Girlfriends, interrupted: Meanwhile, Billy Bob Thornton's ex gal pal, actress Laura Dern (right), enjoyed a laugh-filled afternoon out with Winona Ryder—costar with Angelina Jolie in last year's drama Girl, Interrupted (still with us?)—who recently split from her actor-boyfriend, Matt Damon. Maybe breaking up isn't so hard to do.
Model of a modern mom Cindy Crawford helped her son Presley Walker, who will celebrate his first birthday on July 2, take a few steps in the sand on a beach in Malibu. Could this be early training on how to strut down the runway?
"It's a blast to be here," said Will & Grace's Sean Hayes (right), who looked ready for liftoff with Saturday Night Live's Cheri Oteri at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation carnival in L.A. Other celebs getting in touch with their inner child were seven-months-pregnant Marlee Matlin (above left), whose expanding tummy got some competition from a soccer ball-enhanced Kathy Najimy's. Meanwhile, Dustin Hoffman (above right) modeled a young mod hatter's creation. "This is a luxurious way to spend a day and make the kind of money they make," Hoffman said of the event, which raised over $2 million for AIDS research.
Friends' Matthew Perry, newly recovered from stomach trouble and a car accident, caught the L.A. opening of Gone in 60 Seconds.
Arriving from San Francisco, Robert Redford and his girlfriend, painter Sibylle Szaggars, sought shade in London, where his next directorial effort, The Legend of Bagger Vance, was being scored.
"My single life was completely different—it wasn't nearly as colorful," says Sarah Jessica Parker (with husband Matthew Broderick) of Sex and the City, her HBO series, which marked its third-season premiere with a Manhattan bash.
Proud uncle Kurt Russell videotaped niece Forest Philbrick at her graduation from Louisville High School in Woodland Hills, Calif. Russell plays an Elvis-impersonating robber in the upcoming action flick 3000 Miles to Graceland.
In Monte Carlo, Princess Caroline's DNA-blessed daughter Charlotte, 13, kept pace with the royal family's tradition of attending the annual Monaco Grand Prix, won this year by Scotland's David Coulthard.
Rootin' twosome Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith, who is expecting their second child in November, double-teamed to cheer on the Lakers to an NBA playoff victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in L.A.