Jeremy Renner finally steps out without any support!
The renowned actor has defied all odds and taken a remarkable stride towards his recovery. This is a major milestone in his journey back to health, especially after suffering over 30 broken bones and undergoing multiple surgeries from the unfortunate snow plow incident early in the year.
Jeremy Renner’s Incredible Recovery: From Snowplow Accident To Walking Without A Cane
The 52-year-old’s beaming smile and joyful demeanor were evident as he celebrated Kate Beckinsale at her 50th birthday party on Sunday. Renner’s reliance on a cane seems to be behind him as the “Hawkeye” star walked confidently with a bit of support from his friend, fellow actor Casey Affleck, embracing the moment with high spirits.
The Marvel star rocked a stylish ensemble comprising white pants, a light blue shirt, and a denim jacket at the event. Meanwhile, the 47-year-old opted for a cool look, wearing a green shirt and blue jeans.
Despite enduring all he has, the “Dahmer” star is often spotted with his trusty cane in Hollywood, providing him support. In fact, the father-of-one marked his first talk show appearance after the accident on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, proudly showcasing the walking stick during the interview.
With the sturdy wood by his side for support, he danced around the host’s stage, embracing the moment with grace and determination.
Since the near-fatal incident, Renner has been sharing his healing journey on social media. From documenting his workouts to heartfelt words of encouragement from his daughter, the “Mayor of Kingstown” actor keeps the world updated on his inspiring progress.
In May, he shared a video featuring him running through various warm-up styles using two exercise ropes connected to large equipment. Rocking a relaxed look, the “28 Weeks Later” actor wore a black face cap, a matching long-sleeved hoodie over gray shorts, and colored shoes during the invigorating workout session.
With swift moves, he shifted from side to side, added a backward lean, and effortlessly included a squat before gracefully concluding the video with a glance at the camera. Though short, the Academy Award winner shared his meaningful goal in the caption:
“UPDATE: I’ve decided to push through the pain of progress (this damn shattered tibia) and take the new parts for a tiny test drive. The body is miraculous…Even though I feel like the Tin Man, needing oil for all my new joints (hips, knees, ankles, tibia, etc). Encouraged after this warm up to press on (don’t tell my PT).”
The comment section overflowed with heartfelt sentiments from both fans and fellow celebrities, all rooting for his return to peak form while urging him to take it easy. One netizen stated, “Good for you, but please don’t overdo it. You’re making such amazing progress – don’t want to jeopardize that,” while another emphasized, “Looking great! Just don’t push TOO hard and end up causing more damage!!”
Amidst the excitement, Ryan Reynolds cheered, saying, “That’s the stuff!!! ❤️❤️❤️,” while Josh Brolin expressed his support with a string of party poppers and thunderbolt emojis.
‘The Bourne Legacy’ Star Returns To The Red Carpet After Near-Fatal Accident
In April, less than four months after being crushed by his seven-ton snow plow on New Year’s Day while trying to free his nephew’s car at his Reno, Nevada home, Renner made his first appearance on the Hollywood red carpet. He showed up at his “Rennervations” premiere, looking dapper in a deep blue suit over a white shirt and a blue tie.
The event took place at the Regency Village Theatre, where the TV personality gracefully walked with a cane in his right hand while holding his daughter Ava Berlin’s hand with his left. The “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” star took turns using the staff and a knee scooter and even gave the paparazzi a thumbs-up.
The “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” actor shared a snapshot of the blue carpet on his Instagram Story, captioning it excitedly, “Rocking the blue carpet tonight!!!! Ready for this amazing event.”
The Disney+ series, which premiered on April 12, features Renner teaming up with “expert builders” to convert massive decommissioned vehicles into community spaces for youth across the world. The locations include Nevada, Chicago, India, and Mexico.