Star Tracks

updated 02/16/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 02/16/2004 AT 01:00 AM EST

City Limits
NEW YORK CITY, FEB. 2
Sex and the City's fab four—Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Kim Cattrall—put their best feet forward on their last day of shooting together. But once filming wraps, tears roll as Davis consoles Parker (right). According to HBO, three endings have been shot, so no one knows for sure how the series will end Feb. 22.

Dune Buggy
MOROCCO, JAN. 31
A rugged Penélope Cruz saddles up in the desert to shoot a scene for her action flick Sahara. She plays a scientist investigating a toxic poison that threatens to wipe out the world's population.

Morning Suit
PASADENA, FEB. 2
Brad Pitt ventures out in his jammies to shoot a scene for Mr. and Mrs. Smith, a thriller costarring Angelina Jolie.

Love & Basketball
LOS ANGELES, JAN. 28
Savoring an evening out before the onset of sleepless nights and dirty diapers, parents-to-be Courteney Cox Arquette and David Arquette watch the L.A. Lakers beat the Seattle SuperSonics 96-82. Their first child is due this summer.

SUPER BOWL SCENE

Up in Arms
HOUSTON, FEB. 1
Jessica Simpson kicks up her heels as husband Nick Lachey carries her to the stage to perform her single "With You" for MTV's Total Request Live. Simpson's advice to revelers: "choose to party!"

Bind Dates
HOUSTON, FEB. 1
Drew Barrymore reunites with a stuffed version of her phone friend E.T. and Adam Sandler, her costar in the new romantic comedy 50 First Dates, while goofing around on TRL.

Go-Go! Girl
HOUSTON, JAN. 31
As chants of "Paris, Paris" rise above the crowd, safety-goggled socialite Paris Hilton scores points as the official flag girl at the Cadillac Super Bowl Grand Prix, a celebrity charity race.

KIDS 'N' PLAY

Angel in America
LOS ANGELES, JAN. 28
Al Pacino relishes a quiet moment with son Anton at a Santa Monica mall where he took the 3-year-old (and his twin sis, Olivia). Mom is Pacino's ex Beverly D'Angelo.

Moore Time with the Family
ANAHEIM CALIF., FEB. 2
Call it an excuse to regress. Actress Julianne Moore and her husband, director Bart Freundlich, brave Disneyland rides with their tykes Caleb, 6, and 22-month-old Liv.

My Girl
LOS ANGELES, JAN. 31
Bruce Willis and daughter Scout, 12, emerge from Dolce after helping Tallulah, the family's youngest, celebrate her 10th birthday. Mom Demi Moore and sweetie Ashton Kutcher (who's part owner of the Italian eatery) were also on hand.

Dream Ride
LONDON, JAN. 28
It looks like Oscar nominee Jude Law isn't the only one who needs a Java jolt: Seventeen-month-old Rudy, Law's son with ex-wife Sadie Frost, takes a snooze as his dad juggles a stroller and two steaming cups of joe.

Can Do Keanu
HOLLYWOOD, FEB. 1
Do-it-yourselfer Keanu Reeves makes a pit stop to fill up on oil and gas before taking his motorcycle out for a spin.

Men on the Side
BEVERLY HILLS, FEB. 1
It's an in the genes. Britney Spears dresses down for some shopping with dad Jamie and 26-year-old brother Bryan. After a trip to Nike-town, the trio hit Sushi Roku for a quick nosh.

She's Got Leg!
LONDON, FEB. 1
Sporting a thigh-high split and strappy heels, Emma Thompson razzle-dazzles 'em in a backless Maria Grachvogel gown at the Evening Standard British Film Awards—and takes the best actress award for her turn in Love Actually. "I've only got a few more years left to wear things like this," Thompson said onstage, "so I might as well make the most of them." How's that for maximum exposure?

Wax and Wane
NEW YORK CITY, JAN. 29
About 120 lbs. lighter since gastric bypass surgery in 2002, Al Roker now has two wax doubles at Madame Tussaud's. "They did a great job both times," Roker says, "but it was nice for them to have less to work with this time around."

The Big Bump
WESTWOOD, JAN. 29
Proud pop-to-be Charlie Sheen escorts wife Denise Richards to the premiere of his caper comedy The Big Bounce. "I've been craving cereal," says Richards, who's due next month. Hubby, however, hasn't gone out in sympathy: "Charlie hasn't gained a pound."

Revel Revel
LOS ANGELES, JAN. 31
Oscar Hopefuls Naomi Watts (left) and Charlize Theron, along with Watts's guy Heath Ledger, join forces backstage to help David Bowie celebrate his sold-out show. The British rocker is on his first world tour in nearly a decade.

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