After being run over by a snowplow while trying to save his nephew, Jeremy Runner gave updates on his recovery, saying his TV series Rennervations is yet to come “very soon” on the Disney + viewing platform, as soon as it is back on its feet.
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Despite his horrific incident echoing across the globe, there’s no stopping Jeremy Renner.
The well-known actor from the Avengers universe, seriously injured in an accident in Nevada on New Year’s Day, made a new post on Instagram to inform his admirers.
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“We are so excited to share the #Rennervations show with all of you on @disneyplus coming very soon!!!,” the post reads. “As soon as I recover, we come to YOU, all over the world…I hope you are ready!”
The show in question will be split into four parts and will follow 52-year-old Jeremy Renner as he helps people on all continents by “reimagining vehicles in unique ways, specifically designed to meet the needs of a community. “.
Days before the drama, the actor shared a teaser trailer for the series on Instagram on Dec. 29, writing, “There’s no better way to kick off the new year than by giving back to those who care. Not needed anymore!”
According to a press release shared with American media, Renner would be more than just an actor, being also a great construction enthusiast. “He is heavily invested in the highly creative manufacturing culture that exists across the world and hopes to change lives with these skills and inspire others to do the same,” it explains.
Jeremy Renner was hospitalized Jan. 1 after being run over by a snow groomer weighing more than 14,000 pounds he was using to help a family member whose vehicle was stuck in the snow near Lake Tahoe. He suffered “serious” injuries, breaking more than 30 bones.
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It was then revealed that he was trying to stop the snowplow from slipping and hitting his nephew.
The actor playing Hawkeye was airlifted to a Reno hospital after a neighbor who happened to be a doctor applied a tourniquet to his leg to stop the bleeding.
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Following the surgeries, Renner was transferred to the intensive care unit.
Two weeks later, on January 16, the latter returned from the hospital and announced that he was in remission at his home.
Rennervations was originally scheduled to launch on Disney+ in early 2023.