Outfitted in helmet and flak jacket, Angelina Jolie looked ready to shoot scenes for Lara Croft and The Cradle of Life: Tomb Raider 2, but the actress was actually geared up to promote land-mine clearance with students in Cheshire, England.
Getting his kicks: In England a mismatched Prince Harry socked it to 'em while playing soccer with chums at his prep school, Eton College. But later the agony of the feet got to the 18-year-old royal, who returned to his home shoeless (inset).
Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy, who costar in the upcoming film Just Married, were tied to each other's side at an L.A. bash celebrating fashion designer Stella McCartney's new Absolut ads. Of their relationship, a coy Kutcher simply says, "We are not a couple, we are a pair."
He may play a cross-dressing soldier in All the Queen's Men, but Matt LeBlanc left the women's clothing to his fiancée, model Melissa McKnight, at the comedy's L.A. premiere.
Britney Spears offered mini happy returns at a birthday party for record exec Guy Oseary in L.A. The pop princess, on hiatus since August, will perform at an Elvis Presley tribute airing Nov. 16 on NBC.
At GQ'S Men of the Year awards in Manhattan, Entertainment Tonight's special correspondent, 5'2" Paula Abdul (left), had to think outside the box, then get on one to interview 5'9" model Heidi Klum. Meanwhile (below), rapper Eve caught up with honoree Denzel Washington, who had a gripe with the recognition: "Why is it only for one year? Does that mean after one year you're no longer the man?"
Screenplay-ing in the park: Kirsten Dunst settles down with a good read in New York City's Washington Square Park while on break from filming Mona Lisa Smile, her upcoming drama costarring Julia Roberts.
Roller girl: Proving that being a Hollywood mom isn't all glamor, Diane Keaton didn't bother to get gussied up—check out those curlers—when she went out for a stroll with her 22-month-old son Duke near their Beverly Hills home.
Now here's one kind of singing Tony Soprano would approve of: Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Mafia princess Meadow on HBO's The Sopranos, traded goons for tunes while performing as the new Belle in Broadway's Beauty and the Beast.
Malcolm off the market: Disappointing young girls everywhere, Malcolm in the Middle's Frankie Muniz, 16, stepped out with his steady, 15-year-old high school student Megan Hubbell, at a Beverly Hills fund-raiser, which collected more than $900,000 for children's legal rights and social services.
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