Heeeeeeere's Clooney! A swinger on-set and off, George Clooney displayed winning form during a break from filming Intolerable Cruelty, the upcoming romantic comedy from the Coen brothers, in L.A. In the film Clooney plays a slick, womanizing Beverly Hills divorce lawyer who meets his match: a revenge-seeking gold digger played by Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The Prince of Wheels: Swapping his polo pony for a bike, Prince William, 20, fended off a sneak attack from his feisty cousin Zara Phillips, 21 (Princess Anne's daughter), during a charity bicycle polo event in Wiltshire, England. Zara didn't manage to unseat the wobbly royal who scored a goal during the match, which raised funds for spinal-injury research.
Party poopers: Despite appearances, party animals (from left) Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Bacon, Sean Penn and Robin Wright Penn left Penn's Manhattan lounge Man Ray at 10:30. (Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson stayed to the end.)
Sprung: Sopranos son Robert Her and his girlfriend, model Edith Capone, put their heads together at the Manhattan premiere of his comedy Tadpole. They might be smiling because Her got off with probation on that mugging rap.
Boxer or Beef? Lennox Lewis put on his top hat and tails for a visit to Buckingham Palace, where Prince Charles made the WBC champ a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, with a Beefeater on the side.
True brew: Macaulay Culkin, 21, gave his very close friend Mila Kunis, 18 (That '70s Show), a shoulder to sigh on as they left a coffee shop in Hollywood. Next up, Culkin will portray New York City party promoter and convicted murderer Michael Alig in the biopic Party Monster, due next year.
"I just felt lucky to be included," said Flashdance star Jennifer Beals (above left), who joined pal Jodie Foster at Paramount's 90 Stars for 90 Years anniversary bash in L.A., which Jane Fonda and Sally Field (far right) entered laughing. "I am here to celebrate with my friends," said Field.
Mouse cliques: The L.A. premiere of Stuart Little 2 drew working mom Geena Davis and doctor hubby Reza Jarrahy, who left their 3-month-old daughter Alizah at home, while Nancy Reagan brought once-estranged daughter Patti Davis, who reconciled with her parents in 1995.
Meanwhile, one day earlier, Stuart Little himself, Michael J. Fox, squired wife Tracy Pollan (left) and former Spin City costar Heather Locklear to his annual benefit in L.A., a dinner which raised $250,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.