Jeremy Renner is fighting to survive — and once again soon, to thrive.
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short clip (captioned “My nephew had more to share with his ‘Not dead uncle'” on Instagram), he does an impression of Renner’s signature smolder. My nephew, August, who wrote me the SWEETEST letter has more to share with me. Thought I’d pass it on.
! #mysweetnephew pic.twitter.com/UIRbgonh6J“So, Uncle Jeremy… I can do the thing that you do with your eyebrow,” he says, looking straight into the camera and raising his left eyebrow. His parents can be heard cracking up in the background as he asks, “Is that the thing? That it?” “100%. That’s what it is,” his mom confirms.In the note posted on Renner’s Instagram story, Auggie wrote that he “is very lucky because my uncle is hawk-eye (witch is one of the Avengers).
I am also very lucky that my uncle is alive from his accident.”“Love my little man. Bless you Auggie,” Renner added to the photo with prayer hand and heart emojis.According to a report obtained by CNN, Renner was trying to stop the vehicle from sliding and slamming into another nephew when he was pulled underneath it. He was left in critical condition after suffering “blunt chest trauma” and breaking more than 30 bones, necessitating two different surgeries.
In late January, he was released from the hospital and has since been recovering from home.The 52-year-old has been dutifully updating fans on his recovery and promoting his show “Mayor of Kingsttown” on social media. Season 2 of the drama premiered Sunday, Jan. 15 on Paramount+.
Jeremy Renner is fighting to survive — and once again soon, to thrive.
Jeremy Renner is opening up about his near-death experience after being run over by a snowplow in January. "I'd do it again. Yeah, I'd do it again," the actor explained.
Jeremy Renner is speaking out publicly for the first time about the accident that almost took his life. A promo for a sit-down interview between Diane Sawyer and the Marvel star was released by ABC News on Wednesday, in which he opens up about the snowcat accident that left him in critical condition on New Year's Day.On New Year’s Day, Renner was crushed by a snowcat near his home in the Mt.
first on-screen interview since the January incident.“I chose to survive,” said Renner, 52. “You’re not going to kill me.
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horrific snowplow accident that nearly took his life in early January, sitting down for a TV interview with Diane Sawyer that will air on ABC on April 6. “I was awake through every moment,” Renner tells Sawyer in a trailer for the interview, during which Sawyer also recounts the extent of the “Hawkeye” actor’s injuries.“Eight ribs broken in 14 places, right knee, right ankle broken, left leg broken, left ankle broken, right clavicle broken, right shoulder broken, face, eye socket, jaw broken.
Jeremy Renner is celebrating his daughter Ava‘s birthday!
Jeremy Renner is setting his return to the public eye for the first time since he was seriously injured in a snow plow accident on New Year’s Day.
After suffering severe injuries from a snowplow accident in January, Jeremy Renner is crediting a special lady in his life for his speedy recovery. Renner identified his daughter, Ava, as being a source of his strength, writing a heartfelt tribute for her 10th birthday on his Instagram story. "Happy 10th Birthday to you!!!! So very proud of you in every way.
Jeremy Renner showed his recovery efforts as he walked on a treadmill nearly four months after being crushed by a snowplow. The 52-year-old actor was fastened inside an antigravity machine which allowed him to transfer 60% of the weight off his lower body and enabled him to have almost full range of motion in his legs. In a video shared with his millions of fans on Twitter, the "Hawkeye" star said he was using "40% of his weight" to walk on the high-tech equipment.
Jeremy Renner continues to make progress in his recovery efforts following the snowplow accident in January. The Hawkeye star took to Instagram to share a video where he literally took strides atop a treadmill.
Zack Sharf Digital News Director Jeremy Renner’s recovery rom his January snow plow accident appears to be progressing, as the actor is seen walking for the first time in his latest update on social media. The “Hawkeye” star posted a video to his Instagram story in which he walks with the assistance of an anti-gravity treadmill. Renner confirms in the video that he is doing all of “the walking motion” himself, with the anti-gravity treadmill taking off a percentage of his body weight as his legs slowly recover. The actor captioned the post: “Now is the time for my body to rest and recover from my will.”
Jeremy Renner is sharing a new update on his recovery and he’s giving fans a peak at himself walking for the first time since his snow plow accident.
Jeremy Renner is showing off his healing progress. On Sunday, the star shared a video from a recent physical therapy session.
Jeremy Renner has been reunited with the snowplough that crushed him on New Year’s Day.The actor was left in critical condition in a hospital ICU following the incident in Reno, Nevada, suffering blunt chest trauma, orthopaedic injuries, and breaking over 30 bones in his body. He was trying to save his nephew from the sliding vehicle when the accident happened.Renner was airlifted to a local hospital where he underwent surgery, before he was later released on January 18, 2023.The plough had been impounded by the police since the accident.
heroically saved in a freak snowplow accident in January.The “Avengers” star shared the heartfelt gesture on his Instagram Story Wednesday as he continues to recover from critical injuries sustained in the ordeal.“I am very lucky because my uncle is Hawkeye (which is one of the Avengers),” Renner’s nephew wrote in the letter. “I am also very lucky that my uncle is alive from his accident.”The note left Renner emotional, prompting him to share it with his 20.4 million followers on the platform.“Love my little man.
Jeremy Renner is sharing a sweet note from his nephew. The 52-year-old actor took to his Instagram Story on Wednesday to post a note his young nephew wrote him following his serious snow plow accident in January.
Jeremy Renner has shared an image of a hand-written note from his nephew following the Hawkeye star’s snow plow accident earlier this year.Posting to his Instagram Story on March 15, as captured by Variety, the touching note from his nephew reads: “I am very lucky because my uncle is Hawkeye (which is one of the Avengers). I am also very lucky that my uncle is alive from his accident.”Renner received life-threatening injuries at the start of the year when he was crushed by his snow plow in an accident that had left him in critical condition.
Jeremy Renner has shared a heartfelt message from his nephew as he continues to recover from his serious snowplough accident earlier this year. The Marvel actor, 52, shared the message on his Instagram story in which his nephew said he was “very lucky” to have an Avenger for an uncle. Renner was crushed by a six-tonne snowploughing machine near his home close to the Nevada-California state border in the US.