Independence Day's prez, Bill Pullman, pushed for greater international cooperation with British TV host Zoe Ball by appearing on The Big Breakfast, a morning chat show. Pullman was in London to promote the U.K. opening of his hit film ID4.
Thumbing like pint-size Siskel and Eberts, Full House twins Mary-Kate (left) and Ashley Olsen, 10, digitally signaled their review of Alaska, a movie about two teens who rescue their dad in the 49th state, after its Los Angeles premiere. So which twin is Roger and which is Gene?
The buss stopped here for Wesley Snipes (far left), Ellen Barkin and Woody Harrelson at the Manhattan premiere of The Fan, a thriller in which Snipes stars as a baseball player stalked by a wacko admirer (Robert De Niro) and Barkin plays a sports reporter. Sharon Stone (above) bent over backward to show how much she liked the movie.
When Mad About You headliners Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt browsed at New York City's famed Strand Bookstore to shoot stills for the new season's opening credits, the eagle-eyed couldn't help noticing that Hunt was riffling a copy of The Adoption Resource Book. Does this mean it will be diapers for the sitcom's Buchmans this fall? NBC isn't telling.
Escape from L.A.'s Kurt Russell nuzzled his longtime sweetie Goldie Hawn at the Los Angeles opening of his new movie, a sequel to 1981's Escape from New York.
Laura Dern is no sucker. She just accessorized with one (and an edible necklace) at a birthday party for Connie Stevens, 58, and Shelley Winters, 74, held at mom Diane Ladd's house in L.A.
Sundolls (clockwise from right) Roshumba, Marla Maples Trump and Bridget Hall helped bring in $150,000 for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation by dune the right thing at a charity volleyball bash in Amagansett, N.Y. The beauties hit the beach to support DISHES (Determined Involved Supermodels Helping to End Suffering)—unfortunately not by swearing off cute acronyms.