Published: Sat, December 07, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kevin Hart has 'a lot to be thankful for'

Kevin Hart has 'a lot to be thankful for'

The two actors were promoting their upcoming movie Jumanji: The Next Level in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico when journalist Kevin McCarthy asked Johnson, 47, how happy he was to have Hart, 40, back next to him after the crash.

Hart was a passenger in a auto that crash in September causing multiple fractures in Hart's spine that required surgery.

"His situation could've gone another way".

Kevin Hart says the cast "brought their A-game" to "Jumanji: The Next Level". "He is aware of that and we all know that", Johnson mentioned.

Dwayne was delighted when he saw Kevin for the first time after his accident, and they discussed how the Kevin's outlook on life had changed.

Speaking at the London premiere of the film on Thursday night (05.12.19), the former wrestler said: "We were all anxious about Kevin but, the truth is, the moment I heard he had breath left in his body I knew he was resilient and a fighter and that he was going to come back". "Kevin is one of the good guys".

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"The great thing about our relationship is we hugged, and we had an actual sturdy dialog after we lastly got here again face-to-face, about what this meant, how this has modified him", Johnson mentioned.

The "Night School" actor reprises his role as Franklin "Mouse" Finbar in the film and he's heaped praised on his incredible cast mates, including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Nick Jonas. Life is good. I'm happy that he's here'.

"It's not about not working the same and not having the same level of hustle or energy in my profession, but being present to the ones around you that matter most is more of a priority now", Hart said.

Hart added that his appreciation for life is "extremely high" right now, and people do tend to take that for granted.

"You do bypass the truth that issues do not must be the way in which they're", he added. "It's nearly as if life and the universe takes this shade and lifts it from your eyes and you view it in a different way".

Johnson and Hart's "Jumanji: The Subsequent Degree" will hit theaters on Friday, Dec. 13.

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