Crikey! In Las Vegas to promote The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course, executive producer Bruce Willis wrapped with Croc star Steve Irwin and a python. "My experience with snakes has been with the two-legged kind," said Willis.
Ya gotta see the baby! Taking a seat in Manhattan's Central Park, 16-month-old Sascha Seinfeld, with doting mother Jessica, surveyed her domain. The cherubic tot's pop, comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who has a children's book called Halloween coming out on Sept. 1, missed the family photo op.
Stars in stripes: Doing their hip-swiveling best, Frasier castmates (from left) David Hyde Pierce, Kelsey Grammer, Peri Gilpin and John Mahoney belted out "Jailhouse Rock" at a benefit in Beverly Hills. The event raised over $1 million for the Alzheimer's Association of L.A.
Babe in arms: Julianne Moore (right) and fellow actress Ellen Barkin joined forces at a New York City gala that netted $1 million for the National Breast Cancer Coalition. "I don't intend to work for the rest of the year," said Moore, whose next production—her second child with director Bart Freundlich—is due in April.
No artful dodger: In L.A. Matthew Perry received a friendly pounding at a celeb dodgeball tournament to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Pops were tops at the New York City premiere of Ice Age. Tony Randall brought his brood—wife Heather and their kids Julia, 4, and Jefferson, 3—to see the animated flick. At the post-show party, Ray Romano (left), who voices Manny the Mammoth, made an ice impression on hangers-on—including his 9-year-old twins Matthew (left) and Gregory and daughter Alexandra (fifth in line), 11—at the Rockefeller Center rink.
Whitney Houston, who signed a $100 million contract with Arista in August, faced the music in Miami, where she's recording songs for a CD due later this year. It will be the seldom-seen songbird's first studio album in four years.
The kin of their teeth: Jane Carrey and her dad, Jim (mom is actress Melissa Womer), flashed identical grins while kicking back in L.A. "It's really cool because she's 14 and she actually wants to hang out with me," Carrey told The Calgary Sun.