Joining the two actors sharing words of condolences for the death of the 103-year-old icon are actor William Shatner, director Rob Reiner as well as SAG-AFTRA Foundation.

AceShowbiz - Danny DeVito and "Star Trek"'s George Takei are leading tributes to Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas, following his death on Wednesday, February 05.

Michael Douglas announced the sad news about his dad in a statement and some of Hollywood's heavyweights have been quick to pay their respects to the 103-year-old "Spartacus" star.

DeVito called him "the inspirational Scalawag", adding, "Great hanging with you man," while Takei tweeted: "An Academy Award winning actor and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Douglas was a champion for many just causes and lived a long and storied life. He was adored and beloved, and he shall be missed."

His "Star Trek" castmate William Shatner added: "Condolences to the family of Kirk Douglas. What an incredible icon he was in this industry!"

Director Rob Reiner also poured out his thoughts on social media, stating: "KIrk Douglas will always be an icon in the pantheon of Hollywood... My love goes out to my friend Michael and the whole family."

Meanwhile, a SAG-AFTRA Foundation spokesman has released an official statement, which reads: "We remember Hollywood legend and @sagaftra member Kirk Douglas. With over 92 acting credits to his name from Spartacus to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he leaves behind a legacy of classic films and roles. Our condolences to his friends and family."

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