Jeremy Renner Hospitalized in 'Critical But Stable' Condition After Snow Plow Accident

Hawkeye star Jeremy Renner has been hospitalized in Reno, Nevada and is in "critical but stable" condition after he suffered a snow plowing injury Sunday. Deadline reports that a spokesperson for The Avengers star confirmed that Renner is with his family and "receiving excellent care" following the accident.

Deadline reports that Renner, 51, had to be airlifted from the accident earlier in the day to get to the hospital. According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, Runner has a home in the area, near Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe, which is about 25 miles from Reno. The area had a winter storm on New Year's Eve that resulted in thousands of homes losing power as of Sunday morning. 

Renner is set to return on Paramount+'s Mayor of Kingstown for season 2 of Taylor Sheridan's latest slew of series on the platform. The pair had previously worked together on the excellent Wind River in 2017. Renner's Marvel work continued with Hawkeye on Disney+, his first appearance since the release of Avengers: Endgame which brought his character back after an absence post-Captain America: Civil War.

Mayor of Kingstown premiered to rave reviews, joining Yellowstone, its spinoffs, and Tulsa King as part of Sheridan's stable of hits at Paramount. Renner was likely gearing up to start promoting the second season ahead of its premiere on Jan. 15. He is also preparing for the premiere of his new reality home renovation series on Disney+, Rennervations.

"Behind the big screen, Jeremy is a construction aficionado," is how Disney described the series during the Television Critics Association winter tour. "He is heavily invested in the highly creative fabricator culture that exists across the globe and hopes to change lives with these skills and inspire others to do the same."