Jeremy Renner has hinted at returning home after hospitalization for over half a month. "The Mayor of Kingstown" star underwent surgery and had to stay at the hospital for quite some time following a snowplow accident on New Year's Day.
Renner suffered serious injuries and blunt chest trauma after accidentally being run over by a huge snow removal equipment, PistenBully. At the time, he was reportedly in critical but stable condition.
In a new tweet Monday night, the 52-year-old answered a post about "The Mayor of Kingston" Season 2's premiere. He said he was very excited to watch the show's first episode with his "family at home" outside his "brain fog in recovery."
For starters, the "Hawkeye" sustained serious injuries near his property in Reno, Nevada, while plowing the snow while following a family member driving a car stuck in the ice. Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam said, via HuffPost, that his office believed the actor was towing the vehicle with the snowplow when the machine started to roll and ran over him as he tried to regain its control.
The accident resulted in him suffering from blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. After being rushed to the hospital on January 1, he underwent surgery the next day and spent days in the intensive care unit to recover. Balaam confirmed in a press conference on January 4 that he wasn't "impaired" at all, per Page Six.
On January 3, Renner himself updated his fans on Instagram, thanking everyone for their continued support while admitting he was "too messed up to type." Since then, he started to be active on social media again, with many alluding he was already out of danger, though his hospital selfie showed his facial injuries.
He later shared a clip of his hospital activities, like his mom and sister treating him to a "spa day" and his 52nd birthday celebration with the hospital staff. Of course, many of the Golden Globe nominee's fans and fellow actors wish him well as he recovers.
His fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe actors, starting with Josh Brolin, told him he was blessed and wished him a quick recovery, calling him his "brother" and adding a heart emoji. Chris Evan, in addition, called him "tough as nails," while Paul Bettany sent "love and healing" his way. Chris Hemsworth also wished him a "speedy recovery."
Meanwhile, Renner made another post at the end of last week, giving everyone a glimpse of his snowy home in Nevada. "Missing my happy place," he captioned his post. He then advised his neighbors to "stay safe out there" after the recent snowstorm, saying it was a "rough ride over the pass."