(LOS ANGELES) -- The Hollywood Walk of Fame has announced the celebrities who'll be receiving stars in 2019.
James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, made the cut this year, as did Robert De Niro, and fellow Oscar-winners Anne Hathaway, Diane Weist, Alan Arkin, Guillermo del Toro, and Lupita Nyong’o.
Movie mogul and actor Tyler Perry also got the nod, as did celebrity chef Guy Fieri.
Others in the class of 2019 include Frozen's Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel; Empire's Terrence Howard; Elementary actress and Luke Cage director Lucy Liu; pop stars Michael Buble and Pink; '70s TV icons Sid and Marty Krofft; Mandy Moore from This Is Us; comic and actor Cedric The Entertainer; stage and screen actress Judith Light; and Goodfellas star Paul Sorvino.
The late Julia Child, one of pop culture's first celebrity chefs, was also named to the 2019 class posthumously.
None of the star ceremonies are currently scheduled; all celebrities must commit to be present when their stars are unveiled, so they have to fit the event into their extremely busy calendars.
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