Justin Long was unable to travel to the Savannah Film Festival to promote his new movie 'The Conspirator' after he was involved in a car accident in Los Angeles, reports People Magazine.
The 32-year-old suffered concussion after the accident, but a source says that the actor was not seriously hurt, saying, "He's completely fine now". The actor was supposed to be attending the film festival to promote the new Robert Redford movie which tells the story of the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. The film also stars Robin Wright, and Long plays a one-armed Civil War veteran. However, as a result of the car-crash, the actor was unable to attend.
Long has previously starred in films such as 'Drag Me To Hell', 'Youth in Revolt', and he recently voiced the character of 'Humphrey' in the forthcoming animated movie 'Alpha and Omega', which also features Dennis Hopper and Danny Glover.