updated 03/03/2003 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 03/03/2003 AT 01:00 AM EST
Hug shot: In Manhattan, Billy Crystal (right) and Robin Williams mugged for the cameras at the American Museum of the Moving Image's gala tribute to the Analyze That star.
Dispelling rumors of a split, Gwyneth Paltrow strolled through London with her sweetie, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, on Valentine's Day. "I just ignore the reports in the papers about me and Gwyneth," Martin said at London's recent NME Awards. "Everything is fine. It's cool."
Best supporting actresses Kate Hudson and her mom, Goldie Hawn, were in good spirits at the L.A. premiere of Kurt Russell's thriller Dark Blue. "We're not worried. They're two very different kinds of movies," says Russell of going up against Hudson's How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
So what's America's newest superhero reading in his spare time? Ben Affleck may have the No. 1 movie, but the Daredevil star didn't mind brushing up on the basics after lunch at Sushi Roku in L.A. Is there a chapter on how to date a superstar?
Oh, behave! Elizabeth Hurley was bussed back to a London hotel by her new boyfriend, Indian textile heir Arun Nair.
Ace of Jade's: 1-year-old Jaden Gil Agassi got a boost from dad Andre—mom is court legend Steffi Graf—at the Siebel Open in San Jose, Calif., after the tennis champ won his semifinal over James Blake, 6-4, 6-2.
Will Ferrell, with his wife, Swedish actress Viveca, found a point of reference at the premiere of his frat-house comedy Old School in L.A. His cheering audience? Students from his old school, USC.
Ladies who launch: In Manhattan, Gisele Bündchen (left) got in touch with Heidi Klum at the Victoria's Secret launch of SEXY, a limited-edition book featuring photos of the supermodel pals in—and partially out of—lingerie.
A jolly goodfella: Director Martin Scorsese made the breast of it as he got the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award from Harvard's cross-dressed (it's tradition) students in Cambridge, Mass.
Law and ardor: Putting their recent marital woes aside, Jude Law and his wife, Sadie Frost, presented a unified front at a London park with their sons Rafferty (left), 6, and Rudy, 5 months. As for reports that the couple are heading for divorce, the actor's rep says, "They have been living apart for the last few weeks, but are not at all officially separated. There are no plans to make it official."
Taking a break from his directing duties, Mel Gibson had a cup of joe with Jesus—that would be actor James Caviezel, who's playing Jesus Christ in The Passion, a drama now shooting in Rome. "I have a deep need to tell this story," Gibson recently told Time.