Jeremy Renner is all set for an epic return to TV less than a year after getting involved in a horrific snowplow accident.
The legendary Hollywood actor nearly lost his life to severe injuries after getting overrun by his massive, 14,000-ton snowplow at Lake Tahoe on New Year’s Day earlier this year.
Now, the 52-year-old Hawkeye star is looking forward to resuming his acting career after having to relearn how to walk.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Renner is coming back to Mayor of Kingstown after Paramount+ renewed the series for its third season.
As of this writing, it remains unclear when the show is set to premiere, and it is said that the actor is still recovering from his injuries meaning he might currently not be in the right condition to film all of his scenes.
“Positive daily routines have been a solid foundation in my recovery. Build your mind, the body will follow,” the actor recently told his fans on social media as he opened up about his recovery.
“I make sure I get leg movements and stretches everyday … ‘oil’ up inside my metal/joints with movement … push out scar tissue, strengthen muscle, tendons to have more Joint support.
“If you’re struggling, just know your attitude will dictate every waking moment moving forward …. Let go of the past, and move with positive intention and you will be provided. I promise.”
As a result of his snowplow accident earlier this year, Renner suffered more than thirty broken bones as well as serious trauma to his chest and limbs.
After getting run over by the vehicle, he was airlifted to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno where he was treated for “critical” injuries.
Our thoughts remain with Renner as his recovery continues.