The Avengers: Age of Ultron Official Teaser Trailer has been released tonight, be sure to check it below! The movie looks FANTASTIC!
Jeremy attended a Q&A on AOL’s BUILD Series Presents: Jeremy Renner and Michael Cuesta ‘Kill The Messenger’ at AOL Studios on October 10. Photos from the event have been added to the gallery!
Back on October 9th, Jeremy attended a screening of his new movie Kill The Messenger at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Several photos from the event have now been added to the gallery, enjoy!
Public Appearances > 2014 > October 09: Kill the Messenger New York Screening – After Party [+34]
Jeremy was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon back on October 6th. Stills from his appearance have been added to the gallery thanks to Claudia, also you can watch a short video from his interview below!
Jimmy chats with Jeremy about his movie Kill the Messenger and the trouble he had finding a Jeremy Renner Twitter alias that wasn’t taken.
The dramatic thriller, “Kill the Messenger,” chronicles the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Gary Webb. Webb’s investigative reporting delves into shady drug deals between the CIA and Nicaraguan rebels, and threatens not only his career, but his family and his life.
Academy Award nominated actor, Jeremy Renner, who plays Webb in the film, and Emmy Award winning director, Michael Cuesta, joined us on set to discuss their new movie, “Kill the Messenger.”
Jeremy attended a screening and panel for ‘Kill the Messenger’, hosted by Capitol File at MPAA yesterday (September 23) in Washington, DC. Photos from the event have been added to the gallery, enjoy!
Jeremy Renner, white-hot nova from “The Hurt Locker,” shines again. It’s “Kill the Messenger.” Not a musical. So why never do something light and frothy?
“I want to. I can. I grew up as a singer. Listen, in the old days James Cagney played tough shoot-’em-up bad guys plus song-and-dance musicals. So, don’t give up on me. But this is about a real guy whose style I had to learn. A father and husband, which is special to him, but he’s an investigative reporter. It’s relative now. Big media heat today about whistle blowing and truth-seeking. My guy’s job is his life. He’s brave enough — and stupid enough — to slide into dark rabbit holes in search of truth. Then comes this amazing man’s shameful, tragic, sad mistreatment. What happens when you ruffle feathers and uncover drug money and what’s illegal. I won’t look for love in Washington with this because you can’t do truth now. You make enemies, not friends. Y’know, I’d love someday to do Broadway, but no time. My workload’s heavy. I haven’t two free weeks on this planet. Look, I don’t watch TV, haven’t been to a movie theater in years, can’t catch a Broadway show, and only saw ‘Hurt Locker’ once.”
So who are you, where’d you come from?
“I’m easygoing, lived in New York’s East Village for a minute, which I loved. Spring or fall, no better place on the planet. I left because it’s not always spring or fall. Starting out I worked as a department store makeup artist. Listen, it beat bartending. And most important thing in my life is my daughter. I’m 43, one of seven kids. Since I’m 12 I’ve been changing diapers.”