Jeremy Renner shared a photo of snowy setting in Lake Tahoe on social media on Monday.
The 52-year-old Mayor Of Kingstown actor said he was missing his ‘happy place’ as he continues to recover in a hospital two weeks after a scary snow plow accident that nearly crushed him to death near his home in Northern California.
The Hawkeye actor’s sister, Kym, told People last week that Jeremy is working hard to restore his health with therapy in a hospital.
Happy place: Jeremy Renner is still recovering from his near-fatal snow plow accident at his home in Reno, but he has been thinking about better days to come. The Avengers star posted a photo of a snow covered cabin Monday, writing, ‘Missing my happy place…’
‘If anyone knows Jeremy, he is a fighter and doesn’t mess around,’ she said.
‘He is crushing all the progress goals. We couldn’t feel more positive about the road ahead.’
The second season of the action star’s gritty drama, Mayor Of Kingstown, debuted on Paramount+ Sunday night, and a post about in on social media gave his friends and fans an opportunity to send more good wishes his way.
Progress: Jeremy’s sister, Kym, said he is making progress. ‘If anyone knows Jeremy, he is a fighter and doesn’t mess around,’ she told People. ‘He is crushing all the progress goals. We couldn’t feel more positive about the road ahead’
1923 star Robert Patrick wrote, ‘Can’t wait! Hope you are feeling better!!!!’
One fan shared their hope writing, ‘I’m praying for you to heal quickly and painlessly! So excited for season 2! ❤️.’
Another shared, ‘We’ll be more excited once you’re 100%. Get well soon.’
Well wishes: A social media post about season two of Mayor of Kingstown gave friends and fans another opportunity to share their good wishes. 1923 star Robert Patrick wrote, ‘can’t wait! Hope you are feeling better!!!!’
In an earlier post, Jeremy’s The Hurt Locker co-star Evangeline Lilly called him ‘one of the most grounded and real people I ever met in Hollywood,’ and the actor is going to be showing that side of himself in the upcoming Disney+ reality show Rennervations.
The four-part series will focus on Jeremy’s lifelong passion for giving back to communities around the world by reimagining unique purpose-built vehicles to meet a community’s needs.
One of those projects is located in neighboring Sparks, Nevada, at The Generator, a center best known for producing some of Burning Man’s most iconic sculptures.
Rennervations: Jeremy will soon share his love for helping others in the new Disney+ series, Rennervations, focusing on his passion for giving back to communities around the world by reimagining unique purpose-built vehicles to meet a community’s needs; seen in 2021