The Marvel star has shown that he is just as much of an off-screen superhero as he is on film in the year after he nearly died in a strange New Year’s Day mishap. The “Avengers” actor was crushed on New Year’s Day 2023 while attempting to stop his snow-removal tractor from drifting and colliding with his grown nephew in the vicinity of his Nevada home.
Renner suffered many bone breaks in the collision, including eight fractured ribs in fourteen locations, a knee, an eye socket, a collapsed lung, and a rib puncture through his liver.
Renner’s doctor at the time stated that the snowplow was only millimeters away from striking a significant nerve or an organ, which meant that Renner was literally on the verge of death.
Renner seems to have been making the most of his second opportunity since that painful period. He just verified that a new album is on the way. He posted what looked to be the album cover for “Wait” to Instagram earlier this month. He described the post as a “New musical diary — story of life, death, recovery, and all things learned along the way.”
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He wrote on Instagram when he first revealed the project back in October that it “has been painful, deeply healing, and ultimately cathartic for me to create.” I’m hoping I muster the bravery to tell everyone.
On January 1, the day that marks the first anniversary of his almost fatal accident, the album will be released. This is just the most recent way the “Hawkeye” actor has been honoring his recovery, which he has kindly shared with his millions of fans.
“Today marks the day on 10 months of recovery,” he wrote with a video of his workout that he shared in November. The actor made significant improvement from having to relearn how to walk earlier in the year, as seen by the clip in which he was seen hopping down a hill and running back up.
Renner stated that he had “been exploring EVERY type of therapy since Jan 14th” in another post from November. The list is endless and includes numerous hours of physical therapy each day, peptide injections, IV drips and pushes, stem cells and exosomes, red light and infrared therapy, hyperbaric chamber 2.0 atmospheres, cold plunge, and more.
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However, my mentality and my determination to stay here and strive for improvement have been my best forms of therapy. Be unique. I feel I must do so,” he wrote. “Not to waste my life being spared, but to repay my family, friends, and all of you who have helped me to persevere,” the speaker said. I’m grateful to everyone.
Not that Renner had given up on his career entirely. This year, Renner promoted not only his Sweet Grass Vodka but also his Disney+ series “Rennervations,” which was shot prior to his injury. Additionally, costar Emma Laird of “Mayor of Kingstown” hinted on Friday that he would be going back to work on the show.
“It’s happening,” she wrote with a picture of them that she shared on her Instagram stories. Returning next week with my favorite guy.” The studio behind “Kingstown,” Paramount+, has been contacted by CNN for a response.
Renner will also be present in New York City on New Year’s Eve to assist in ringing in 2024 for CNN’s “New Year’s Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen.” As if that weren’t enough.
With all of these endeavors and the incredible strides he’s achieved in the past year, the musician and actor will undoubtedly be really appreciative of his progress on New Year’s Day 2024.