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"Oceans" Clan Immortalized At Grauman's

"Ocean's Thirteen" producer Jerry Weintraub — accompanied by the film's stars, George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Matt Damon — on Tuesday became the first movie producer to cast his hands and feet in wet concrete at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

The honor usually goes to movie stars.

"I know this is all about me and not about these three guys," Weintraub said.

Damon said: "It should be noted this isn't the first time somebody tried to put Jerry Weintraub's feet in cement."

Clooney, of course, chimed in with a joke of his own.


Photos: A Concrete Cast
"I have to say if I had to be on my hands and knees with three other guys, I can't think of better guys to do it with," he told The Early Show correspondent Hattie Kauffman. "And I mean that."

The ceremony came hours before the Hollywood premiere of "Ocean's Thirteen," which opens Friday.

Screaming fans lined the sidewalk to cheer the stars and the lucky ones got autographs. The crowd roared with approval as the stars left their mark alongside the Hollywood legends immortalized on the sidewalk.

"The first thing you do when you come to Hollywood is you come out and stick your hands and feet in somebody else's footsteps, so it's a nice thing," Clooney said. "It's an honor."

It was also an opportunity for Clooney to joke at Pitt's expense.

"He has very small feet," he added. "I don't want that out, you know how those rumors get started."