A spokesman for Cedars-Sinai tells "Extra" today that Owen Wilson is "in good condition" at the hospital.
But the question remains: what happened to the seemingly carefree funnyman?
On Sunday afternoon, police got a frantic 911 call from his Santa Monica home.
Reports say he slit his wrists and took an undetermined number of pills.
Paramedics first took him to a nearby hospital, then rushed him by ambulance to L.A.'s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where friends and family are rallying around him today.
Reports say his brothers and parents were seen entering the hospital.
Owen's medical drama unfolded just hours after his ex Kate Hudson and her reported new beau, comedian Dax Shepard, were spotted kissing at a grocery store in nearby Pacific Palisades.
The news is shocking to everyone who knew Owen, the laid-back comedian who was nominated for an Oscar for "The Royal Tenenbaums" screenplay and who starred in such hits as "Wedding Crashers" and "Zoolander."
Fellow funnyman David Spade was taken aback by the news last night in Beverly Hills.
Shocked, he said, "That's horrible news. I love Owen. He's great. That's tough to hear."