Star Tracks

updated 07/05/1982 AT 01:00 AM EDT

originally published 07/05/1982 AT 01:00 AM EDT

Sigourney lives dangerously
Safely back in Australia after death threats from Muslims forced cast and crew of Peter Weir's The Year of Living Dangerously from Manila, the film's stars, Mel {Gallipoli) Gibson, 26, and Sigourney (Eyewitness) Weaver, 32, playfully rehearsed a love scene between takes, near Sydney. "Of all the crosses an actress has to bear," Sigourney says, "doing love scenes with Mel Gibson is not one of them." Bashful Gibson confides, "I do my best work in private." His wife, Robin, gave birth to twin boys last month.

Ingrid's family ties
Her arm impaired by her long bout with cancer, Ingrid Bergman, 66, flew to New York from her London home to celebrate the birthday of her twin daughters (by second husband Roberto Rossellini), Isabella and Ingrid, 30. Their brother, Robertino, 32, escorted Mom to the party, where they were greeted by her grandson, Justin Daly, 9. Justin's mother, TV newscaster Pia Lindstrom, 43, is Bergman's only child by first husband Dr. Petter Lindstrom, whom Bergman left for Rossellini in 1949. Hollywood would like to recount that scandal in a movie based on her 1980 autobiography but, Pia says, "My mother isn't interested. I hope for my father's sake she doesn't do it."

Farrah's twofer
Catching Broadway's hit "Nine, "Far-rah Fawcett, 35, had Ryan O'Neal, 41, on one arm and his son, Griffin, 17, on the other. But the trio, in town to plug Griffin's first film, The Escape Artist, fled the bawdy show early on. Official word was that a pinched hip nerve flared up on Ryan. But an onlooker heard him say, "I'd rather listen to the ballgame than watch that show."

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