“Thanks for treating her like your own”: Jeremy Renner Receives Heartfelt Wish From Avengers Director as Hawkeye Star Turns 52 

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Jeremy Renner’s accident at the start of this year has left hundreds of fans in a state of despair. The actor who rose to fame after starring in several critically acclaimed movies and playing the role of Hawkeye in the MCU has received abundant love from his fans and co-stars during these adverse times.


As Jeremy Renner turns 52 while undergoing treatment, many fans and celebrities share their wishes for the actor including the former Marvel director Joe Russo, who shared a heartfelt message for the Hawkeye actor.

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Jeremy Renner
Jeremy Renner in the hospital

Joe Russo shares his love and prayer for Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner celebrates his 52nd birthday under medical treatment in the ICU, with fans and friends sharing abundant love and wishes for the actor, another marvel director shared a wholehearted message for the archer.

Former MCU director Joe Russo, who previously worked with the Hawkeye actor in Captain America: Civil war and Avengers: Endgame, celebrates the arrow-wielding hero’s birthday with a sweet photo of him, his daughter Ava Russo and Jeremy Renner while wishing him a happy birthday through a wholesome caption,

“Happy birthday, brother! Sending much love and well wishes to you. Thanks for always treating our Ava like your own…”

Even though Joe Russo has left the MCU and hasn’t worked with the actor since their tenure on Avengers: Endgame, it doesn’t seem to affect their connection, as they both remain great friends off camera. Russo also thanked Renner for always looking after his daughter Ava Russo, who plays the role of Hawkeye‘s daughter aka Lila Barton.


Also read: “Been thinking about you nonstop”: Avengers Stars React to Jeremy Renner Posting Picture From Hospital After a Life-Threatening Accident

Joe and Ava Russo with Jeremy Renner
Joe and Ava Russo with Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner celebrates his 52nd birthday under medical care

After the dangerous snowplow accident he suffered while helping a stranded car in the snow near his ranch, Jeremy Renner has undergone two surgeries for Blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. During his birthday, the actor thanked his medical team for caring and looking after him through an Instagram story with a message, “Thank you renowned medical ICU team for beginning this journey”.

Renner also thanked his supporters by sharing a brief video of them dancing to 50 Cent’s In Da Club while wishing him a happy birthday. The actor also received abundant love and support from other celebrities including his fellow avenger Chris Evans, who shared an Instagram story with a picture of Renner and a message, “Happy birthday to one of the toughest guys I know”


Also read: ‘Even in real life he’s a superhero’: Jeremy Renner Was Reportedly Using His Snowplow to Help a Stranded Car When He Met With Deadly Accident

Jeremy Renner expresses gratitude toward the medical staff helping him get better
Jeremy Renner expresses gratitude toward the medical staff for helping him get better

After undergoing two surgeries, the actor is finally in a stable state, while fans from all around the globe wished for a speedy recovery of the actor, as the multiple academy award nominated actor is set to appear in season 2 of Mayor of Kingstown in the latter half of this month.

Mayor of Kingstown season 2 will premiere on Paramount+ on 15th January.


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