Jeremy Renner is not afraid of death. One year after his snowplow accident, the Hawkeye star revealed how his perspective towards death has completely changed. On February 1, as per Entertainment Tonight Jeremy opened up about his thoughts on death during an appearance on This Life of Mine With James Corden. Let’s check out the complete details on these details.
Jeremy Renner said he is kind of excited about death
The 53-year-old said at the talkshow, “I was never afraid, mind you, of death prior. Now, I’m really not afraid of it. Now, I’m double downing. Now, I’m kind of excited for it.”
“To be honest, it’s what life really is,” he added. “This rock that we’re spinning on and this body and this language that we’re speaking and all these feelings and emotions and conflict is all horses–t. It’s meaningless in the scheme of things.”
Jeremy was hospitalized in 2023 of January after being severely injured from a snow plow in Nevada. The accident caused him eight broken ribs, a broken right knee, ankle, left leg, tibia, left ankle and right shoulder. Moreover, Hurt Locker alum also had a collapsed lung, punctured liver, broken jaw along with issues with his eye.
“I wasn’t going to come back from death,” The actor continues, “which I thought was glorious, by the way.”
“You kind of fade,” he recalled. “I don’t know if it’s fading into consciousness or just fading out of like heart stoppage. All life was grand. All life just got better. It’s an energetic thing. There’s no time, place or space, or color or anything. It’s just a known peace.”
Fortunately, he has passed that severe stage and is in the road to recovery since then.
Previously, he wrote in a November Instagram post, “I have been exploring EVERY type of therapy since Jan. 14th. Every day, countless hours of physical therapy, peptide injections, iv drips and pushes, stem cell and exosomes, red light / IR therapy, hyperbaric chamber 2.0 atmospheres, cold plunge, and the list goes on and on.”
Moreover, he said of the greatest thing that helped him in this journey, “My greatest therapy has been my mind and the will to be here and push to recover and be better…. Be exceptional…” he continued. “I feel it’s my duty to do so. Not to squander my life being spared, but to give back to my family, friends, and all of you whom have empowered me to endure. I thank you all. #loveandtitanium.”