Goldeneye's new 007, Pierce Brosnan, got pointers from director and costar Barbra Streisand while filming a scene at Columbia University for The Mirror Has Two Faces, a romantic comedy about the changing love lives of two university professors.
Beverly Hills, 90210 costars Jennie Garth (left) and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen hobnobbed at the L.A. premiere of Jim Carrey's hit comedy sequel, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. (Carrey pleaded with the crowd, "Do not worship me!")
Score another one for the Gipper: While strolling with friends in L.A.'s Roxbury Park, Ronald Reagan, 84, tossed a soccer ball with future voters. The former President, who has Alzheimer's disease, recently formed the Ronald and Nancy Reagan Research Institute to support Alzheimer's research.
The cat in the hat, with spats: Producer Quincy Jones (above), a 25-time Grammy winner, looked sharp at a Manhattan bash celebrating his half-century in the music biz. Oprah Winfrey, who starred in the Jones-produced The Color Purple, and steady Steadman Graham dished at the do.
Annette Bening campaigned for her new romantic comedy The American President in New York City, escorted by her point man, husband and Love Affair costar Warren Beatty. Bening plays a brainy environmental lobbyist on Capitol Hill who falls for the widowed President, played by Michael Douglas. Bening's best line in the movie may be the one about their first date: "I kissed him, and then he had to go and attack Libya."
Frasier's David Hyde Pierce gave a lift to his pooch, a wheaten terrier named Emma, during a Los Angeles AIDS walk that raised more than $150,000 to benefit children with AIDS. Pierce plays John Dean in the biopic Nixon, due Dec. 20.
Colorful actor-director Sean Penn charmed Peter Falk (left) and other theatergoers at the L.A. premiere of his new drama The Crossing Guard, which reunites ex-lovers Anjelica Huston and Jack Nicholson (right) as an embittered divorced couple.