He’s playing good cop/bad cop, but it’s just him in some way with each one of us. I think we all had our own interactions with his character, but my experience has been very much a kind of…
I think he’s trying to figure out a way to put holes in the team, trying to figure out a way to disassemble us in some way and manipulate us individually. I’ve really seen his dramatic turn and vice versa and we had fun playing with that and Joss writes such solid dialogue that we each have really nice meaty points of view. now because you dealt with Nick Fury a lot and you dealt with Coulson, plus there’s also Maria Hill, so who do you each take orders from directly. Or are you working with Coulson and Maria Hill in this?
That’s sort of philosophy of snipers that I hang out on rooftops and trees and things like that by themselves, and don’t really kind of work with anybody else. even in military, it’s the same sort of thing, so I think it just plays into his character and being a rogue agent.
Tom told us yesterday that Loki has scenes with each of you and the Avengers.
RENNER: Tom is a troubled boy, but he looks good in his costume. RENNER: And I just don’t take any direction at all.
One of the things about your characters that’s always interesting is that neither of you have superpowers, just abilities and skills, and you’re basically on a team with a giant green monster, a God, so how do you interact with them? (laughs) Okay, I was more curious about how Maria Hill plays into it because in the comics, she even takes over for Fury, and we haven’t seen her at all here so I wondered how much is delegated to her.
” Actually, I have specialized things that I can’t tell you anything really about, but I can put him down so (laughs) it’s pretty cool. Where do we find your characters as the film starts off? JOHANSSON: All our costumes are unzipped, some air conditioning venting unit goes in. We all have our various things that we have to do to get comfortable. RENNER: Well, I laugh once in a while and he’s always growling, “Stop it! They’re all tremendous, and well overcome the obstacles we need to overcome. was wearing a Black Sabbath shirt so are you guys trying to champion the soundtrack?
The first draft to me was still very much a work in progress, and Joss wanted everybody’s notes and got all of them, and we all met separately and together and talked about it. Joss was like pulling his hair out, doing these insane drafts on a time crunch, but I think with everybody’s notes and all of us kind of looking out for each other really streamlined it to something that is very coherent. It very much felt like an assemblage of a lot of different storylines together, but I think that’s all part of the screenwriting process in a ways. RENNER: Yeah, there’s no bigger fan than Joss of this world, and he’s a really good writer and he had a massive task to write this movie and direct it, massive.
The first draft to me was a little bit like “Waugh! I don’t know anybody who could really write this and really put in all the stuff that he really wanted to put in, cause he honors all these characters so much, so people will ask about backstory and all these other things, he’s like, “Well, there’s a lot going on in this movie.” We won’t have a lot of the time that he wanted to put into each and every character.
Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner have apologized for calling their “Avengers: Age of Ultron” co-star Scarlett Johansson’s character Black Widow a “whore” during a recent press interview. “Yesterday we were asked about the rumors that Black Widow wanted to be in a relationship with both Hawkeye and Captain America,” Evans said in a statement.
website Digital Spy, were asked about the character’s multiple romances in the Marvel universe, to which Renner sarcastically responded, “She’s a slut.” Evans laughed: “I was going to do something along those lines…’She’s a complete whore.'” Well the Internet didn’t find it funny, and on Thursday, Captain America and Hawkeye fell on their shield/crossbow.