Jeremy Renner’s nephew impersonates his ‘Avengers’ uncle in sweet get well message (video)

If laughter is the best medicine, then Jeremy Renner’s nephew Auggie is certainly doing his part to help his actor uncle recover from injuries he sustained in a snowplow accident on New Year’s Eve.

On Friday, the Avengers star shared a handwritten letter and accompanying video he received from Auggie. V short clip (titled “My nephew had something to share with his ‘not dead uncle’ on Instagram”), it comes across as Renner’s trademark smoldering.

“So, Uncle Jeremy… I can do what you do with an eyebrow,” he says, looking directly at the camera and raising his left eyebrow.

His parents can be heard laughing in the background as he asks, “Is that the case? This?”

“100%. So it is, – confirms his mother.

In a note posted to Renner’s Instagram story, Auggie wrote that he was “very lucky because my uncle is hawk-eye (the witch is one of the Avengers). I am also very lucky that my uncle is alive after the accident.”

“Love my little man. Bless you Auggie,” Renner added to the photo with a prayer hand and a heart emoji.

According to a report obtained by CNN, Renner was trying to prevent the car from sliding and crashing into another nephew as he was dragged under it. He was left in critical condition after suffering “blunt chest trauma” and breaking over 30 bones, requiring two different surgeries. He was discharged from the hospital at the end of January and has been treated at home ever since.

The 52-year-old actor has dutifully updated fans of his recovery and promoted his show “Mayor of Kingstown” on social media. The drama’s second season premiered on Sunday, January 15 on Paramount+.

His Disney+ series Rennervations, in which he turns decommissioned military vehicles into community creations, will debut on April 12.

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