The star of this year’s Academy Award winner for Best Picture would like to meet Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump’s wall jams GOP in shutdown talks Bipartisan friendship is a civil solution to political dysfunction Warren builds her brand with 2020 down the road MORE. His reason? The veep looks “kind of punchy.”
Jeremy Renner, who plays a military bomb-squad leader in the six-time Oscar-winning flick “The Hurt Locker,” revealed his admiration for Biden to ITK last summer during a screening of the film for veterans and military families.
Renner said he’s not a big fan of politics, but that’s “probably because I don’t understand them.”
Asked why he chose Biden over President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaDems crowd primaries to challenge GOP reps White House appears to inflate job creation stats on first 100 days site Rick Perry: Trump should ‘renegotiate’ Paris climate pact MORE, the young actor responded, “I might have better luck at meeting Joe Biden than President Obama.”
That might have been true last summer. But now, with the year’s most acclaimed film under his belt, Renner’s got a lot more than luck going for him.
The vice president’s office declined to say whether Biden might consider inviting the cast of “The Hurt Locker” for a visit, but a spokesman said they were “happy about the win.”