By Adam S. Levy For Dailymail.com
Published: 06:34 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 06:34 BST, 2 September 2019
Kevin Hart is 'able to walk and move his extremities,' but could need surgery for major back injuries he suffered in a Malibu Hills, California car accident he was involved in early Sunday.
The Philadelphia native, 40, is currently recovering in a Los Angeles hospital, where doctors have optimism he can fully recover, as he didn't suffer a spinal cord injury in the crash, sources told The Blast Sunday.
Insiders told the site that doctors expect the Ride Along star to 'make a full recovery' following the auto accident.
The latest: Kevin Hart, 40, is 'able to walk and move his extremities,' but could need surgery for major back injuries he suffered in a car accident he was involved in Malibu Hills, California early Sunday (above)
Doctors are weighing options for the comic, who could need surgery as part of the healing process.
Bryan Cranston, who co-starred with Hart in the 2017 film The Upside,