Marvel actor Jeremy Renner is in a critical but stable condition in hospital after an accident occurred while he was ploughing snow.
According to his publicist, actor Jeremy Renner is in a “serious but stable condition” after suffering an injury while clearing snow in Reno, Nevada, over the weekend. According to Hollywood news website Deadline, the accident happened on Sunday, and the “Hawkeye” star is currently receiving “great treatment.” Following the incident, the site added, he was transported to the hospital. The “Avengers” and “Captain America” movies from Marvel include Mr. Renner, a two-time Oscar contender. According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, he had lived for a while in Washoe County, Nevada.
According to the Reno Gazette Journal’s article, the area where his home is located had severe snowfall on New Year’s Eve, which disrupted electricity to more than 35,000 residences in Washoe and adjacent counties.
For his work in “The Hurt Locker,” Mr. Renner received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in 2010. For his work in “The Town,” he was also up for a Best Supporting Actor nomination.
Mr. Renner may now be seen in the Paramount+ streaming film “Mayor of Kingstown.” The second season of it is scheduled to premiere this month.
The Reno Gazette-Journal reports that Renner has a residence close to Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe in the region. According to the newspaper, a winter storm that blasted the area on New Year’s Eve left 35,000 houses without power in the Northern Nevada counties of Washoe, Carson, Douglas, Storey, and Lyon as of this morning.
For his work in The Hurt Locker, Renner received a Best Actor Oscar nomination in 2010, and for “The Town,” the following year, he received a Supporting Actor nomination.