Jeremy Renner’s wounds in posters for his show The Mayor of Kingstown are REMOVED by Paramount+

Jeremy Renner’s bloody wounds in posters for his show The Mayor of Kingstown are REMOVED by Paramount+ … because they too closely resemble his injuries after his snowplow accident

  • Paramount+ has removed Jeremy Renner’s bloody wounds from The Mayor of Kingstown poster after the actor got into a gruesome snowplow accident
  • The show’s poster appeared a lot less horrendous as the gory blood on Renner’s stern face was removed ahead of the season two debut 
  • ‘It’s good of the network,’ show co-creator Hugh Dillion said. ‘Everybody is sensitive to Jeremy’ 
  • The actor, 52, got into a snowplow accident on January 1, leaving him hospitalized until yesterday 
  • Since leaving the hospital, Renner has watched episode one of the new season with his family, he revealed on social media  

Paramount+ has removed Jeremy Renner‘s bloody wounds from The Mayor of Kingstown poster after the actor got into a gruesome snowplow accident. 

Ahead of the second season debuting on Sunday, the show’s poster appeared a lot less horrendous as Renner’s stern face lost the gory blood on his right temple and the bridge of his nose. 

The actor, 52, got into a snowplow incident on January 1, leaving him hospitalized until yesterday. The accident left him ‘worse than anyone knows’ after he was crushed by a 14,000-pound snowplow that ran over him in Washoe County, Nevada, near Reno.

Renner had stopped to help a stranded family whose car broke down close to his mansion when he was run over, leaving him with blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. He arrived at the hospital in critical condition, was it was downgraded to stable after surgery. 

Paramount+ has removed Jeremy Renner's bloody wounds (pictured) from The Mayor of Kingstown poster after the actor got into a gruesome snowplow accident (pictured: before)

Paramount+ has removed Jeremy Renner’s bloody wounds (pictured) from The Mayor of Kingstown poster after the actor got into a gruesome snowplow accident (pictured: before)

Ahead of the second season debuting on Sunday, the show's poster appeared a lot less horrendous as Renner's stern face lost the gory blood on his right temple and the bridge of his nose (pictured: after)

Ahead of the second season debuting on Sunday, the show’s poster appeared a lot less horrendous as Renner’s stern face lost the gory blood on his right temple and the bridge of his nose (pictured: after)

The star has since watched episode one of the new season since returning home

The star has since watched episode one of the new season since returning home  

Now, the show – which the platform deemed the ‘most dangerous show on television’ – has changed its poster out of respect for Renner. 

‘It’s good of the network,’ show co-creator Hugh Dillion told the Hollywood Reporter. ‘Everybody is sensitive to Jeremy.’ 

Despite Renner horrific injuries, which could take years to heal, the show’s creators, Dillion and Taylor Sheridan, are already working on season three. 

Since leaving the hospital, The Mayor of Kingdom star, who plays Mike McLusky on the show, revealed he has been able to watch episode one of the show with his family. 

He wrote on social media: ‘Outside my brain fog in recovery, I was very excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home.’ 

The news comes a day after friends revealed that Renner’s injuries are much worse than feared and that he ‘nearly bled out’ and ‘almost died’ while waiting for help to arrive.

The Hawkeye star appears to be eager to get back onto the snow at his Lake Tahoe property.

Renner posted two pictures to Instagram on Monday from Nevada – one of snow covered rooftops with a message saying he missed his ‘happy place’ and another warning people to ‘be safe’ along with an image of a road covered in deep snow.

Renner suffered blunt chest trauma after being run over by a 14,000 snow plow. He was released from the hospital yesterday

Renner suffered blunt chest trauma after being run over by a 14,000 snow plow. He was released from the hospital yesterday 

His sister gave him a head massage while he was in the hospital as the star recovered

His sister gave him a head massage while he was in the hospital as the star recovered 

The actor is reportedly aware of the extent of his injuries and has a long road to recovery ahead of him, with friends saying it could take up to two years before he is back in fighting shape.

‘It’s much worse than anyone knows. Jeremy is very aware of the fact that he almost died out there,’ a source told Radar Online.

‘The right side of Jeremy’s chest was crushed, and his upper torso had collapsed. He also had a bad head wound that was bleeding and a leg injury.’

‘Word is the damage to Jeremy’s chest was so substantial it had to be reconstructed in surgery.’

He was injured near his home in Lake Tahoe, Nevada (pictured)

He was injured near his home in Lake Tahoe, Nevada (pictured)  

Emergency services had to airlift the television star to the hospital where he later underwent surgery on January 2 to place metal pins around his legs, along with chest surgery.

‘So far, he’s had two surgeries and he will likely require more in the weeks ahead on his leg. Doctors tend to space out operations to allow time for the body’s natural healing process to kick in, and that’s the case here,’ the source continued.

‘Jeremy was in a lot of pain and was having difficulty breathing. He knew he was in bad shape and that he might not make it out of this.’

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