Ocean's 13 co-stars Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Matt Damon cast their hand and footprints in concrete ahead of the film's Hollywood premiere.
The stars' prints were immortalised outside Hollywood's Grauman Chinese Theatre
"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," said Clooney on the Walk of Fame.
The film franchise's Jerry Weintraub became the first producer to be immortalised in concrete.
Its third outing recently had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
"I know this is all about me and not about these three guys," joked Weintraub at the ceremony.
Matt Damon replied: "It should be noted this isn't the first time somebody tried to put Jerry Weintraub's feet in cement."
Pitt and Clooney were honoured with certificates
The latest film, which follows the exploits of a heist gang, also stars Al Pacino.
Previous female leads Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta Jones do not appear in the new movie, while Ellen Barkin joins the cast.
The first film, Ocean's 11, released in 2001, was a remake of the 1960 film starring Rat Pack stalwarts Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr.
It earned more than $800m (£400m) at box offices around the world.
Ocean's 13 is due to open in the UK and US on Friday.