MCU Agent Hawkeye recovers after he met with a fatal Snowplow accident and was eventually admitted in the hospital and was in the Intensive Care on New Year’s Day. “He’s doing alright. He’s doing well,” Paul Rudd told ET’s Nischelle Turner, revealing that he just “talked to him yesterday,” on Monday, Feb. 6, the day of the Los Angele premiere for his new film, “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”.
MCU Agent Hawkeye recovers from a terrifying accident
Renner was crushed by a snowcat near his home in the Mt. Rose Highway area of Reno, Nevada while he was towing his nephew’s vehicle after it got stuck in the snow when the snowcat began to move. In the moment, Renner tried to prevent his nephew from being hurt but ended up getting pulled underneath it. MCU Agent Hawkeye recovers after he broke almost 30 bones in his body as a result of the fatal Snowplough accident. 2 days after the snowplow accident took place, Renner spoke out for the first time. He posted his health update on social media, expressing his gratitude for his fans and thanking them for their support.
Recovery on course
The news of his current physical condition was made public by the actor himself, as he took to his Instagram handle to announce “Physical therapy Sunday,” suggesting to the fans that MCU Agent Hawkeye recovers. Rudd’s update on Renner was made public while promoting his latest Ant-Man sequel, which debuts in theaters on Feb. 17 and co-stars returning Marvel actors, Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne, Michael Douglas as Hank Pym, Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne while introducing Jonathan Majors as Kang the Conqueror and Kathryn Newton, who takes over as Scott’s daughter, Cassie Lang.
Rudd and Renner had been co-stars in the Marvel movies and prior to that, Rudd and Renner shared the screen in two MCU films, “Avengers: Endgame and Captain America: Civil War”.
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