Jeremy Renner will not turn softly into the the void of internet obscurity.
On Wednesday, Renner made headlines when he unexpectedly shut down his much-maligned social media app after an all-out assault from trolls proved too much for the -Alister to bear. The Renner Heads( Renniacs? Rennatics ?) out there need not annoy, though. You can still shop at his Amazon store.
The store has a awfully masculine, outdoorsy sound, offering concoctions like ColdGear Boot Socks and a folding campfire grill. You will also find a number of archery supplementaries for sale, a nod to Renner’s work as Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Alongside this Bass Pro Shop- and REI-adjacent fare, you’ll envision photos of Renner make manly things like containing a duet of binoculars and starting a campfire. There are also paraphrases from the three men himself, such as:” Nature is therapeutic to me, ever has been. Living in the mountains at hill, with no traffic, clean breath, clean water, and being surrounded by the oldest living thing on the planet is nothing short of splendid …”
Truly inspiring stuff.
Renner is by no means the first personality to have an Amazon store. He follows in the footsteps of reverenced celebs such as Heidi Klum, Meek Mill, and Zac Efron. Though the collect has been live since mid-August , it is getting rekindled courtesy following the untimely demise of the Jeremy Renner app.
The internet has become mesmerized with Renner in recent weeks, as beings began to notice how hilarious his app–which functioned kind of like Instagram, if Renner were the only person on it–truly was. Predictably, trolls flocked to the app, and the movie star lastly decided to shut it down.
Renner shuttered the app with a wordy, fairly rancorous “goodbye” berth, a foolish try that offered one last hilariously viral moment.
jeremy renner just wanted to give the world something nice and positive, but y’all just had to like you do and take it and say’ no. we cant have this’ pic.twitter.com/ q3nAfwh769
— Albus Doesntsipbeer Ph D (@ imachainsaw) September 5, 2019
An Amazon store feels a little safer for Renner, as it’s hard to imagine how trolls could impact this go in the same way they did his ill-fated app.
And so, Renner’s online firebrand of self-absorbed, outdoorsy machismo lives on. His image remains safe from the trolls inside the warm embrace of a non-interactive e-commerce site.