After his recent car crash, Kevin Hart marked his official comeback on the spotlight, not on a movie or series, but his self-made Halloween troll for his BFF Dwayne Johnson.

Halloween is not supposed to be funny but the "Jumanji: The Next Level" actor chose to be. After his accident, he deserves to have some fun!

For starters, he picked his co-star The Rock's fashion for Halloween.

Hart shared on his Instagram page a photo of him copying the iconic 1990s costume of Johnson. He wore a black, long sleeves turtleneck that highlighted his gold chain, a wig that almost looked like Dwayne's hair almost three decades ago, and the iconic blue jeans. He remembered putting a fanny pack around his waist while posing just like Johnson.

The actor edited the photo and created a collage with Dwayne's 1990s picture on the other side and the Instagram post now reached over 5 million likes as of the writing.

He captioned the photo with a line that proved that he almost laughed his lungs out since the collage was hilarious. "This sh*t makes me laugh. #NailedIt #HappyHalloween."

Fans and celebrities left comments on the photo and told him how much they loved his costume. Johnson supported the trick by posting a video of them trick-or-treating along with the caption asking Hart why he dressed up like him out of all the possible costumes available. He also took the chance to welcome him again after the car crash.

The video showed a group of kids whose costumes were inspired by their characters on Jumanji. Immediately after Johnson opened the door again after the kids left, Hart sprung out wearing that 1990s Johnson-inspired costume, posing like him, and yelling "trick or treat". Instead of getting king-sized candies, Hart received something that could fit his fanny pack.

"Here's what you get: it's bite-sized, tiny, mini like you," hilariously said by The Rock.

Hart Came Back With a Stronger Heart

Two months after the car crash incident in Malibu that seriously injured his back, Hart returned to social media and thanked his fans for the support they gave him. Hart posted a video on his Instagram account -- the first post after getting hospitalized.

"Life is funny because some of the craziest things that happen to you end up being the things that you needed most," Hart said. He confessed that after the incident, he started seeing his life differently as well as the way he offered appreciation for life.

Before ending the video, he reminded everyone not to take their days for granted since "tomorrow is not promised". He once again thanked everyone as he looked forward to the next years.