Hollywood’s Walk of FAME is coming to Hollywood, a milestone for the film industry that will be celebrated on Thursday at Hollywood Park.

On Thursday, March 16, the Hollywood Walk of Film will be in celebration of the film industries 40th year of existence.

Hollywood is a place where Hollywood families gather, meet and reminisce with friends, family and co-workers, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors on the Hollywood Crest Trail, the iconic Hollywood Walk, the famed Hollywood Sign and many other landmarks of the entertainment industry.

For the first time in Hollywood history, Hollywood Walk will celebrate the film community and celebrate the industry that brings us to life in the world of entertainment.

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Walk of the Hollywood Sign on Thursday, as Hollywood’s film community celebrates its 40th anniversaries and the celebration of film.

“Today, the Walk is celebrating the many aspects of film, the incredible history that we have all come to know and love in Hollywood and beyond, and the important role that the industry has played in bringing our world together,” said Hollywood Board of Governors President David Mankoff in a statement.

“The Walk is an important milestone for Hollywood, and we are thrilled to continue the legacy of the community through the celebration that is on March 16.

The Walk will be open to the public throughout the day, beginning at noon, and will feature film and music performances, art and craft demonstrations, community programs, and a film-themed scavenger hunt.”

“Celebrate with us and the Walkers, we are proud to celebrate the Walk’s 40 years of being in the forefront of the industry and the creative process that we are all passionate about,” Mankow said.

“We are all in this together.”

The Hollywood Walk has been held every year since 1978, and has been attended by more than 50,000 people, according to the Walk website. 

The Walk of Honor has been the most popular event for Hollywood Walk participants.

The Walk of Honors honors film legends who have made contributions to the film, television, motion picture and other film and television production industries.

A special edition of the Walking is also scheduled to be held at the Hollywood Film & Television Museum and will honor the directors of “Captain America: Civil War,” “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Captain Fantastic,” “Wonder Woman,” “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Deadpool,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Doctor Strange,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” “Iron Man 3,” “Black Panther,” “Unbroken,” “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Avatar,” “Zootopia,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “Captain Marvel.”

The first Walk of HONOR was held in 1992 at the Shrine Auditorium at the UCLA University of Southern California.

It was attended by about 40,000 film enthusiasts and was one of the most attended Walk events.

 In 2018, the Los Angeles Film Commission announced that the Walk will feature a special screening of “Gods and Monsters,” a film by director Jon Favreau that was released in 2018.

In 2019, the L.A. Film Festival announced that “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” would be the first movie to feature a Walk of Honour at the Los Feliz Film Festival.

Tickets to the 2019 Walk of honour can be purchased at www.hollywood.org/events/celebrate-the-hollywood-walk-of-honor.