It was a shtickup when Leslie Nielsen arrived at the premiere of his latest comedy, Spy Hard (see review, page 20), in Los Angeles. In the Secret Service spoof, Nielsen plays debonair Agent WD-40 and gets to coo and cuddle with Nicollette Sheridan.
Actress Rosie Perez had happy feet as she warmed up the crowd before participating in this year's AIDS Walk in Manhattan. She and 35,000 other volunteer pedestrians ambled 6.2 miles to raise more than $5 million for the city's Gay Men's Health Crisis. Coming up next for Rosie: Somebody to Love, a romantic drama with Harvey Keitel, due this summer.
Snappy dresser Bill Murray kept the audience's attention (one way or the other) at a Manhattan bookstore when he read from a newly published version of Mark Twain's novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
All aquiver, Home Improvement's Tim Allen (right) spent quality tool time with Sam Huntington, his costar in Jungle 2 Jungle, as they filmed the comedy in New York City.
Marcia Clark had to plead no contest to bussing her beau, blues singer Mitch Kashmar, in Manhattan, where she was honored by the City of Hope National Medical Center. Clark chided the media focus on women's style over substance, saying, "Why should my hair make the 11 o'clock news?"