Bradley Cooper, Kevin Hart Honored With Stars on Hollywood Walk of Fame
It’s pretty neat to see Bradley Cooper and Kevin Hart, two Philly boys, having their Hollywood heyday at the same time. Over the past few years, their names have been linked to phrases like “top box-office draw,” “No. 1 movie,” and “mega millions.” So it’s no wonder Tinseltown has chosen to immortalize them in concrete and star-shaped plaque form on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Their names were announced along with other inductees at a press conference on Monday. Cooper is honored in the motion pictures category along with Quentin Tarantino, Michael Keaton and Steve Carell. Hart is joined by Angélica María and Harvey Fierstein in the “live theater/live performance” category, presumably more for his standup than his films. Tracy Morgan, who is still recovering from a crash last year on the New Jersey Turnpike, is being honored for his work on television.
Check out the video below, in which fellow Walk of Famer David Koz announces the inductees, and a full typed list of honorees below that.
Motion pictures: Bradley Cooper, Quentin Tarantino, Michael Keaton, Steve Carell, Kurt Russell, Ashley Judd and Toshiro Mifune (posthumous)
Television: Kathy Bates, Tracy Morgan, Allison Janney, David Duchovny, Rob Lowe, Debra Messing, Roma Downey, Barbara Bain, Gary Sinise and William S. Paley (posthumous)
Recording: Adam Levine, Bruno Mars, LL Cool J, Cyndi Lauper, Shirley Caesar, Joseph B. “Joe” Smith, Itzhak Perlman and “Mama” Cass Elliot (posthumous)
Radio: Ralph Lawler
Live Theatre/Live Performance: Kevin Hart, Angélica María and Harvey Fierstein