Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise will host an all-star slate that includes Patti LaBelle, Gavin DeGraw, Alison Krauss and a dramatic performance by Sam Elliott.
Actor explains why it was so daunting coming on the set with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga and what it's like to earn his first Academy Award nod.
Sam Elliott shares memories from "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Road House," "Tombstone," "The Big Lebowski," "Hulk," and "A Star Is Born."
Veteran actor Sam Elliott imprinted his hands and feet in cement on Hollywood Boulevard on Monday, as "A Star is Born" co-stars Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper shook off Golden Globes disappointment to join in honoring the 74-year-old's long career. Known for his lanky physique, thick mustache and languid drawl, Elliott reflected on his life's work and the joy of acting, telling reporters: "The people you work with, the community... and feeling like you're doing something that makes a difference to somebody" made it all worthwhile. "A Star is Born" may have struck out at the Golden Globes the night before, picking up just one trophy for best song, but Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were all smiles as they came to show their support for Elliott, who plays Cooper's elder brother in the film.