While dad Matthew Broderick waited on him hand and foot, 4-month-old James Wilkie got ready for his close-up as mom Sarah Jessica Parker got snap-happy in L.A., where Pop is filming the comedy Providence.
Roman holiday: While in Italy to promote her 007 flick Die Another Day, Halle Berry took in sights like the Spanish Steps (in background) along the Via Condotti in Rome. "Bond girls are no longer just concubines," she said. "They now have a more equal role."
Play date: Matthew Perry took his new sweetie, Rachel Dunn, to a Lakers game in L.A. Three days later the Friends star was happy to kiss and cell with the newly shorn Dunn (inset) in Beverly Hills.
Steve Martin joined costars Linus, a French bulldog, and Queen Latifah at the L.A. premiere of Bringing Down the House. Will Martin, who'll host this year's Oscars, be rooting for Best Supporting Actress nominee Latifah? "Absolutely," says the actor. "What's good for the Queen is good for Steve."
What would Simon say? Paula Abdul's corset-and-heels look proved she's no fashion idol at the Soul Train Music Awards in Pasadena, Calif., where she presented an award and bumped into American Idol runner-up Justin Guarini.
Harrison Ford didn't mind lowering his sights for a stroll with Liam, the 2-year-old son of his girlfriend, Calista Flockhart (left), in Santa Monica. He next stars in Hollywood Homicide, a drama due in June.
Girl in the hood: Gangs of New York star Cameron Diaz seemed as snug as a bug in her Uggs (her furry boots, that is) while chilling in Manhattan. Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, her action sequel with Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu, is due in June.
Ax murderer: SNL's Darrell Hammond (left, dressed as Donald Trump) mugged with Adam Sandler, who broke a guitar string while performing at a Manhattan benefit that raised $1.3 million for the Autism Coalition.
Fie, society! Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock busted out their best for the Opera Ball in Vienna, but some partygoers complained that Austrian tycoon Richard Lugner lowered the tone of the prestigious event by inviting the Baywatch babe and her rocker beau.
U2 frontman Bono declared victory in Paris, where he received France's Legion of Honor medal for his efforts to foster world peace. It was presented by French president—and fellow Nobel Peace Prize nominee—Jacques Chirac.
Palm pilot: Mike Myers got a little highhanded during an Inside the Actors Studio interview at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen.
Accompanied by his Will & Grace costar Megan Mullally, Eric McCormack (center) discovered the fringe benefits of wigging out with Jason Alexander when they sang "Let the Sunshine In" at an L.A. bash that raised $1 million for the Alzheimer's Association.