UNICEF Special Representative Susan Sarandon made sure to bring along the bubbly when she visited an orphanage for kids whose families have been affected by HIV-AIDS in Mumbai (formerly Bombay), India.
Barely a hoot has been heard from the top-secret set of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, now filming around England. But forces in the land conjured up this photo of Britain's Daniel Radcliffe, 11, who plays wizardly whiz Harry, and his owl Hedwig.
News of her three Grammy Award nominations was Music to Madonna
's ears: The self-proclaimed Britney Spears
fan celebrated at London's San Lorenzo restaurant, which marked one of her first public outings since her Dec. 22 marriage to film director Guy Ritchie (maybe you heard a wee bit about it).
Rein man: After 10 weeks of volunteer work in Chile, Prince William
returned to his old stomping grounds, where the 18-year-old royal saddled up for the Beaufort Hunt in Gloucestershire, England.
Slam the man: No, we do not recommend ripping out public phones and pummeling bad guys, but it sure worked for Samuel L. Jackson when he clocked actor John Benjamin Hickey on a New York City street during a scene for his new thriller, Changing Lanes.
Hailed by the Chief: In Washington, D.C., Elizabeth Taylor received the Presidential Citizens Medal from Bill Clinton as a "relentless" crusader for AIDS research.
Spider-Man stars Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst
and Willem Dafoe spun some tales in Culver City, Calif. "I never thought I would be wearing a skintight suit," said Maguire, who'll play Spidey. "But that's what's great about life."
Strolling on St. Bart's, Liv Tyler
had something besides flip-flops in the bag: a romance. The Armageddon actress vacationed on the island with Spacehog band member Royston Langdon.
The Talented Mr. Ripley's Jude Law
happily played pop as he collected son (with actress wife Sadie Frost) Rafferty, 4, from a play date in London. Law works with another young 'un—Haley Joel Osment—in Steven Spielberg's A.I., due June 29.