Jeremy Renner reportedly broke his both arms on the set of ‘Tag.’
Fans can notice, that there is something strange about Jeremy Renner in the upcoming film “Tag” as one of his co-stars proved to be an on-set injury forced them to do some CGI work on him.
“Tag” – star Jon Hamm appeared on “The Ellen Show” last week to discuss the film, in which he revealed that the Rider broke both his arms in the beginning of the filming of the movie. To stop the production, while the “Avengers” star cure, Hamm noted that he got the green cast that may be the editorial use of CGI to make his arms look healthy.
“Jeremy Renner, who broke both arms at the same time. Day 3 of the production. We had… 40 days to go?” Hamm told Ellen with a smile. “Keep in mind, this is a man who has a hundred ‘Avengers’ movies and he was good. And he has a movie about playing tag… both arms. Such as firewood, struck like a match.”
For those who don’t know, “Tag” is based on a true story about a group of adult men who are involved in the same game of tag for 30 years. Renner plays the purpose of the group who never “it” in all that time.
Jon Hamm revealed secrets about Jeremy Renner in the ‘Tag.’
Renner revealed to Variety that he was injured on the set of the film back in July 2017 after it was wrongly reported by some media that he was injured during the filming of the recent box office hit “Avengers: Infinity War.” Renner’s character, Hawkeye, will not appear in the first episode of the superhero team-up, but he expects to see in the second episode, which filmed at the same time.
“I’m busy with a job [“Tag”] that’s not really where a ton of stunts. It is not an action movie; it is a comedy. It just happens to have a few stunts in. So I don’t need to win a whole bunch of people up or do something crazy. So it will not really affect my work. … It is of influence on how I dressed in the morning. I can’t tie my shoes, but outside of that everything is different, I can get by,” he told the outlet.
Fortunately, on the basis of the trailer of the film, it does not seem as though this is a clear use of CGI as, say, Henry Cavill the mustache in the “Justice League”, which had to be digitally removed in reshoots, so he in the film, the upcoming “Mission Impossible 6.”