Jeremy Renner no longer ‘prioritizes’ action after surviving snowplow accident
Jeremy Renner survived the horrific New Year’s Eve snowplow accident and has since recovered from serious injuries.
THE wonder The star, who has now recovered from a near-fatal accident, no longer considers acting a “priority” in her life, it has been reported.
An insider, who recently hung out with Renner, 52, exclusively told DailyMail that “although the Avengers star still loves acting, Hollywood just isn’t a priority for him anymore.”
Renner, who has appeared in several blockbuster hits, revealed to a source close to him that his goals shifted away from his screen career after the New Years Day accident at his Lake Tahoe home, where he crushed under 14,000 lb snow. plow, breaking more than 30 bones.
“Jeremy thinks he survived the crash so he could use his platform to really create change in the world,” the insider explained.
“He’s very proud of the work he’s done, but this whole situation has really shown him that he can do so much more to help others,” the insider said.
Renner continued to update his social media followers on his recovery and progress.