Russell Crowe, Kate Beckinsale and John Travolta will be among the stars set to present trophies at this weekend's Screen Actors Guild Awards, officials said Monday.
Crowe, Beckinsale and Travolta will be joined at Sunday's awards ceremony by Debra Messing, Tommy Lee Jones, Terrence Howard, Nikki Blonsky and Holly Hunter, SAG officials said.
Previously announced presenters include Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Matthew McConaughey, Kate Hudson, Emile Hirsch and Burt Reynolds at the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The show will be broadcast live on TNT and TBS from the Shrine Auditorium.
The ongoing writers strike is not expected to affect the SAG Awards because the Writers Guild of America has signed agreements allowing its members to work the ceremony.
The Golden Globe Awards' televised banquet was scrapped earlier this month and replaced with a news conference to announce winners. With the guild planning pickets outside and declining to let writers work on the show, no one showed up to accept awards in person.