Hell's belle: Arriving dateless, Heather Graham became immediately enwraptured by her From Hell corrector Allen Hughes at the film's premiere in L.A. Graham follows up the No. 1 box office thriller on Nov. 21 with Sidewalks of New York, a romantic comedy.
Dinner with a Friend: Matthew Perry found himself on salad ground with pal Andi O'Reilly at an L.A. benefit for the Lili Claire Foundation. It raises money for children with neurogenic disabilities.
Ba-ba Wa-what? To spoof the TV talk show The View, Dick Clark, one of four co-hosts of daytime's all-male chatfest The Other Half, decided to be Barbara Walters for Halloween. It's hell on heels, isn't it, Dick?
After taping a celebrity version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in New York City, country singer Martina McBride huddled with hubby John and their daughters Emma (right), 3, and Delaney, 6, who checked out Mom's prize. McBride will donate her winnings to victims of the Sept. 11 attacks. The show airs on Nov. 29.
The lost boys found: At an L.A. club Corey Haim (left) and Corey Feldman, who made three movies together in the '80s, proved once again that they are not the same person.
Mane event: A new hair color highlighted Lisa Marie Presley's day during a shopping spree with boyfriend Nicolas Cage in Beverly Hills. The aspiring rocker's long-awaited debut album is due next year, while Cage next plays a Marine in Windtalkers, a WWII flick that hits theaters next June.
In New York City Patrick Dempsey, Reese Witherspoon and Candice Bergen vamped for preproduction photos on Sweet Home Alabama. In the comedy due next year, Reese plays a 'Bama-born fashionista romanced by Dempsey under the skeptical eye of his mom (Bergen).
The music mom: Michelle Pfeiffer proves she's on the case as she totes one meant for a violin while escorting 8-year-old daughter Claudia Rose from school in LA. Tagging along is little brother John Henry, 7.
At the Oak Tree equestrian meet in Santa Anita, Calif., Everybody Loves Raymond's Patricia Heaton trotted out her hansom sons (from left) John, 6, Sam, 8, and Joe, 4. But 21-month-old Daniel just didn't have legs for the event.
One more reason to stay in school: Elisabeth Shue led a class on acting for Phillip Jordan and his fellow sixth-graders at L.A.'s Samuel Gompers Middle School as part of Teach for America, which puts guest teachers into classrooms.
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