Star Tracks

updated 12/19/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 12/19/1994 AT 01:00 AM EST

Lethal Weapon's Mel Gibson joined the big guns at an L.A. screening of Legends of the Fall, the action adventure opening this month. Gibson recently wrapped his historical drama Brave Heart, due next year, and will lend his voice to Disney's upcoming animated feature Pocahontas as Capt. John Smith.

John Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg were elegantly turned out at the New York City gala for the Municipal Art Society. They presented the first Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Award to Brendan Gill, the author and architecture critic for The New Yorker, who, in 1978, linked arms with the former First Lady to save Grand Central Terminal.

The brothers Lawrence continue to blossom: Joey Lawrence, 18 (left), happily shared the spotlight with impish Andrew, 6, now under contract to NBC, and Mrs. Doubtfire's Matthew, 14, at the Hard Rock Cafe in L.A. The teenybopper's dream team all still live with their parents in North Hollywood, Calif.

Yoko Ono and her son Sean Lennon toured the children's center of Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital. Ono has pledged the hospital part of the profits from the sale of her artwork, which will be exhibited at the Frankel Collection in Palm Beach, Fla., through Dec 25.

Hard-hatted entrepreneurs (left to right) Elle Macpherson, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell broke ground (hold the bread!) at their co-owned Fashion Cafe, a New York City eatery due to open in March, where the dishy supermodels hope to have the trendy fashion crowd eating out of their hands.

Michael Keaton brought big brother Robert Douglas to the Gotham screening of Speechless, the upcoming comedy costarring Keaton and Geena Davis as political speechwriters for opposing parties. Keaton changed his name professionally, but legally and familially, he has claimed in the interest of full Disclosure, "I'm still Michael Douglas."

Patrick Stewart, the debonair captain of Star Trek Generations, congratulated the crew of Death and the Maiden, Sigourney Weaver and Ben Kingsley (left), at the movie's New York City premiere. Weaver portrays a haunted former prisoner who confronts her torturer.

Boa-dacious beauty Lolita Davidovich, who steered Richard Gere off course in Intersection, wowed the crowd at the L.A. opening of Cobb. Lolita plays a nightclub cigarette girl who charms baseball's bitter batting champ Ty Cobb (Tommy Lee Jones) in the biopic.

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