Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp joined producer Jerry Bruckheimer as he was awarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday. The stars teamed up to pay tribute to Jerry, whom they've both worked with on numerous films — Tom starred in Top Gun and Days of Thunder, while Johnny's Bruckheimer projects include the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy and the upcoming Disney flick The Lone Ranger. Also on hand for the fun were Martin Lawrence, Jon Voight, and Isla Fisher, who worked with Jerry on 2009's Confessions of a Shopaholic.
Both Johnny and Jerry have been keeping busy promoting The Lone Ranger ahead of its July 3 release. They hit the red carpet for the film's premiere at the California Adventure Park in Anaheim, CA, over the weekend alongside Armie Hammer and stars like Emma Roberts and Julianne Hough. Tom, whose sci-fi action movie All You Need Is Kill is in postproduction, has also been sticking close to the West Coast — he recently went shirtless to celebrate Father's Day with his son, Connor, on the beach in Malibu.