It looks like Chris Hemsworth won’t be the only superhero with a new look in Avengers: Infinity War. Actor Jeremy Renner recently shared a photo he captured on set which hints Hawkeye’s new hairdo in the film.
By the looks it, Renner seems to be sporting a Mohawk in Avengers: Infinity War. Fans can check it out below.
The new look would definitely be an interesting change in Hawkeye’s appearance compared to how the character was shown in previous MCU films. Moreover, it looks like the film will be portraying all character’s appearance differently as well.
Earlier, the concept art and trailer description from Avengers: Infinity War confirmed that Captain America and Black Widow would also be donning a new look in the film. It is possible that the changes in their appearance could be connected with the events that took place in Captain America: Civil War.
In Civil War, the film concludes as Captain America goes into hiding after saving his side of the team that helped him fight against Tony. Although Black Widow did fight beside Iron Man, she later goes behind his back when she allows Cap to escape.
It’s likely that all three superheroes chose new appearances to stay hidden from the world and lay low as they have been branded as fugitives. But it’s currently unknown if the new looks would go on to be the same till Avengers 4.
Avengers: Infinity War hits theatres on May 4th, 2018. Currently, the Russo Brothers are filming Avengers 4 in Atlanta. Later the directors are expected to film in Tokyo as well.
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