Tin Cup's Kevin Costner tried to iron out a few things—in this case, a ball in a bunker—when he teamed with Joe Pesci at the 3M Celebrity Challenge in Pebble Beach, Calif. They finished fourth.
When in Rome, roam: Jack Nicholson had the whole world, or at least a large part of Vatican City, in his hands. The Golden Globe winner for As Good As It Gets was there promoting the movie.
I only have eyes, and hair, for you: In London, employees at Madame Tussaud's checked out ocular and follicular options with current 007 Pierce Brosnan.
Working mom Annette Bening—she now has three kids with actor-hubby Warren Beatty—enjoyed a hot-dog day afternoon in the Big Apple, where she's filming her upcoming political thriller Martial Law.
Found: The cast of Lost in Space, the upcoming film based on the campy TV show, gathered at the L.A. Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention. From left, that's Lacey Chabert, Mimi Rogers, Gary Oldman, Jack Johnson and Matt LeBlanc.
Former child star Macaulay Culkin, 17, doesn't seem to be home alone much anymore now that he's dating actress Rachel Miner, 17. The couple recently caught a New York City screening of the HBO biopic Gia.
Jack Lemmon shared the front seat of his Ferrari with his standard poodle, Chloe. Lemmon says he'll reunite with his "favorite leading lady," Walter Matthau, in The Odd Couple 2, due for release this spring.
Having survived his party-boy past—and jail time—Rick James (right), who has a new CD, Urban Rapsody, celebrated with singer Val Young and Eddie Murphy at his surprise 50th birthday bash in L.A.
Mama was a rolling stone: With hubby Mick Jagger still on tour, Jerry Hall left London and jetted to Barbados for a little R&R with the couple's fourth child, Gabriel, 2 months.
Acting pals Amy Irving (left) and Bernadette Peters compared curled coifs at Manhattan's premiere of Four Days in September, a drama.
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