Jeremy Renner had his family with him at the premiere of his new Disney+ show, “Reinventions,” in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. He appeared to be in good spirits as he walked the red carpet holding the hand of his 10-year-old daughter, Ava Berlin Rainer. It was Renner’s first red carpet appearance since her snowplow accident in January.
The 52-year-old actor was rescuing his nephew Alexander Fries at the time of the accident. In a recent interview with Diane Sawyer, Reiner revealed that while lying in the snow after being crushed by a 14,000-pound machine, he thought he was definitely going to die. “If I had been there on my own, it would have been a terrible way to die,” he said. “And of course it would. Of course. But I wasn’t alone. It was my nephew, Sweet Alex, and the rest of the Horsemen had come.”
During a panel at the “Reinventions” premiere, Reiner told moderator Jimmy Kimmel that he intends to use the giant snowplow again, per People. “We’ve got a lot of snow out there,” Reiner said. “My mom would… set it on fire – and it’d be a whole party, lighting it on fire – but no, it’s amazing. I love this thing.”
He said: “It’s a necessity, and how do you get home when you’ve got these huge snowstorms. I just need to learn to ride it better.”
According to Disney, “ReRanvation” is a four-part series that will focus on Renner’s “lifelong passion to give back to communities around the world by reimagining unique purpose-built vehicles to meet a community’s needs”. is concentrated. The original series is now streaming on Disney+.