Val Kilmer is undergoing tests for a probable tumor, his repute pronounced today.
The 55-year-old actor was undergoing diagnosis during Los Angeles Hospital. His dual children are caring for him, his repute said.
The actor posted to Facebook today, observant he “had a complication” and was certified into a complete caring unit.
Kilmer, 55, had been tough during work lately, sharpened “Tom Sawyer Huckleberry Finn,” that is due out in April, and another film, destined by Terrence Malick and co-starring Christian Bale, Michael Fassbender and Natalie Portman.
He was also scheming to approach and star in a film about Mark Twain, “Mark Twain and Mary Baker Eddy,” that stirred him to dump a poignant volume of weight.
“I’m scheming as many of we know, for my dream role, Mark Twain in a film I’ve created and will approach about his mania with Mary Baker Eddy. Mark Twain was a skinny man, and finally after a common volume of effort, I’m skinny again too,” he wrote on Facebook this past December. “Perfect health.”