After a snowplow accident that resulted in 30 broken bones, Jeremy Renner appears to be grappling with the decision to fully re-engage with his acting career. This uncertainty is particularly evident when considering his return to the set of Mayor of Kingstown for its third season.
During an open-hearted interview with People, the star from Marvel expressed mixed feelings about the project on Paramount+.
“I don’t know if I’m looking forward to it, “He pointed out. “I try to just do everything kind of step by step here. That’s one foot in front of the other. Then you’re walking.”
The star of Mission Impossible added, “I think I’m excited when I’m there and I get in a rhythm there. I’m excited about the character and, of course, all the people involved and all that in the storyline, but for me, I’m just tentative of confidence in work.”
The 53-year-old actor also mentioned that the series was quite time-consuming. He disclosed that the shooting schedule often stretched between 14 to 18 hours a day, “in the freezing cold outside in Pittsburgh.”
In addition the “arduous” filming, Jeremy revealed that he is not fully recovered and is “scared of slipping and falling” since he doesn’t have all his “lower body strength” back at its former level.
However, the acclaimed actor expressed his excited about shooting for Mayor of Kingstown.”I think I’m excited when I’m there and I get in a rhythm there.”
Continuing, “I’m excited about the character and, of course, all the people involved and all that in the storyline, but for me, I’m just tentative of confidence in work.”