Warren Beatty, imagining himself as a camera or flashing the sign of a very exclusive gang, broke from filming the comedy Town & Country in New York City.
United artists: Armageddon's Liv Tyler collaborated closely with beau Joaquin Phoenix at the Manhattan premiere of his new black comedy Clay Pigeons.
The normally reclusive Elizabeth Taylor sported her latest look as she blonded with singer k.d. lang and basketball great Magic Johnson at a San Francisco benefit that raised more than $2 million for AIDS programs.
Longtime beach buddies Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon, who appeared together onscreen more than a dozen times, reunited at a Multiple Sclerosis Society benefit in L.A. Avalon presented a special award to Funicello, who has battled MS since 1987.
Roll model Robin Williams got in high gear for the Nautica Malibu Triathlon, in which his team finished eighth. The event raised more than $50,000 for pediatric AIDS research.
No, Mira Sorvino isn't doing her Marilyn Monroe number again. The actress, who starred in the 1996 HBO movie Norma Jean and Marilyn, was in New York City filming director Spike Lee's upcoming drama Summer of Sam.
Relaxing her stiff upper lip long enough to ride the rails, Queen Elizabeth II joined straphangers—actually dignitaries and security types—en route to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she closed the Commonwealth Games.
It was a rosy day on Wall Street when Rosie O'Donnell and some future traders rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 15. Inspired, the Dow Jones gained for the third consecutive session.