No, that wasn't the Phantom of the Opera, that was Beverly Hills, 90210's Brian Austin Green, donating an autographed copy of his "You Send Me" single to Planet Hollywood in Manhattan. His debut album, One Stop Carnival, is due in June.
Foreign affair: Bruce Willis rocked hard with a vengeance when he joined Tina Turner onstage in Paris, where the diva launched her Wildest Dreams world tour.
Qualifying for a Golden Robe Award, Barbra Streisand danced before dawn with Jeff Bridges, shooting in New York City for The Mirror Has Two Faces, a romantic comedy she is also directing.
Keanu Reeves continued his ax-cellent adventures, playing bass with his rock group Dogstar at Doug Weston's Troubadour in L.A. The band, now working on its first album, plans to tour this summer before Reeves gets back on the bus to begin shooting a Speed sequel this September.
Jessica Lange toasted her companion, actor-playwright Sam Shepard, at a Manhattan bash for Dead Man, the new western starring Johnny Depp. Shepard's drama Buried Child, now on Broadway, received five Tony nominations.
Elizabeth Hurley went Old Testament in Morocco, where she is starring in Samson and Delilah, a TNT made-for-cable movie to air in December. Hurley will wield scissors—never underestimate a woman saronged—opposite a long-locked Eric Thai (The Puppet Masters) in this latest version of the biblical tale.
Waterworld's Kevin Costner porpoisely escorted his kids (from left: Annie, 12, Joe, 8, and Lily, 9) to the Los Angeles premiere of Flipper (reviewed on page 19), which benefited the West-side Children's Center. The center assists abused children. Costner next plays a golf pro in Tin Cup, a drama with romance, due this summer.
From left, Showgirls' Elizabeth Berkley, Caroline in the City's Lea Thompson and Tank Girl's Lori Petty frocked the house wearing Todd Oldham when the designer was honored at an L.A. gala that raised $600,000 for AIDS Project Los Angeles.