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Jeremy Renner Bares How He Injured Himself on "Tag" Set (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

by Ruben v. Nepales

LOS ANGELES—“I just go with this look, like I just rolled out of bed,” Jeremy Renner quipped with a laugh to describe his personal style. Well, maybe you can see that in his semi-pompadour/bed hair. But sartorially, he looked sharp in a gray suit, black shirt and cool gray sneakers this morning at the Four Season Hotel in LA.

The 47-year-old actor costars in “Tag,” a comedy based on a story in The Wall Street Journal about a real-life group of friends known for playing a monthlong game of tag. In one of the movie’s elaborate tag stunt scenes, Jeremy fractured his right elbow and left wrist.

Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Isla Fisher, Hannibal Buress, Annabelle Wallis and Jake Johnson costar.

We got to ask Jeremy about acting with Jon Jon Briones’ son, Teo Briones, who played his kid in “Wind River,” one of the films loved by the critics last year.

The star of “The Bourne Legacy,” which was filmed partly in the Philippines, provides the voice of Swifty in the animated film, “Arctic Justice.”

A man whose other passion is house renovation and flipping, Jeremy dotes on Ava Berlin, 5, his daughter with ex-wife, model Sonni Pacheco.

Excerpts from out chat:

In real life, do you have a group of friends like in this movie? Yeah, they are called “The Avengers (laughs).” No, not since childhood. I moved around a lot. But in high school, I got a really core group of friends who are really tight.

But here in LA, there are 45 people that I know that are strong and solid. We did softball and typical types of activities that friends might do. I am a very loyal friend and I have lots of loyal friends. But no, I have nothing like that in real life.

Because that is what also makes this movie special—that these guys have been doing it since they were 9 or 10. And they still do it in their 50s. It’s pretty amazing.

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Jeremy Renner's Favorite Tools for Making Music and Flipping Homes (The Wall Street Journal)

Whether fixing up million-dollar properties or motoring alongside his daughter in her matching mini-Tesla, the Hollywood tough guy enjoys the good life—especially his leaf blower.

by Chris Kornelis

At 8 years old, Jeremy Renner walked alone to and from his Modesto, Calif., school, letting himself into his house each afternoon with the key hanging from a nylon string around his neck.  Free to do what he liked, he built forts, shot bottle rockets and figured many things out for himself.

"I had a lot of free time to sort of raise myself," Mr. Renner, now 47, said.  "I was a doer.  I was very actionable.  And I think in doing that it was the beginning of just trying and failing and overcoming."

Mr. Renner said the skills developed during his free-range youth have helped in all aspects of life, including becoming one of Hollywood's most recognizable actors, taking on Oscar-nominated roles in films like "The Hurt Locker," and joining summer tentpoles like the Mission: Impossible and Avengers franchises.  This monthe he stars with Jon Hamm in "Tag," a comedy about a cross-country game of cat and mouse among friends.

Mr. Renner has also joyfully taken on the role of father to Ava, his 5-year-old daughter.  He writes and performs music -- left-handed on drums, right-handed on guitar -- and for the last quarter-century has worked as an accomplished house flipper.  Tearing into homes with potential -- like that of iconic Old Hollywood filmmaker Preston Sturges -- he turns them into luxury properties worth many millions of dollars.

"[My] skill set is being an observer and spending time figuring out how to problem solve," he said.  "I was never really taught anything."

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Jeremy's June Appearances

Here is a list of all of Jeremy's upcoming television and internet appearances in the month of June.  We will conitnue to add to this list as we hear of additional appearances.

Tuesday, June 5: Good Morning, Texas, 9:00 AM CDT, WFAA Channel 8 in Dallas, TX

Tuesday, June 12: Good Morning, America, 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT/6:00 - 8:00 AM CDT, ABC

Tuesday, June 12: AOL Build, 11:00 AM EDT/10:00 AM CDT, BuildSeries.com

Tuesday, June 12:  Live! with Kelly and Ryan, Times Vary, ABC

Tuesday, June 12:  The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35 PM EDT/10:35 PM CDT, NBC

Wednesday, June 13: Off Script with Jamie Foxx, streaming on the Grey Goose Vodka Tumblr and YouTube

Thursday, June 14: NBC Nightly news with Lester Holt, 6:30 PM EDT/5:30 PM CDT, NBC

Thursday, June 14: The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37 AM EDT/11:37 PM CDT, CBS

Friday, June 15: Carpool Karaoke, available only on the Apple TV App

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Upcoming Projects

Spawn (TBD)



Hawkeye (2021)

Hawkeye (2021)


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Recent Projects

Arctic Dogs (2019)



Arctic Dogs: Making of the Music (2019)


Watch on TaTaTu


"Summer of Jeep" Singles (2019)


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Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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