Michael Douglas is shedding some light into his friend and former co-star's health.
According to multiple reports, the actor was in London over the weekend participating in a Q&A when the topic of his 1996 film The Ghost and the Darkness came up.
What came next was some new details about his former co-star Val Kilmer's health.
"The picture didn't turn out as well as I hoped but I had a wonderful time," he reportedly told host Jonathan Ross. "Val was a wonderful guy who is dealing with exactly what I had, and things don't look too good for him."
The actor added, "My prayers are with him. That's why you haven't heard too much from Val lately."
For those who don't recall, Michael beat stage 4 oral cancer back in 2013. As for Val, he was treated at a hospital in 2015, sparking rumors about his own health.
"Thank you all for your love and support. There's a rumor I'm unwell again and in hospital which is totally untrue," Val wrote on Facebook last October. "I was in to verify I have no tumor or infection of any kind, which was verified by the very caring experts at UCLA."
Ultimately, Michael is proof that you can survive and thrive after a cancer battle. When speaking with Event Magazine, the actor shared his new outlook on life.
"I was just happy to be alive. I was ecstatic," the actor shared. "It feels like a rebirth after you go through cancer and you come out of it. You feel like you're a child."
"You see priorities differently," he added. "You have a much deeper appreciation of marriage, of your children—you see everything a little bit clearer, and a little brighter."