A shaggy-delic Brad Pitt whisked into the L.A. premiere of Jodie Foster's thriller Panic Room, opening March 29. The actor grew the beard for his upcoming sci-fi flick The Last Man, which begins shooting in the fall.
Rosy farewell: After more than a year Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick took their final bows for starring roles in the hit Broadway musical The Producers. Their replacements? British actor Henry Goodman and Wings alum Steven Weber.
In Washington, D.C., U2 frontman and activist Bono promoted peace after he accompanied President Bush to the Inter-American Development Bank, where the President announced plans to increase U.S. aid to developing countries.
Drew Barrymore looked ready for liftoff at an L.A. screening of E.T. celebrating its 20th-anniversary rerelease. The actress calls the movie "the grandest experience of my life."
Dick Clark finally hit the dye to tape a hair-coloring segment on the L.A. set of his talk show The Other Half. "I've been accused for years of dying my hair," says Clark, 72. "This is the first time I ever have."
Two of Madonna's biggest fans—pal Gwyneth Paltrow and interior designer brother Christopher Ciccone—took in the L.A. premiere of the Mexican comedy Y Tu Mamá También.
I saw him standing there: In Liverpool, Yoko Ono viewed a bronze statue of her late husband, John Lennon, at the airport renamed for him.
In L.A., Brooke Shields and her husband, comedy writer Chris Henchy (whose jokes you'll hear at the Oscars on Sunday), put some more pep in their step after making a coffee run.
Taking the plunge while vacationing in Barbados, Cindy Crawford jumped into the pool at the island's Sandy Lane Hotel, joining restaurateur hubby Rande Gerber. Their kids—Presley, 2, and Kaia, 6 months-stayed on dry land.