Jessica Chastain took part in an imprint ceremony outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, immortalizing her hand and footprints.

Following Hollywood tradition, Chastain on Thursday placed her hands and feet in wet cement and signed her name on a block of concrete that will become part of the theater's forecourt, joining legends like Marilyn Monroe and Meryl Streep.

Chastain, 39, has starred in films like "Zero Dark Thirty," "The Help," "The Martian" and, most recently, "Miss Sloane," where she stars as a lobbyist who takes on the gun industry.

"Miss Sloane" opens in theaters on Nov. 25.