Hawkeye himself updated followers on his frightening mishap, along with a photo of himself receiving treatment.
"I want to thank EVERYONE for their emails and thoughtful remarks," reads the tweet. "These 30+ broken bones will mend and strengthen, just like the love and friendship with family and friends deepens." This is good news for anyone who wants to see Renner recuperate from his injuries.
Following Renner's update, Chris Evans tweeted, "Love you brother... I checked on the snow cat - she needs fuel." Other fans and colleagues included "Guardians of the Galaxy" filmmaker James Gunn, "Aquaman" model Jason Momoa, and "Closed House" singer Elaine Bryson.
After Renner's actual-life injuries, many are curious to see what the Oscar-nominated actor's future holds. The second season of the Renner-led series continues to air on Paramount+, with new episodes scheduled to launch on Sunday.
Renner has two other projects on IMDb, one a "Untitled Oxycontin Project," while the other a "rumored" return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe's resident archer in "Avengers: The Kang Dynasty," which is expected to be released in 2025. It remains to be seen if Renner will again reprise his role as Hawkeye in a second season of "Hawkeye."