• Jeremy Renner suffered a near-death incident
  • After a long recovery he is back on the screen
  • THIS is the latest film he'll be a part of

After a terrifying ordeal that left him fighting for his life, Jeremy Renner is making a heroic comeback! The Marvel powerhouse is stepping back into the limelight, joining forces with Daniel Craig and a constellation of stars for the third instalment of the hit murder mystery series, 'Knives Out,' titled 'Wake Up Dead Man.'

A new dawn for Renner

This marks Renner's first film role since his life-altering snowplough accident in early 2023, proving that not even 38 broken bones can keep a good man down!

Last week, the films' Oscar-nominated director and writer Rian Johnson posted about the new film on Instagram: "We’re about to go into production on it and I AM SLIGHTLY EXCITED."

'Wake Up Dead Man' promises intrigue, suspense, and an ensemble cast that reads like a who's who of Hollywood. Alongside Renner and Craig, the film boasts talents like Glenn Close, Andrew Scott, Kerry Washington, and Josh O'Connor.

With Rian Johnson at the helm, excitement is through the roof for this sequel. Fans are on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting the return of Craig's "Benoit Blanc" and the unique mysteries he'll unravel.

Jeremy Renner's journey back to the big screen is nothing short of miraculous. The actor's brush with death on New Year's Day 2023 left him in a critical condition, having sustained severe injuries while heroically attempting to rescue his nephew.

Renner's resilience in the face of adversity is awe-inspiring. With a reconstructed ribcage, facial metal plates, and titanium rods in his leg, Renner's recovery is a testament to his strength and determination. His spirit, undeterred by the accident, shines through as he shares, "knowing I had a lot to fight for" helped him navigate the challenging recovery process.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Renner is also open to revisiting past roles, including a potential return to the 'Mission: Impossible' franchise.

Renner will also be seen in series three of Paramount+ TV series 'Mayor of Kingstown', which will be released in June.

Speaking about the show earlier this week, he said it had been tough to make, and thanked the cast and crew for letting him "physically and emotionally lean on" them.

He added that he was "struggling in the beginning", but had emerged "stronger" and felt "pretty invigorated", as opposed to feeling exhausted at the end of a shoot.

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Balancing his illustrious career with being a devoted father, Renner's future in Hollywood looks brighter than ever.

As he steps back into the spotlight with "Wake Up Dead Man," fans and colleagues alike are celebrating the indomitable spirit of this remarkable actor