MCU’s Hawkeye Star Jeremy Renner Clinically Died During Snowplow Accident

Jeremy Renner Feels Strong Enough to Return to the MCU Ill Be Ready

More than a year ago, the star of several MCU movies including his own standalone show, Jeremy Renner, better known to fans as Hawkeye was involved in a terrifying and life-threatening accident.

On January 1, 2023, he was hospitalized following a severe accident at home involving his snowplow, resulting in blunt chest trauma and 30 broken bones. The snowplow, weighing 14,330 pounds, ran over him. He was airlifted to Renown Regional Medical Center, underwent surgery, and remained in critical condition in the intensive care unit. On January 17, he was discharged and returned home. Ten weeks later, he started walking with a cane, and doctors attributed his survival to his health and fitness.

Luckily Renner made a full recovery as it seems, recently, he stated that he feels strong enough to return to the MCU and feels extremely grateful to his co-stars and fans for unending support that gave him enough mental strength to preserve.

During an exclusive interview with The Direct’s Russ Milheim, “Mayor of Kingstown” actor Michael Beach revealed that his co-star Jeremy Renner experienced clinical death after his snowplow incident. This means that Renner’s heart actually stopped beating.

“Jeremy [Renner] is a war horse, man. I mean that guy, you know, he broke 38 bones. He actually died, which I didn’t know until he told me, and he’s been coming back. And he says he wasn’t sure how it would be. But he was ready. And he says every week, he feels stronger and stronger. And there’s been no interruption because of his physical abilities or not. He’s in it doing it. He’s great. Yeah, he’s a great guy, man. And he’s really as tough as nails.”

This is truly terrifying and makes Renner’s recovery even more fascinating.

MCU has dozens of projects either in development or rumored to be in development and even though none of the projects feature Hawkeye in a standalone role, there is plenty of space for him to return in projects such as ‘Avengers 5,’ ‘Avengers Secret Wars’ and ‘Daredevil: Born Again.’ Considering the role of Kate Bishop in the upcoming ‘Young Avengers’ we can see Hawkeye in the role of a mentor once again. In any case, we’re hoping he gets that call and that he is truly ready.

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