The 40-year-old actor and comedian has gently eased himself into shoots for his upcoming action sequel Jumanji: The Next Level, according to TMZ.
The funnyman, who is recovering from fracturing his spine three times in the crash last month, managed several hours worth of video shoots on set on Monday, according to the website.
He also managed a two-hour shoot on Tuesday and a few hours on Thursday, as he’s not back to full health.
While no specifics were given for the film shoots, Hart was reportedly not in costume and rarely required to stand or walk – with the actor sitting most of his duties.
Hart has been easing himself back to health with physio, and doctors have assured him that he’ll eventually be back to where he was before the accident.
He was lucky to survive the accident and suffered three spinal fractures, two in the thoracic section of the spine and one in the lumbar.
Hart spent ten days in hospital when his 1970 Baracuda muscle car ended up in a ditch in the Malibu Hills at 1am on September 1.
Hart was not the driver of the car at the time.
He went on to have a further stint in inpatient rehab, finally returning home on September 20.
The other primary stars of Jumanji: The Next Level, including Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas and others, put in full days on set.
Jumanji: The Next Level is slated to hit theaters December 13, going up against Black Christmas and Richard Jewell, opening a week before Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
The sequel is a follow-up to the 2017 surprise hit Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which was one of the top box office hits of the year.