Jeremy Renner is out of the hospital and back at this home, the Marvel actor confirming the news in a tweet late yesterday saying he was “very excited” to watch the season premiere of his Paramount+ series “Mayor of Kingstown” at home.
The Oscar nominee added he was “outside my brain fog in recovery” and will continue to slowly heal from the critical injuries he sustained on New Year’s Day in a freak snow-plowing accident after he tried to help remove a family member’s car from being stuck in the snow.
The snow plow ended up running him over, and he was rushed to the hospital where he underwent two surgeries the next day after suffering blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.
The news comes as Radar Online reports that Renner’s injuries were more substantial than has been let on with the right side of his chest crushed, his upper torso had collapsed, along with a bad head wound and a leg injury.
They add he was well aware he almost died out there recovery will require more reconstructive surgeries. It could take up to two years before he is fully recovered.
It has also been revealed that the key art for the second season of “Mayor of Kingstown,” which boasts a bloodied Renner, has been changed out of respect for the actor. The new season began this past weekend on Paramount+ and will run for the next few weeks.