You, No, you. Jolly good-fellas Billy Crystal (left) and Robert De Niro reunited at the New York City premiere of Analyze That, the sequel to their 1999 hit comedy Analyze This. Crystal plays a shrink recruited to treat Mob boss De Niro.
Great Danes: Claire Danes earned wave reviews on Sydney's Bondi Beach while vacationing with her beau, Aussie rocker Ben Lee. The splash-happy actress stars in The Hours, due Dec. 27.
Bill Clinton displayed his diving ambition at England's Oxford University, where the former Commander in Chief played some football with U.S. students while visiting daughter Chelsea.
Sharp shooter George Clooney clicked with a fan in New York City, where he appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman to chat up his new sci-fi thriller Solaris and his directorial debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, due Dec. 27.
Pucker up: At a celeb hockey game in L.A., Angel's David Boreanaz collected a kiss from his wife, former Playboy playmate Jaime Bergman. The couple's 7-month-old son Jaden came along for the ride.
In Montreal, Dennis Quaid also had an ice time shouldering leading-man duties as he and his sweetie, Anna Poche, watched an NHL game. Quaid is in town filming the drama The Day After Tomorrow.
On tour in Las Vegas, the Rolling Stones attracted fans, famous folk and even a few angels. Cameron Diaz (above), Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore, now shooting Charlie's Angels 2: Full Throttle, flew in for the band's private party at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, where Kiefer Sutherland (bottom left)—hobbled due to an injury suffered on the 24 set—came with his formerly estranged wife, Kelly. The next night Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (below) rocked the MGM Grand.
Play by play: No doubt about it, Gwen Stefani only had eyes (and grooming tips) for her hubby, British rocker Gavin Rossdale, at the Los Angeles Lakers-Minnesota Timberwolves game in L.A.
Mary-Kate Olsen (left) cradled her new puppy Jack, a half-poodle, half-Chihuahua mix that she bought while out on a shopping trip with her twin sister, Ashley, in Bel Air.
After chowing down at Mr. Chow in L.A., Jason Priestley finagled a little elbow room with his girlfriend, special-effects tech Naomi Lowde. The actor is still in rehab for back and foot injuries resulting from his Aug. 11 race-car crash in Kentucky.