Jeremy Renner’s hospital bed photo prompts love from Marvel co-stars

The Marvel co-stars Jeremy Renner are showing their love for their colleague after the actor shared his first photo since suffering serious injuries in a snow plow accident.

Renner, who portrays Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), suffered “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries” while attempting to clear the driveway of his home in Reno, Nevada, according to his reps Sunday. Since then he has had at least two surgeries and remains in hospital in critical but stable condition.

A photo showing Renner recovering in a hospital was posted to his official Instagram account Tuesday night. The photo shows the actor wearing glasses and looking at the camera while lying in a hospital bed. He appears alert while an injury is visible on the left side of his face and a tube is attached to his nose, likely for supplemental oxygen.

“Thank you all for your kind words,” the 51-year-old actor wrote alongside the photo and a praying hands emoji. “I’m too confused to write now.

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Actor Jeremey Renner is seen during the premiere of Marvel Studios’ “Hawkeye” on November 17, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. After the 51-year-old actor suffered serious injuries Sunday, tributes were poured in from Renner’s co-stars and fans in a snow plow accident at his home in Reno, Nevada.
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Actors and people behind the scenes at the MCU and beyond were quick to respond to the post with messages of support.

“Hard as nails. I love you buddy.” Captain America Star Chris Evans wrote while sharing a heart emoji.

“Keep praying your way brutha,” she wrote Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt, who also shared a heart emoji.

“Speedy recovery, mate” Thor Star Chris Hemsworth wrote. “Send love your way!”

“My Brother, I Love You,” Taika Waititi, writer and director of Thor: Love and ThunderShe wrote alongside a heart emoji.

“Sending all our love bro and hoping for a speedy recovery,” wrote brothers Joe and Anthony Russo, MCU directors, while sharing a heart emoji.

Others who expressed support for Renner in response to the post sharing the photo included actors Orlando Bloom, Kate Beckinsale, Isla Fisher, Tasha Smith and Tony Dalton.

The official account of Mayor of Kingstonthe drama series Paramount+, in which Renner stars, also responded by wishing the actor a “speedy recovery.”

Celebrities, including Renner’s co-stars, previously paid tribute to their colleague after news of his accident first broke.

“Prayers for our brother for a full and speedy recovery,” wrote Mark Ruffalo, who plays Hulk in the MCU, on his Instagram Stories.

“Further prayers to our brother [Jeremy Renner] and his family,” tweeted Actor Rob Kirkland, Renners Mayor of Kingston co-star. “Jeremy is a good guy, a strong guy, he’s coming through.”

“My heart is with you [Jeremy Renner],” Guardians of the Galaxy Director James Gunn tweeted next to a praying hands emoji.

In the weeks leading up to his accident, Renner shared images on Instagram and Twitter that highlighted the heavy snowfall near his home in Reno, an area that continues to be battered by winter storms.

“Snowfalls on Lake Tahoe are no joke,” he said tweeted in December when he shared a photo of a vehicle submerged in snow.

Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve said so Reno Gazette Journal on Monday that Renner was trying to help “a man stranded in the snow” with his plow when the accident happened.

Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam said there was no evidence of foul play and described the incident as a “tragic accident” in comments to reporters, according to the Associated Press.

news week has reached out to Renner’s publicist for comment.

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Rick Schindler

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