Tobey or not Tobey? Yep, that's Spider-Man's Tobey Maguire, who wisely picked up the mask at hand when he stopped to shop at an L.A. pharmacy. The celluloid superhero's current nemesis? A fiendish flu bug.
Have baby, will travel: Just 14 days after giving birth June 16 to daughter Sy'rai, Brandy demonstrated her mom-entum (with a little help from a family friend) by taking the newborn on a tennis date in L.A. The unstoppable 23-year-old R&B star played a singles match with her husband, music producer Robert Smith.
Double play: After helping his New York Yankees beat the Mets 8-0 on June 30, shortstop Derek Jeter showed off another great catch—his new girlfriend, actress Jordana Brewster (The Fast and the Furious
)—at his 28th-birthday bash in Manhattan.
Poster boy Justin Timberlake
got his message across to shutterbugs outside of a Hollywood club. The 'N Sync-er said bye, bye, bye to his bandmates for a short break this summer to finish up his first solo disc, due in the fall.
In San Pedro, Calif., a Billy Bob-less Angelina Jolie
looked well-suited for a wave runner-riding workout. She will next appear in the drama Beyond Borders
, due this fall.
Landlubber Winona Ryder hiked the Hollywood Hills armed with the essentials—tunes, water and a leather-studded belt. Her trial for shoplifting and possession of unprescribed drugs is scheduled for Aug. 13.
Cool daddy Jack Nicholson relaxed with son Raymond, 10 (mom is Jack's ex, Rebecca Broussard), on the Manhattan set of Anger Management, a comedy with Adam Sandler.
clicked with fans at the London premiere of his sci-fi hit Minority Report
. The star spent 90 minutes signing autographs, posing for pix and chatting with people's pals on cell phones.
Mark Wahlberg escorted model Rhea Durham, a friend, on a stroll through Malibu. Wahlberg next stars in The Truth About Charlie
, a thriller due this fall.
Fly guy: A dapper Johnny Depp
took a break from filming Neverland in London to hang out with a real quack (why he's holding a fake duck is anyone's guess). Depp stars as Peter Pan creator J.M. Barrie in the biopic due in theaters next year.
A supremely fit Diana Ross, who checked herself into a Malibu drug and alcohol rehab clinic in June for a three-week stay, returned to the stage in style: She performed June 29 for 60,000 fans—including Prince Charles and Joan Collins (left)—at an all-star concert in Hyde Park, London. The event raised $760,000 for The Prince's Trust charity. Ross begins a U.S. tour this summer.
Meanwhile, another recently rehabbed entertainer, Billy Joel, reunited with his daughter Alexa Ray, 16 (mom is Christie Brinkley), in East Hampton, N.Y. The Piano Man spent 10 days in a treatment program for substance abuse at a New Canaan, Conn., hospital as his Father's Day gift to her, as PEOPLE reported last week. Joel resumes his concert tour with Elton John Sept. 13.