Jeremy Renner Keeps Fit, Sings For The Crowd In ‘American Hustle’ Deleted Scene

March 11th, 2014 // 3 Comments

Oh, you know, it’s just another day in the life of Jeremy Renner where he looks hot and hits the gym.

This seems to be his new thing. Is he bulking up for The Avengers 2? I mean, Hawkeye does wear that shirtless thing, and boy does it look fabulous on him.

So, remember how Jeremy Renner was very sadly the only person on the American Hustle poster not nominated for an Oscar? We may have figured out the reason why! And it has to do with deleted scenes. 

In fact most of the deleted scenes, because a lot of them feature Jeremy. My personal favorite is the deleted scene below, which features Jeremy’s Mayor Carmine singing along to “Couldn’t Get It Right” before making everyone get up and line dance with him. He just so much fun to watch on screen. And I’m not the only one who’s thinking this about him.

Well, if we can’t have him on screen right now, then gym shots are fine by me. Especially because he seems to have the same shirt in every color. Check out all the photos of Jeremy in the comments, but make sure to watch the deleted scene first. Enjoy.

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By Sabba Rahbar
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  1. Rachel

    I have seen all the deleted scenes and they are nearly all Jeremy Renner. I don’t get it, he was just as good as the others and his character was the only sympathetic one. Plus, by cutting out Jeremy they cut out Christian Bale and made him much less sympathetic. The film needed someone to care about and I really think they messed up during editing.

    • I completely agree with you. He was the only character I felt any emotion more, and I wanted more of him.

    • A. Flyer

      Agree. There is a line in the film about Bale’s character regretting losing Carmine’s friendship — nothing in the film actually showed that friendship evolving (or why his wife would so casually refer to the fact that “Carmine wants us to come”). As a result, the human cost of that sting operation and the extent of the betrayal are never really made clear (except in Renner’s eyes as he gets arrested), and the core of the film is left curiously hollow.

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