THE new Avengers movie is called Infinity War – and I imagine that’s what Jeremy Renner had with the creators when he saw it. The American actor, who plays Hawkeye in the franchise, shot scenes in Edinburgh last year but embarrassingly had his character completely cut from the movie. He turned down a part in Mission: Impossible 6 to be part of the Marvel blockbuster and suffered a fractured elbow and wrist on set, yet is nowhere to be seen in the latest instalment. It passed the $1billion (£737million) mark at the international box office on Saturday, having had the biggest global opening of all time the weekend before, when it pulled in £465million. But Jeremy has missed out on being part of its phenomenal success. A movie insider said: “Hawkeye was very much a part of the original script and Jeremy filmed scenes last year. Marvel films vast amounts of footage and it was eventually decided his character was superfluous and his sections were cut. “The only mention of him is one throwaway line where it’s explained that his character is on house arrest. “That was put in during reshoots to cover their backs after it was decided Hawkeye… Read full this story
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