Jeremy Renner says he’s working on himself following snow plow accident
A month after a critical snow plow injury that crushed over 30 of his bones, Jeremy Renner told fans that he is now in the process of recovery.
The Hawkeye star updated his supporters about his condition on Instagram on Wednesday, Feb. 15, saying that he is currently “working on me.” The health update was also accompanied by a photo of the upcoming “Rennervations,” a docuseries that follows his journey as he “travels the world helping communities by reimagining unique purpose-built vehicles.”
“Behind the scenes on #rennervations coming soon on @disneyplus around the world! We are cueing up now @disney and @disneyplus to launch this amazing new show. More info to come,” he said. “Thank you for your patience … while I am in the shop now, working on [myself].”
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“Rennervations” was first announced back in February 2022 in a release via U.S.-based media company Variety, is said to be a four-part series that revolves around Renner’s passion of giving back to communities.
Fans took to express their support for Renner in the comments of his post, as they hoped for the superhero actor’s recovery.
“Please don’t work too hard, sir. Just have to remember that there is only [one] Jeremy Renner in this world and he is darn special. We love you, be safe and stay strong. Oh wait… almost forgot… Happy Taco Tuesday to you,” one @tina.holmes.9883739 said.
“We’re all rooting for you! Keep the positive vibes and know you’ve got millions pulling for you,” another @jenboyersea wrote.
Earlier this month, “Ant Man” star Evangeline Lilly said in an exclusive interview with American entertainment platform Access Online that the actor is currently in a wheelchair and he “has recovered like a mo-fo” which is a “straight-up miracle.”
Marvel actor Paul Rudd also told Entertainment Tonight on Feb. 8 that Renner is “doing alright” and “doing well” following his critical accident.
Renner suffered severe injuries after being run over by a giant 14,000-lb. snow plow near his Nevada home in January 2023, which rolled forward after using it to help free a stranded family member from the snow. EDV
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