Since Jeremy Renner’s first social media update following his accident, fellow Avengers and MCU stars have offered their support to the actor. Renner, who made his MCU debut in Kenneth Branagh’s Thor as Clint Barton/Hawkeye, has since portrayed the heroic archer with a bow and arrow throughout the Infinity Saga and the Multiverse Saga to become one of the MCU’s most adored characters. He has participated in seven Marvel Studios films, and his most recent effort as an Avenger was Hawkeye on Disney+. As a result, he has collaborated with many other Marvel Studios talent, and many of them advocate for his recovery after his winter accident.
It was revealed shortly after the start of the new year that Renner had been in a major accident and was hospitalized in a stable but critical condition. A few hours later, the actor posted his first selfie from his hospital bed to reassure the world that everything was all right. Soon, the post was inundated with words of love and support from fans and others he collaborated with in the MCU. Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans, two more Avengers actors, wrote: “Speedy recovery friend. Sending you love” and “You’re tough as nails. Love you, buddy,” as appropriate. “My brother, I adore you,” said Taika Waititi, who also played Korg in the Thor movies.
The details of Jeremy Renner’s accident
Renner is a frequent social media user, so it was a surprise to hear of his strange accident around the holidays when he had been celebrating Hawkeye’s first anniversary and continued to post. Following the original news, the actor’s family and anyone with more information provided frequent updates. The mayor of Reno, Nevada, claims that Renner was helping a person who was stuck in the snow when his snowplow ran over his leg as Renner was removing severe snowfall on New Year’s weekend. He was fortunate that emergency personnel arrived quickly to take him to the hospital.
It will be interesting to see what actually transpired during the accident from Renner since he hasn’t provided his side of the events. In addition to the Marvel Studios star, many people are eager to hear from the folks Renner was assisting prior to his accident. Although they have chosen to remain anonymous out of respect for their privacy, it is possible that they will ultimately reveal themselves and offer their perspective. Renner gained greater compassion from the public as a result of his kindness to the stranded strangers, as people noted that he is a real-life hero in addition to being one on screen.
It’s tough to predict when Renner will leave the hospital, and there hasn’t been a formal update. Nevertheless, the ability to share a photo of himself on social media is a sign that he is making progress toward rehabilitation. He’ll probably have to slow things down at work, but maybe he can return to the set soon as he still plays one of the MCU’s few surviving original Avengers.