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Yelena & Kate’s Future Has Been Teased By Hawkeye Director

With just two episodes left in Season 1, Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye will come to an end on Disney+. Solo adventure series hero Jeremy Renner has faced new challenges in Episode 4. Clint Barton and Kate Bishop work through their tie-up and try to figure out who’s behind the rising danger in front of them. Meanwhile, fans of the MCU’s fifth streaming project of the year are deep into it.

Alaqua Cox’s Echo, Fra Fee’s Kazi Kazimierczak, and the Tracksuit Mafia are right in front of this archer duo right now as they hawk stolen artifacts from the Avengers Compound following Endgame. As big as Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin is, the show’s endgame is still a mystery even though bigger players are surely lurking in the shadows.

In addition, fans have been eagerly awaiting Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova’s arrival following the post-credits scene in Black Widow 2021. Fans can expect a lot more from Black Widow’s assassin, Hawkeye, and the MCU’s newest archer, Kate Bishop.

Director of Hawkeye Teases Both Yelena & Kate’s Future

Clint Barton And Kate Bishop

Following Yelena Belova’s first appearance in Episode 4, Hawkeye directors Bert & Bertie spoke with Entertainment Tonight about their relationship with Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop and Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova.

At the end of the episode, the show’s directors discuss the purpose of the fight scene. Here, Bert stated that everyone involved “were all after something else” before engaging in combat with each other. Yelena and Kate’s scenes with Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton and Alaqua Cox’s Echo, Bert explained how she thinks scenes like that work better when the story “(runs) through it”

“We always believe a fight scene is so much stronger when there’s a story running through it,”

Don’t “Mess With Yelena.”

Bertie explained that it was centered on “being in the moment with the characters” when it came to the choreography and camera work used to show both fights. As a result, “that confusion from Clint’s point of view” was brought to the forefront of the conversation, putting Barton’s perspective first.

This fight Bertie also lauded this fight scene’s actors’ ability to bring “physicality,” as well as their willingness to do so, to their performance. It was easier for the director to shoot for more extended perimeter extended time. This allows him to complete all of the filming tasks:

“Having actors that are so able and so capable and so willing to be part of the physicality of it means that we can keep my cameras on them for longer and keep the audience in the action for longer. So, it was a gift to us.”

Before Yelena uses her gadgets to escape down the building’s side, she and Kate have a brief pause of Yelena’s disapproving look and Kate’s preparation to shoot an arrow directly at her. Bertie explained that Yelena was giving her a warning look, as in, “Don’t mess with me.”

There’s more to that look from Yelena and the story that will unfold for Yelena and Kate, Bertie hinted at the end of their conversation.

“But also, there’s something a little bit deeper where you feel like this isn’t the end of their story together.”

Kate Bishop vs. Black Widow – Round 2?

There was a lot of anticipation among Hawkeye fans when Pugh’s Yelena Belova first joined the show’s cast following the Black Widow post-credits scene. Yelena and Kate Bishop’s connection may now be the source of intrigue as we wait for the final two episodes of Season 5.

In order toTopact on the Hawkeye series without saying a word, Pugh’s anti-hero looked at Kate Bishop and stopped her from releasing her arrow. This makes it clear that she’s here in a big way. No matter how much you know about Kate and what Barton is up to with her, Yelena’s primary target is clearly not Barton or any of the other Avengers.

During the final two episodes of the season, the connection between Kate and Yelena will be something to keep an eye on.