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For years, Vincent D’Onofrio has reveled in teasing followers a few potential return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Kingpin, who was first launched to the plenty in Netflix’s Daredevil, which is now not considered official franchise canon.
As a consequence, we’d been listening to fixed rumors about Wilson Fisk’s impending comeback, which lastly turned out to be true when Hawkeye‘s fifth episode aired. Even before his participation in the Disney Plus series was confirmed, D’Onofrio was on the market trolling folks by posting Kingpin-related teases and vague statements that followers have been analyzing in minute element.
The Hawkeye crew have already outlined the degrees of subterfuge it took to sneak the star on and off the set with out being found, and in an interview with Collider, director Rhys Thomas admitted that D’Onofrio’s Twitter got here triggered him a bit little bit of consternation on a couple of event.
“I think there were some moments when I feel like Vincent tripped once on Twitter, he posted something that got people a little… And some people knew and people were talking about it.”
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At least the cat is out of the bag now, so everybody concerned in preserving Kingpin’s Hawkeye return below wraps can breathe a sigh of aid. At least for now, that’s. We’re all expecting D’Onofrio to return in Echo, which is touted to start capturing in April 2022, so we’d must undergo the entire thing over again.