updated 05/07/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 05/07/2001 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Top Gunk: Tom Cruise got gooed but good (below) at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in L.A. after accepting the Wannabe Award (for being the celebrity that children most "want to be") from host Rosie O'Donnell, who didn't mind being his partner in slime (left). Meanwhile, Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers (above) swapped pointers on voicing characters in the upcoming computer-animated film Shrek.
Springtime for a hit: In Manhattan, costars Nathan Lane (far left) and Matthew Broderick were up in arms after the triumphant opening of their Broadway musical The Producers, based on the 1968 Mel Brooks movie starring Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder. Well-wishers included Demi Moore (bottom left), escorted by her agent Kevin Huvane, plus Tracy Pollan and Michael J. Fox, who voices the lead character in Disney's animated Atlantis: The Lost Empire, opening nationwide on June 15.
Jennifer Lopez got in step with dancer boyfriend Cris Judd at the American Latino Media Arts Awards in Pasadena, where she was named Entertainer of the Year. The show airs June 1 on ABC. Lopez's drama Angel Eyes opens on May 18.
Web browser: Spider-Man star Tobey Maguire unwound with a bunch of extras on the film's New York City set. The action flick, based on the comic book, also stars Kirsten Dunst and is slated for a May release.
In Laguna Niguel, Calif., singer Gladys Knight celebrated her April 12 wedding to business consultant William McDowell. It's her fourth marriage and his second. The couple will live in Nevada, where Knight has a home.
Four-year-old Cambrie was tops with cop pop Rick Schroder as they checked out the L.A. premiere of Shrek. Schroder's ready for summer vacation: NYPD Blue's final episode of the season airs on May 22.
New York Knicks fan David Duchovny ventured into alien territory as he held court with Shaquille O'Neal (the guy on the right) during a Blazers-Lakers playoff game in L.A. Duchovny's comedy Evolution opens June 8.
"I love her," said Robert Redford of power publicist Lois Smith, whom he surprised as she received a Matrix Award from New York Women in Communications. Fellow client Michelle Pfeiffer called Smith "an inspiration as a working mother."