Jeremy Renner’s mom is ready to host a big bonfire.
The “Hurt Locker” star shared during a talk at the Disney+ premiere of his new show, “Rennervations,” Tuesday that the matriarch of his family wants to light his snowplow on fire after it ran him over — but he won’t allow it.
“It’s a snowcat, and it’s a necessity on the property because we got so much snow up there,” Renner said of the need for his plow at his Reno, Nevada, house.
“My mom wants to light it on fire and have a big old party lighting it on fire, but the thing is amazing, and I love it. It’s a necessity.”
Renner explained that he wouldn’t be able to access his house during “giant” snowstorms without his plow.
“I just gotta learn to drive it better,” he said.
The “Hawkeye” star, who received a standing ovation as he made his way across the Westwood Regency Village Theatre stage with the assistance of a scooter, said having the premiere on the calendar helped him focus to reach his goal of walking again.
“It set a big milestone for me to get better to make sure all of our hard work was not for naught … there’s no alternative,” he said during the panel, which was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel.
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“So to me it was easy, I had somewhere to go, somewhere to point and I had a lot of love, man,” he continued, ushering applause once again, “and I don’t know why, I feel like I don’t deserve it.
Renner, 52, credited his family and daughter Ava for giving him the “love and support” to help him recover.
“A lot of people, many of them here, were part of saving my life and keeping me alive. A lot of people are here to support the living part of this and the show,” he shared.
“It takes a lot of people, took a lot of people. It starts with my family, my daughter and a big part of my recovery was the show.”
Following the screening and panel discussion, guests attended an afterparty with a live band and snacked on sliders, tacos and samosas.
Among the attendees were Josh Peck and “Scrubs” star Sarah Chalke, who brought her children.
The “Avengers” actor broke more than 30 bones and was placed in critical care after his snowplow ran over him, leaving a blood-spattered mess where the accident took place.
Despite the trauma, Renner said he’d do it all “again” if it meant saving his nephew, who was nearly the victim, one more time.
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