Hawkeye Episode 6: Is Yelena Belova Back?

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This week will see the publication of Hawkeye’s season finale. Yelena Belova, the sister of Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, will make her return in this episode. Recently, Yelena first appeared in Natasha’s standalone movie and then reappeared in the fourth episode of the MCU show Hawkeye, where she fought with Clint Barton. In Hawkeye Episode 5, Belova battled with Kate Bishop, who stated that she wants to erase Clint Barton’s life since she still believes Barton is to blame for the loss of her dear sister.

What happens in episode 6?

To pique fans’ interest in Hawkeye Episode 6, Marvel has published a new peek focusing on Yelena Belova’s return. So, what’s the deal with that clip? Florence Pugh discusses her big reappearance to the Marvel show Hawkeye as Yelena Belova. She claims she didn’t really anticipate to be pitted against Clint Barton, played by Jeremy Renner. Scarlett Johansson brought her into the MCU in Black Widow, she says.

Don’t miss Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova in Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye. Episode five is now streaming on Disney+.

Scarlett Johansson has had a tumultuous relationship with Marvel Studios since the corporation distributed her film Black Widow on both digital sites and in theatres, in violation of her contract. This show is widely regarded as having had the worst start of any Disney+ and Marvel production to date. It aired following Loki and had a viewership of roughly 40%. One of the numerous reasons for this could be that the show had more protagonists than it needed. This includes recurring characters like Yelena Belova, as well as new characters like the Kingpin who is working his way back into the MCU after his debut presence in the hit Netflix series Daredevil. It remains to see what these characters will do on the show from now on.

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