Foster: It's Australian for cheers! Jodie Foster turned red from all the attention at the Sydney premiere of Panic Room. The actress told reporters she was "proud and honored" to have replaced then-injured Aussie Nicole Kidman in the lead role. "I told her I was happy to be her understudy anytime," said Foster.
The spy who loved me: Halle Berry displayed her Bond ambition by joining costar Pierce Brosnan in Cadiz, Spain. The pair are filming 007's next adventure, Die Another Day, due in November, in which Berry plays a villain named Jinx.
Hello, Newman! In Manhattan, Michael J. Fox helped Paul Newman celebrate his nonprofit Newman's Own food company's 20th anniversary. "I thought there'd be a bunch of business charts," said Newman.
Candice Bergen and her 16-year-old daughter Chloe took things in stride en route to a New York City Saturday Night Live cast party following the April 6 show, which was hosted by Cameron Diaz.
The Today show's Matt Lauer practiced his motor skills by kicking off Manhattan's Rockefeller Center Motorcycle Show. When anchor Ann Curry remarked how good he looked in leather, Lauer replied, "That's a whole other subject."
The Turner network: In New York City castmates Kathleen Turner, Alicia Silverstone and Jason Biggs focused on some important post-Graduate work: namely, celebrating the opening night of their hit Broadway play.
Already accustomed to duking it out on the music charts, singers Lenny Kravitz (left) and Usher took some playful jabs at one another in London, where each taped segments for the BBC music program Top of the Pops.
A beautiful mom: Jennifer Connelly continued her reign as best supporting actress by giving 4-year-old son Kai (Dad is ex-beau David Dugan) a lift in L.A. Connelly will costar with Eric Bana, playing his love interest in next June's Hulk.