‘I didn’t do anything darling,’ and that’s all I know about that.”

To sum things up, we know about as much now about Yelena appearing in Hawkeye as we did before. Renner responded similarly when Jimmy asked him if Hawkeye would be coming back after the series. It seems his lips are sealed.

He spoke vaguely about the material in the show itself, as well. He hyped the show for being practical, without relying on superpowers and intergalactic weirdness. He says to expect more character development, as well as new characters being introduced.

Do you think Florence Pugh will appear in Hawkeye? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

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