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    “I’d Rather Go To Jail With Robert Downey Jr. Than Go Do Something Amazing By Myself”: Jeremy Renner Claims Avengers Cast Friendship Is Rea, Not Faked For Instagram Likes

    Hollywood is full of manufactured friendships and forced camaraderie for publicity stunts. However, Jeremy Renner, well known for his role as Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, shuts down the rumors about his fellow Avengers.

    Additionally, in a recent interview with Variety, Renner went above and beyond to make sure that fans mistake the Avengers’ cast friendship as fabricated. He talked about the genuine bond he had with his fellow Avengers.

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    Jeremy Renner Talks About His Love For The Avengers Cast

    Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, and Robert Downey Jr
    Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, and Robert Downey Jr

    Renner doesn’t mince words when expressing his affection for his fellow heroes. “I just call it love,” he declared. This is a genuine fondness built on shared experiences and mutual support.

    Additionally, according to him, the love extends beyond awards shows and red carpets. Renner makes it clear he’d rather face adversity with his Avengers family than achieve individual glory. “I’d rather go to jail with Downey than go do something amazing by myself,” he jokingly stated.

    However, the image of Hawkeye and Iron Man sharing a jail cell is comical. He then took it a step further, adding, “I’d rather get in a car crash with Evans.” Renner joking about going to lengths for Robert Downey Jr and Chris Evans showcases the kind of loyalty that extends beyond fabrication.

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    Renner Shades Fabricated Hollywood Friendships

    Jeremy Renner
    Jeremy Renner

    Renner also threw some playful shade at the picture-perfect online persona often associated with celebrity friendships. “We fckin’ hate that sht,” he admitted. Additionally, he further emphasized the connection that the Avengers Cast had and that it went far deeper than staged social media moments.

    There’s a shared history that binds them. “We all went through a culturally significant experience together,” Renner says. Over twelve years, they’ve witnessed life unfold – marriages, divorces, and even the joy of welcoming new life. These experiences have forged a unique and powerful connection.

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