updated 05/22/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/22/2000 AT 01:00 AM EDT
On the lamb: Sir Anthony Hopkins and his costar, Julianne Moore, served notice of their arrival to film Hannibal, the upcoming sequel to The Silence of the Lambs, at a press conference for the flick in Florence.
Making like a Manhattan messenger, Sean Connery tooled around town under his own power while filming a scene for his upcoming drama Finding Forrester.
Synchronized swingers David Hasselhoff and his actress-wife, Pamela, boogied zestfully at the Baywatch 10th-anniversary party in Santa Monica. The actor co-created, executive produces and stars in the syndicated hit, now called Baywatch Hawaii, and hopes to return for next season.
Nashville went Hollywood at the 35th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards in L.A. "We're both 35 years old. Well, parts of me anyway," quipped host Dolly Parton (above, with Wynonna and Naomi Judd). Clint Black (right, with wife Lisa Hartman Black) won top vocal event for their duet "When I Said I Do"; meanwhile, singer Coley McCabe bubbled with excitement.
Many Kennedys gathered at the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Church in Bridgehampton, N.Y., for the wedding of Amanda Kennedy Smith, daughter of Jean Kennedy Smith, to Washington, D.C., lawyer Harmon Carter Hood. Among the 300 guests were Sen. Ted Kennedy (above), who, after standing in for the bride's late father and giving her away, joined Jean Kennedy Smith, the former U.S. ambassador to Ireland, to greet Ethel Kennedy and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg. Also attending was the bride's brother William Kennedy Smith (left), who was in the wedding party.
Pregnant with possibilities, Catherine Zeta-Jones, perhaps in the market for maternity clothes, showed off her shape while shopping in Beverly Hills. The Welsh-born actress and her fiancé, Michael Douglas, are expecting their child in August.
Former Melrose Place actor Jack Wagner, currently strutting the boards on Broadway as the star of Jekyll & Hyde, stepped up to the plate with a mighty swing while playing in New York City's Broadway Softball League.
Jesse Ventura, the Minnesota governor, former pro wrestler and—apparently—aspiring Mouseketeer, found a novel use for headphones while broadcasting his radio show from Chicago.