Three weeks before the start of the third season of his popular show, writer, director, and producer Jon Favreau’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was erected today. “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian,” which he produces.
At the late-morning ceremony, Favreau informed the audience that he was honored. “to be part of this fabric” of Hollywood storytellers.
“For those of you who are out here walking and trotting across our names, which in other places would be a dishonor, but here it’s the highest honor to be part of the sidewalk, to be part of what supports the next generation of storytellers,” he said. “
And the people who bring production here, the people who innovate new technologies and keep the traditions of storytelling alive, are the ones I want to honor and the ones I want to point this honor to. … Thanks to all of you who will walk these paths and these sidewalks and have stars alongside ours to keep this tradition, this beautiful tradition of Hollywood going.”
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In addition to Favreau, other speakers during the ceremony on Hollywood Boulevard outside the El Capitan Theatre were Robert Downey Jr. and chef Roy Choi. In the Marvel superhero movie from 2008, Favreau helmed Downey. “Iron Man,” and its 2010 sequel “Iron Man 2.”
Favreau portrayed Happy Hogan, the chauffeur and bodyguard for Tony Stark in “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 2,” “Iron Man 3,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, “Avengers: Endgame,” “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”