George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon added their marks to Hollywood's Walk of Fame at the Los Angeles premiere of Ocean's 13 yesterday.
The stars had their feet and hands cast into concrete outside one of Hollywood's many theatres before the first US showing of the new heist movie, which got its premiere at the Cannes film festival last month.
Movie producer Jerry Weintraub also took part in the ceremony and Damon joked: "It should be noted that this isn't the first time somebody tried to put Jerry Weintraub's feet in cement."
Meanwhile Clooney also saw the funny side of their rather sticky situation, saying: "If I had to be on my hands and knees with three other guys, I can't think of three better guys to do it with, and I mean that in the best possible way."
Ocean's 13 opens in the UK and the US on Friday and is the third outing for the franchise which follows a gang of con-artists trying to steal millions from various rich gangsters.
Al Pacino stars in the new movie alongside previous characters played by Andy Garcia, Elliot Gould and Don Cheadle.