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Hawkeye Jeremy Renner, hindi na priority ang akting after ‘snowplow’ accident

AYON sa Marvel actor na si Jeremy Renner iniisip na niyang magretiro sa acting pagkatapos mangyaring aksidente sa kanya.

Hindi na umano priority sa kanya ang pag-arte after nearly losing his life in the snowplow accident.

AnIya sa isang panayam, “Acting is no longer priority.”

Si Renner ay isa sa world’s leading actors who is well known for portraying the character of Hawkeye in the MCU (Marvel.Cinematic Universe).

Si Jeremy ay muntik nang mamatay dahil sa snow-plow accident.

Several updates claimed that the Mayor of Kingstown actor may never be able to stand on his feet and might need an amputation.

Naka-recover naman ang actor at lumipat na rin ng tirahan para sa kanyang full recovery.

Pinagdarasal naman siya ng fans sa positive news na kanilang naririnig na malapit nang maka full recovery ang actor at sana raw ay bumalik na si Jeremy sa camera.

But the hopes of the fans can be shattered as the new reports claim that Renner is thinking of his retirement from Hollywood.  

30.bones.ang.tinamaan ksy Jeremy nsng maaksidente ito while running over by the 14,000-pound snowplow.

Agad na naisugod sa hospital ang actor .

Renner is still recovering from blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. The actor is learning to walk once again with the help of rehabilitation therapies.  

Kaya lang may pasubali ang kaibigan ni Hawkeye

Aniya: “Although he does still love acting, Hollywood is just not a priority to him anymore. Jeremy believes that he survived the accident so that he can use his platform to really create change in the world. He is very proud of the work that he has done, but this entire situation has really shown him that there is so much more that he could be doing to help others.”

Ibinahagi rin nila ang update progress ng actor.

“He is really only focused on his recovery and is doing rehabilitation to learn how to walk again. Jeremy knows he is so lucky to be alive. Each day is a little better than before and he is definitely making progress, but the progress is slow.” (UnliNews Online)

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