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Paramount+ Removes Wounds From Jeremy Renner's Face In 'Mayor Of Kingstown' Promo

The show's co-creator says the network is 'sensitive to Jeremy' after his nearly fatal snowplow accident.

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Paramount+ has changed the promo for Mayor of Kingstown following Jeremy Renner's horrific snow plow injury that occurred on January 1.

While the key image—featuring the show's star—remains the same, Renner's face on the promo is now clear of bloody wounds.

You can see the before and after below.

The show's co-creator Hugh Dillon told Hollywood Reporter:

"It's good of the network."
"Everybody is sensitive to Jeremy."

Just days after his accident, Renner posted an update to Instagram revealing wounds to his face, bearing a likeness to the Mayor of Kingstown original promo.

Many on Twitter chimed in the decision to change the image was respectable.

Some felt while it was honorable of the network to make changes out of sensitivity for the actor's family, friends and fans, the art was made for a fictional series and people are aware that it's not reality.

Of the design itself, some think the changes don't make much of an impact overall.

As far as the future of the series goes, Renner finished wrapping production on season two before his accident occurred.

Earlier this week, Renner replied to a tweet by the Mayor of Kingstown account, revealing he is now at home.

He tweeted:

"Outside my brain fog in recovery, I was very excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home."

We wish him well as he continues to recover.