Following an accident involving a snowplough on New Year’s Day, Jeremy Renner is still providing updates on his condition from the hospital.
The Hawkeye actor, who turns 52 on Saturday, shared a picture of himself on his Instagram Story on Friday, surrounded by medical workers, along with a note of thanks.
He captioned the picture, “Thank you famous medical ICU team for starting this journey,” and added a number of prayer emojis underneath it.
As he heals from the serious wounds he sustained in a snowplough accident earlier this month, the actor has posted three times from the hospital, the most recent of which was on Friday. He was evacuated from his house to a hospital on January 1 and underwent surgery the next day.
On December 3, Renner posted his first update on Instagram, a picture taken from his hospital bed, in which he thanked his followers for their well-wishes following his accidents. In the caption, he wrote: “I appreciate all of your warm sentiments. I’m now too confused to type. But I send you all my love.”
He uploaded a video on his Instagram Story and on twitter on Thursday showing his sister giving his brother a head massage and making him giggle while his mother watched, in what the actor described as a “spa time to raise my spirits.”
In the footage, Renner’s sister could be heard saying, “He’s so sexy, yeah,” as the lens focused on the Marvel actor’s face. Literally, look at all that blood,” she said as Renner said the “spa moment” was his first bath since being hurt by a 14,330-lb snowplough on New Year’s Day while clearing snow from his property. He said, “First shower in certainly a week or so.” “Gross!”
In a comment posted accompanied the video of his experience, the Avengers star said: “ICU SPA MOMENT TO LIFT MY SPIRITS. I appreciate your affection, mother, sister, and everyone else.”
On December 3, a spokesman informed PEOPLE that Renner was “On Sunday, he cleared the snow from his driveway so that his family could leave the house after celebrating the new year together. Considering that everyone up there had been without power for 24 hours and that there had been a significant snowfall, he was also assisting in clearing the snow from his neighbor’s property.”
In the meanwhile, Renner was assisting a family member move a “stuck” car out of the estimated 3 feet of snowfall from the previous night when the event occurred, Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam stated in a press conference the same day.
Evangeline Lilly, Hailee Steinfeld, and Chris Hemsworth are among the friends and co-stars of Jeremy Renner who have sent their best wishes for the actor’s recovery. Lilly, 43, said on Instagram that Renner has “always been one of the most grounded and real individuals I have met in Hollywood.”
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Frequently Asked Questions:
Is Jeremy Renner deaf in real life?
I’m not deaf; I’m just hard of hearing. Because it’s always been a part of Clint’s character in the comics, I thought it was just a very lovely thing, and we managed to make it a realistic entrance point for his life and how it impacts it.
When did Hawkeye start going deaf?
Clint’s father abused him when he was younger, and as a result, he had hearing loss. Clint and his older brother Barney learned sign language as a coping mechanism. Clint acquires two eye-catching purple hearing aides at the issue’s conclusion, embraces his impairment, and boldly declares himself to be deaf.
Is Jeremy Renner left handed?
The gloves are really on the incorrect hands, which is not depicted in the cut, but that is the first problem. Since Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye is left-handed and utilises his left arm to draw back the bow string, his archers glove is on his left hand.
How did Renner accident happen?
On January 1st, the Marvel actor suffered an injury while removing snow from the driveway of his Nevada residence. Renner’s upper body was “crushed” by a snowcat vehicle, according to the 911 call record. He has had two operations and is still recovering.