Fans are curious about Jeremy Renner‘s health ahead of the debut of his upcoming Disney+ show, “Rennervations.”
The actor’s new reality docuseries is set to premiere this April, just a few months after his New Year’s day snow plow accident that left him in critical condition. To that end, he has released a poster featuring all the necessary details of the four-part series, prompting fans to ask pertinent questions about his recovery.
Jeremy Renner Set To Launch His Docuseries Amid Questions From Fans
Renner’s passion for giving back to society has been one of the biggest reasons for the love he receives from fans. Thus, it did not surprise supporters when the California-born celeb disclosed that he would return to his hometown — Reno, Nevada, and three other cities — to locate decommissioned government vehicles that he and his team can rebuild for a new — and better — purpose.
In a recent update, the “Avengers” star shared a poster that confirmed that “Rennervations” would premiere on April 12 on Disney+. The image featured the actor posing in front of a tire decorated with various tools, including screws, spanners, and jumper cables.
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A clean-shaven Renner donned a serious look with his arms folded, with the show’s title and tagline “Every build has a purpose,” adorning his black round neck t-shirt. “Renovate. Repurpose. Reimagine. #Rennervations, an Original series, is streaming April 12 on #DisneyPlus!” the “Hawkeye” actor reaffirmed in the Instagram caption.
Since he dropped the post nearly 24 hours ago, it has gotten 131k likes and hundreds of comments from well-meaning fans. One person queried, “Hope he is doing better after the snow plow accident,” another reiterated, “Didn’t he almost die recently?”
A third fan hoped he was “healthy enough before doing this,” and a fourth asked, “Hey Renner are you ok?! how is your recovery?, adding their wish for him to “get better soon and recover 100%. We look forward to seeing you on the big screen soon.”
Meanwhile, another fan wanted to know if “Hawkeye” was returning for a second season, and a sixth quipped, “Episode 1. Rennervating Myself. (Lol, too soon?).”
The Blast previously shared that Renner teased his latest project last month when he uploaded an Instagram picture of himself in conversation with a man and woman. The Academy Award nominee wrote beneath the snap:
“We are so very excited to share the #rennervations show with you all on @disneyplus coming very soon!!! As soon as I’m back on my feet, we are coming to YOU , all across the globe… I hope you’re ready !!!”
Even though the news warmed the hearts of many, they showed concern for “The Hurt Locker” actor in the comments, with one instructing, “Don’t rush your recovery! We’ll be here patiently waiting. Just focus on getting healthy!!”
The ‘Mayor Of Kingstown’ Star Shares Dedication To Fully Recovering From Snow-Related Accident
At the start of this month, The Blast reported that Renner was doing “whatever it takes” to recover from his snow plow incident. The Marvel pro had shared a clip of himself rebuilding the strength of his left leg with the assistance of a Technogym bike on his Instagram Story.
The video showed the dark-haired hunk sitting on the chair and pedaling away, using his hand to help him with the movement. In a subsequent slide, Renner disclosed that he was taking care of his “Mental Recovery Too,” with a photo of him reading Mark Nepo’s “The Book of Awakening” beside a fireplace.
The father-of-one has been chronicling his recovery journey since he survived the horrifying snow-related incident on January 1. In case you missed it, the “Love Comes to the Executioner” star was using his snow-removal plow to remove his nephew’s car after it became stuck in the snow in his driveway.
However, the tractor started sliding down a street after the vehicle was towed, which resulted in Renner jumping out of its cab. Soon after the Screen Actors Guild winner exited the tractor, he realized it could hit his nephew, who was with him then.
The “Mayor of Kingstown” lead then tried re-entering the snowplow to derail it from its dangerous path. Unfortunately, Renner got pulled under the machine’s left side track and was run over during the attempt.
He was immediately rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with blunt chest trauma and other injuries. The 52-year-old underwent a series of medical procedures before he was allowed to go home to continue his recovery with physical therapy.