Will Jeremey Renner not play ‘Hawkeye’ in the upcoming Avengers movies from Marvel?

As a result of his injuries, Jeremy Renner may not be a part of the upcoming Avengers movies, according to sources.

Oscar-nominated actor Jeremy Renner, best known for playing Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has recently made headlines due to a tragic accident. The MCU star suffered severe leg injuries from a snow-plowing equipment as he was removing snow, and he also suffered some major traumatic injuries. The actor is safe thanks to all the well wishes and prayers from his admirers around the world, but many people are still unsure about whether he will be able to resume acting.

“We can confirm that Jeremy has suffered blunt chest damage and orthopaedic injuries and has undergone surgery today, January 2nd, 2023,” said a statement sent by Jeremy Renner’s representatives after the accident. He has recovered from surgery and is still in the intensive care unit, where his status is severe but stable.


Following the updates, many people have breathed a sigh of relief, however other reports claim that Jeremy Renner’s survival was nothing short of a miracle. His acting career may be hampered by the accident-related injuries, which could have a long-term effect. His one leg is severely damaged, and his supporters are hoping for a quick recovery.

A video of Jeremy Renner receiving an airlift immediately following the incident was all over the internet. Reps of the celebrity told the publication that the actor received assistance from the nearby medics, who ultimately saved his life. The Hawkeye actor’s family has been at his side and has also expressed gratitude to everyone who has wished for a quick recovery.

Recently, the actor posted the first image of himself after the accident on his Instagram account. He expressed gratitude for all his supporters’ and friends’ kind messages. Jeremy Renner’s fans have been wishing for the actor to recover. With the severe wounds, one could wonder when Hawkeye will be able to return to action and make an appearance in the upcoming Avengers movie.