Jeremy Renner Eager to Return as Hawkeye in New ‘Avengers’ Film


Jeremy Renner Eager to Return as Hawkeye in New ‘Avengers’ Film
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Over a year has passed since Hollywood actor Jeremy Renner experienced a near-fatal snowplow accident, an incident that left fans and the film community in shock. Renner, renowned for his portrayal of Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), has been on a challenging path to recovery, a journey he has openly shared with the public.

In a recent candid interview with Entertainment Tonight, Renner expressed his unwavering enthusiasm to return to his iconic role in an upcoming Avengers film. The actor, displaying remarkable resilience and determination, confidently stated, "I'm always game." He further elaborated on his readiness, emphasizing his physical and mental strength.

"I'm gonna be strong enough, that's for sure. I'll be ready," Renner asserted. He also acknowledged the support of his Marvel colleagues, who have been a constant presence during his recovery. "All those guys come to my bedside and they've been with me all along through this recovery, so… if they want me, they could have me.

It would be something."

Hawkeye's Marvel Legacy

Renner's journey as Clint Barton, a.k.a. Hawkeye, has been a pivotal part of the MCU. His role has spanned several blockbuster hits, including 2011's "Thor," 2012's "The Avengers," 2015's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," 2016's "Captain America: Civil War," 2019's "Avengers: Endgame," and 2021's "Black Widow." Additionally, Renner brought the character to life in the Disney+ series "Hawkeye," further solidifying his place in the Marvel lore.

In a blend of life imitating art, Renner channeled his superhero alter ego in a commercial set to air during the Super Bowl. Reflecting on his career trajectory, Renner shared his journey from commercials to becoming a movie star.

"I had a commercial career, then I got a movie star career," he reminisced. He expressed excitement about featuring in a Super Bowl advertisement, considering it a significant milestone. "I never had an ad in the big game… I’ll be watching this one, and I’m so stoked, because they’re sometimes the highlight of the Super Bowl.

Some games aren’t always the greatest, but the ads are always the greatest. It’s nice to be part of that, thinking [I can] check that off the box of things I want to do in my life."

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