It is always a big gamble for an artist to tell a huge studio to recast them if their plotted filming schedule does not allow them enough family time.
Still, it appears that is precisely how Jeremy Renner contacted his Marvel bargaining when his demanding role as Hawkeye required him to fly back over there to see his baby girl continuously.
While everything worked well for Renner, whose new Hawkeye series arrives on Disney+ this Wednesday, there was always the possibility that things might have gone tragically wrong.
In a recent conversation with Men’s Health, Jeremy Renner stated that, despite being advised by sources that Marvel may fire him, the actor put his foot down when it came to getting time to concentrate on his daughter while still filming his part Hawkeye.
He stated in the article:
“It helped me to have the balls to say, ‘Everyone, f**k off.'” ‘This is my moment with my daughter.’ ‘Fine, recast me,’ I responded. ‘I will be here with my kid.’ It was a lot of fun.
Everything flies out the window until my kid says, ‘I want to hang out with my friends, and I wouldn’t want to be with you too much, Daddy.’
In the Disney+ series Hawkeye, Barton will team up with teenage archer Kate Bishop to battle foes from his Ronin past while attempting – suitably for this article – to return home to his family for Christmas.
Renner’s remembrance of keeping his balance between work and life in control is just one of several anecdotes that have lately emerged from Hollywood about how the industry’s rigorous, continuous stress is a typical problem for performers.
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