Actor Jeremy Renner, regarded for gambling Hawkeye in Marvel movies, is in a “critical but stable situation” after he suffered injuries while ploughing snow in Nevada’s Reno over the New Year’s Eve weekend. He was airlifted to the nearby clinic after the harm.
The Academy Award-nominated actor, who these days stars in The Mayor of Kingstown, was at home near Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe for the duration of New Year’s Eve. According to reports, the vicinity witnessed a heavy winter storm on New Year’s Eve, wherein around 35,000 homes across Northern Nevada’s Washoe, Carson, Douglas, and Lyon counties lost electricity for more than an afternoon, keeping with the record. The twist of fate came about on Sunday, and the actor was quickly airlifted to the nearby medical institution.
The exact location of the accident has not been revealed. Presently, the actor is surrounded by his circle of relatives and is receiving “extremely good care,” stated his spokesperson. “We can affirm Jeremy is in critical, however stable situation with accidents suffered after experiencing a weather-related accident while plowing snow,” the consultant clarified to Variety.
Jeremy Renner was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar in 2010 for Kathryn Bigelow’s The Hurt Locker, after which he attained a nomination for Supporting Actor consecutively for the next year for The Town. He may be next seen in The Mayor of Kingstown, to be able to flow on Paramount+. The second season is set to set to debut on January 15.
Created by Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon and produced by 101 Studios, Bosque Ranch Productions, MTV Entertainment Studios, and Paramount Network, the original synopsis of the mystery series read “The Mayor of Kingstown follows the McLusky own family, electricity brokers in Kingstown, Mich., in which the commercial enterprise of incarceration is the best thriving enterprise. Tackling topics of systemic racism, corruption, and inequality, the series presents a stark look at their attempt to carry order and justice to a metropolis that has neither.” The actor has been a part of several commercially and seriously acclaimed movies consisting including the Mission: Impossible collection, Arrival, 28 Weeks Later, and American Hustle.