Jeremy Renner, one of the widely renowned actors has expressed his great commitment to his stunt work. According to some top trusted sources, the top actor was recently filming an upcoming movie when he sadly encountered an accident. He fractured his wrists and elbow. Contrary to the expectations of many, he is not yet giving up on his job and hopes to soon put his act together. One of the veteran actor’s friends has come forward stating that the actor’s attitude did not start just the other day. He has since their days in school showcased much boldness.
Some top news reporters recently went after Renner seeking to strike a much better understanding in relation to the matter. The actor referred to the accident as something usual adding that it was not going to stand between him and a career he had cherished for many years. A lot of people around him were shocked to hear the top celebrity refer to the accident as a part of the job.
It is not as if he doesn’t care enough about his health. Of course he does. When one really gets very passionate about something, he/she never lets anything stand his or her way. The actor’s attitude should be understood rather than criticized.
The actor will feature in the Avengers: Infinity War and will be playing out as Hawkeye. It is quite funny that he did not encounter the accident while filming this particular movie. On the contrary, the accident happened while he was acting out a comedy alongside Rashida Jones, Rashida Jones and Isla Fisher according to Time.
During an interview with some top journalists, the actor said, “I’m doing a job that isn’t really requiring a ton of stunts. It’s not an action movie; it’s a comedy. It just happens to have a few stunts in it. It affects how I get dressed in the morning. I can’t tie my shoes, but outside of that and everything else, I can kind of get by.”
No one will ever separate this top actor from his humor. He has been heard several times saying he is a problem solver. He also outlined that he has been dong everything possible to see to it that he gets well and is able to tie his shoes without a problem.