Jeremy Renner to Release New Music Inspired by His 'Journey of Recovery' After Snowplow Accident
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More than nine months after being involved in a near-fatal accident, the 'Hawkeye' star surprises his fans with his upcoming music collection titled 'Love and Titanium'.

AceShowbiz - Jeremy Renner has surprised his fans with his new project following his near-fatal accident. More than nine months after being involved in a snowplow accident, the actor portraying Clint Barton on "Hawkeye" revealed that he is planning to release new music, which is inspired by his "journey of recovery."

The 52-year-old Marvel Cinematic Universe star made use of Instagram to announce his upcoming project. "A collection of music we wrote about different milestones in my journey of recovery since Jan 1st this year," he revealed in a post uploaded on October 18.

Jeremy went on to spill details of the new music, " 'Love and Titanium' has been painful, deeply healing, and ultimately cathartic for me to create." He then concluded, "I hope I get the courage to share with you all. #loveandtitanium @wafanasieff @leeannajamesmusic @bsamzmusic @jasonmater @jeffbonilla."

The "Wind River" actor immediately received positive online responses from Instagram users. In the comments section of the post, one in particular exclaimed, "The most beautiful sunrises come after the darkest storms. I truly wish the accident never happened and you never had to go through that traumatic journey, but the courage and strength you have shown is inspiring. If you decide to share it, I look forward to hearing it!"

Similarly, another chimed in, "As someone who has a titanium rod that replaced their femur due to cancer, i can already feel a special connection to this song. it means more than you'll ever know to me. i can't wait to hear it, jeremy. much love to you and your music," adding a red heart emoji.

All the while, a third marveled, "You're truly an inspiration. I can't even imagine what these past 10 months have been like for you. Some how you found the courage to write it all down and kept fighting along the way. My son and I can't wait to listen. Keep on trucking sir," adding a white heart emoji.

Jeremy was accidentally run over by a 14,330-pound snowplow outside his home in Nevada on January 1. At that time, he was attempting to stop the snowcat from hitting his nephew after moving a Ford Raptor onto a street with less snow as it had gotten stuck on his driveway. Following the accident, he suffered from blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries, requiring him to undergo surgery. He was discharged from hospital following approximately two weeks of hospitalization.

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