Kevin Costner sunk his hands and feet into wet cement on Wednesday September 6th in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Oscar winning actor-director Kevin Costner was, on Wednesday September 6th, honored with hand and footprint ceremony at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. There the star sunk his hands and feet into wet cement in front of the building.
On the honor, Costner commented "I feel so lucky today. I feel so guilty. I've been able to live my dream. I've been able to stare down the bully, kiss the girl, and save the day. The staple of all Hollywood movies, the fantasy of every man."
The star, moreover, also thanked both fans and co-workers, from writers and directors to the "stuntmen who've taken risks to make me look stronger or jump farther than I ever could."
As of his acting career, Costner will next be seen in "The Guardian," with co-star Ashton Kutcher, opens on worldwide theater Sept. 29.