Jeremy Renner ‘not afraid to die’ after snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner ‘not afraid to die’ after snowplow accident

Publication date: February 6, 2024

Photo from Jeremy Renner’s Instagram

Jeremy Renner ‘not afraid to die’ after snowplow accident

By Movieguide® Contributor

Jeremy Renner shares how a near-death experience gave him a new outlook on life and death.

“I was never afraid of death before,” the actor said He said While appearing on This Life of Mine with James Corden. “Now, I’m really not afraid of it. Now, I’m falling twice. Now, I’m kind of excited about it.”

Renner was involved in a snowplow accident in January 2023 that shattered more than 30 bones. Formerly Movieguide® mentioned:

Actor Jeremy Renner has been taken to hospital in critical condition after a snowfall accident, Deadline first mentioned.

The AVENGERS actor, 51, reportedly suffered injuries “after being involved in a weather-related accident while plowing snow earlier today.”

“His family is with him and he is receiving excellent care,” a representative said. He said.

The actor was clearing snow from his driveway when he got out of the plow. He began moving on his own and ran over Renner, injuring his chest and legs.

Now, Renner is back on his feet and ready to get to work again.

“I’m always game,” he said He said When asked if he had any interest in reprising his role as Hawkeye in the MCU. “I’ll be strong enough, that’s for sure. I’ll be ready. All these guys come to my bed, and they’ve been with me my whole recovery, so… if they want me, they can have me. It’ll be something.”

Renner has previously spoken about how his MCU co-stars have supported him throughout his recovery.

“Anthony Mackie was one of the first people to get to my hospital bed. This incident. He was in Vegas,” Renner said Tell the people.

Mackie plays Sam Wilson/Captain America in the MCU, and the duo also worked together in 2008’s THE HURT LOCKER.

“He shot, and he’s the first person I saw when I woke up. We don’t talk all the time,” the actor explained. “We don’t hang out all the time, because the problem with having actor friends is, you know, everyone’s so busy and now we’re all parents and we never see each other.” We rarely talk to each other, but the bonding we have is something that is always there.

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