The Players: Susan Sarandon and Tim Robins, who head off for separate movie locations this month, romped with Ernie amid 10,000 snuffleballs during a family visit to Sesame Place, the Sesame Street theme park in Langhorne, Pa. Their brood, Eva, 8, Jack, 4, and Miles, 1, came along to supervise.
Pearl jam? The Bold and the Beautiful's Hunter Tylo nibbled a snack with costar Kimberlin Brown at a party a Manhattan's Tavern on the Green before the Daytime Emmy Awards. Brown was nominated for a best supporting actress Emmy but lost to Guiding Light's Ellen Parker.
Jerry Seinfeld, 39, Seinfeld's Most Valuable Player, doubtless racked up points with his guest for the evening, Shoshanna Lonstein, 18 and a senior at a Manhattan high school, by scoring these front-row seats for a New York Knicks-Chicago Bulls playoff game at Madison Square Garden. Neither Seinfeld nor Lonstein is talking much about the nature of their friendship.
Yo, bro! The brothers Wayans (from left), Marlon, Shawn and Damon, hung together at the Los Angeles premiere of Cliffhanger, Sly Stallone's high-altitude thriller. Damon, who has a cameo in Arnold Schwarzenegger's forthcoming The Last Action Hero, was checking up on the competition.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's Will Smith brought his princess, wife Sheree, to the Los Angeles opening of Made in America. Smith costars in the romantic comedy movie with another happy couple, Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson.
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