Al Pacino (in cap) and colleague Keanu Reeves discovered that with two stars you get egg roll, at least for this scene in Devil's Advocate, a courtroom thriller that the actors are currently filming in Manhattan. Reeves plays a young lawyer who finds his slick boss (Pacino) to a be a real devil.
At the L.A. premiere of his film The Crucible, Daniel Day-Lewis and his bewitching new bride, actress-director Rebecca Miller, took a clan-do approach. Also there were Rebecca's dad, Arthur Miller, who wrote the script (based on his 1953 play) and brother Robert Miller, who produced it.
Jane Seymour, star of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, lent a hand to help collect money for the soccer club (coached by Larry Milnes, right) in Malibu, where her daughter Katie gets her after-school kicks. Seymour's contribution was to draw names for a charity sports competition.
Lois & Clark's Teri Hatcher and her husband, actor Jon Tenney, teamed up as presenters for the Ovation Awards (Los Angeles's version of Broadway's Tonys), which were held at the Shubert Theatre in L.A. Playwright August Wilson received a lifetime-achievement award.
Departing can be such sweet sorrow, but it was a piece of cake for All My Children's Keith Hamilton Cobb and Sydney Penny (who played Noah and Julia) at a going-away bash thrown by castmates in Manhattan. The duo's last show airs Dec. 24.
Sizzling Malik Yoba, the sexy star of Fox's New York Undercover, may be a co-owner of the Soul Cafe in New York City, but he proved he had nothing to fret about during his righteous 30-minute concert at the eatery's opening night shindig.
At the Los Angeles premiere of 101 Dalmatians, Glenn Close (left, who stars as baddie Cruella De Vil) and Tracey Ullman were spotted with their own pups. Close brought her daughter Annie, 8, while Ullman toted her son Johnny, 5. The event benefited the SIDS Alliance, which fights sudden infant death syndrome.
Patrick Stewart and girlfriend Wendy Neuss, a producer of TV's Star Trek: Voyager, beamed in to the L.A. opening of his latest Enterprise: Star Trek: First Contact. The film rocketed to a $30.4 million gross at the box office on its first weekend.
Melrose Place's Andrew Shue found a fairway to heaven in Las Vegas, where he swung his clubs in the Planet Hollywood Casino Celebrity Golf Tournament. The event raised $25,000 for the End Hunger Network, founded by Jeff Bridges.
Tennis ace Monica Seles (center) toasted her fellow racketeers, Japan's Kimiko Date (left) and Argentina's Gabriela Sabatini, both of whom have just retired from professional play, at the Official All Star Cafe in Manhattan. Seles is a partner in the cafe.