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Hawkeye Writer Reveals Discarded Ant-Man Easter Egg


Writer Hawkeye Tanner Bean reveals he had an idea for a hilarious Ant-Man Easter Egg that didn’t make the series’ final cut.

Hawk Eye writer Tanner Bean revealed that there was a The ant Man Easter egg that did not make the final cut.

On Twitter, Bean revealed that for Hawk Eyeblack market auction, he replayed the final battle in Avengers: Endgame to think about the artifacts that might be found in the wreckage of the Avengers base. “My idea: ‘La Cucaracha’ – playing the horn on the steering wheel of Luis’ van. (Hey, they can’t all be a winner),” he joked.

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Marvel fans will recognize Luis’s van from both The ant Man and its sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp. The vehicle was used for Luis’ criminal enterprises, but became more prominent when it was fitted with a quantum tunnel. Scott used the van to venture into the Quantum Realm, where he found himself trapped after the snap dusted Hope van Dyne, Janet van Dyne and Hank Pym.

Luis’s van was destroyed by Thanos in the final battle of End of Game, so his steering wheel could have been a great addition to the auction of artifacts found in the rubble of the Avengers complex. However, while the Easter egg “La Cucaracha” was unsuccessful, another The ant Man nod featured in Episode 3 as a Pym Particle Arrow. When the tracksuit mafia headed for Clint Barton and Kate Bishop, Clint shot a Pym arrow at Kate’s arrow, which multiplied it in size and destroyed their vehicle. Episode 1 also featured a theatrical version of Ant-Man in Rogers the musical, which hilariously annoyed Clint.

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In episode 1 of Hawk Eye, Kate followed her mother’s mysterious new fiancé into a basement and discovered a black market auction. There, bidders fought for the costume and sword of the international assassin Ronin. “The Ronin brought brutal justice to his victims, and his identity remains a mystery to this day,” said one auctioneer.

Hawkeye took on the role of Ronin following the events of the snap, in which his entire family was dusted off. Ronin went on a rampage, killing criminals he said didn’t deserve to survive. Kate stole Ronin’s outfit, leaving Clint the responsibility of protecting them both from those who wanted revenge.

The first three episodes of Hawk Eye are now streaming on Disney +.

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