Long after the closing bell had rung at the New York Stock Exchange, Andie MacDowell was the belle of a Wall Street bash saluting her film Multiplicity, a comedy costarring many Michael Keatons, due July 17. The party benefitted the 1996 U.S. Olympic Committee.
A vacationing Susan Sarandon flippered out for these Magellanic penguin chicks, both just 2 months old, while visiting Sea World in San Diego with her own brood, Eva, 11, Jack Henry, 7, and Miles, 4.
All My Children's Sydney Penny (left) and Eva LaRue teamed up to form a cheering squad at a celebrity, guys-only Softball game (players included Noah Wyle and Ben Stiller) held at Yankee Stadium in New York City. The game raised funds for the Mickey Mantle Foundation.
It was family day on the frontier when Robert Carradine (right) visited older brothers Keith (middle) and David on the set of Last Stand at Saber River, a TNT movie the two are shooting near Santa Fe.
Independence Day stars Bill Pullman (left), Jeff Goldblum and Margaret Colin came ready to play at the unveiling of action-figure toys, based on the sci-fi thriller, at Manhattan's F.A.O. Schwarz.
Daniel Day-Lewis isn't auditioning for Top Gun 2. This is his usual outfit for zipping around London on his motorcycle. The actor next stars in The Crucible, due in November.
Prince Charles had a rocky moment with photogs on the Antrim Coast's Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland during a three-day tour that included five of the region's six counties. The royal visit, arranged during the IRA ceasefire last year, was hailed by the British press as the most successful since his Mum popped over in 1977.
Model guests Elizabeth Hurley (left) and Elle Macpherson joined those honoring Miramax Films bigwigs Bob and Harvey Weinstein at a gala in L.A. thrown by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Hurley's beau, Hugh Grant, emceed the event. Macpherson next acts in Barbra Streisand's The Mirror Has Two Faces, opening this November.