Jeremy Renner well being replace: Actor says he is ‘engaged on me’

A month after a snowplow accident left Jeremy Renner severely injured with a number of damaged bones, the “Hawkeye” star is trying ahead to a brand new chapter.

The Oscar-nominated actor, 52, on Wednesday supplied followers with updates on his well being and his upcoming Disney+ collection “Rennervations.”

“Behind the scenes on #rennervations coming soon on @disneyplus around the world !,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a photograph of two folks customizing a bus. “We are curing up now @disney and @disneyplus to launch this amazing new show …. While I am in the shop now, working on me.”

He shared an analogous replace earlier this month, saying that the present would come as quickly as he’s again on his ft.

“Rennervations” is a four-part actuality collection starring and govt produced by Renner. In it, the two-time Oscar nominee will journey the world over to create “unique purpose-built vehicles” to fulfill numerous communities’ wants. According to Disney, the challenge additionally will showcase Renner’s pursuits and abilities as “a construction aficionado.”

Renner was hospitalized Jan. 1 for the extreme wounds he acquired within the accident close to his Lake Tahoe-area dwelling on New Year’s Day. The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office reported that Renner was attempting to drag his truck out of the snow with the assistance of his grownup nephew when he was crushed by his snowplow.

After Renner jumped out of the snowplow with out setting the parking brake, the 14,000-pound car started to roll towards his nephew. The actor tried to board the transferring plow and received “pulled under the left side track,” mentioned a report from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office.

Read also  Kanye West's former attorneys lastly observe him down

He was airlifted in important situation and handled for his accidents. Authorities mentioned he had “30 broken bones.” Renner, who was launched from the hospital by Jan. 16, has saved followers within the loop on his restoration.


Times workers author Christi Carras contributed to this report.