Hugh Jackman, daughter Ava, wife Deborra-Lee Furness and son Oscar
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Was his family a good luck charm? Hugh Jackman
bowled three strikes in a row during a recent visit to Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge in New York. Joined by his wife Deborra-Lee Furness and kids Ava and Oscar, the Aussie was there to help celebrate the birthday of one of his children's friends. Still, there was plenty of time to boast about his bowling accomplishments over chicken bites and plenty of high-fives.
Meanwhile in L.A., Chris Pine
partied for his friend's birthday at Bardot Hollywood. The actor and his pals took a seat in the lounge, and Pine eagerly chatted up Washington Redskins player Ladell Betts, who was seated at a nearby VIP table. Soon, the group retreated to the patio to catch the band Casxio, which performed as part of the weekly Lo Hi Fi night. Best of all: Pine picked up the tab for the evening's birthday festivities.
, tucking into a cozy lunch with her mom at Bar Boheme at the Sky Lounge in Park City, Utah. The actress ordered clam chowder and split a field greens salad with goat cheese and a steak tartare with her mom. "It was a relaxed lunch," an onlooker says. "She was happy and at ease."
Mom-to-be Amy Adams
, eating a burger at Napa Valley Grille in Westwood, Calif., with fiancé Darren Le Gallo
. "They were so sweet and gracious," a source says of the couple. "They were adorable out on their casual dinner date."
After partying in Milan with designer Roberto Cavalli
and Courtney Love
, Lindsay Lohan
kept the celebration going at Club Hollywood, where the starlet was a VIP guest of DJ Enferno. But unlike her recent evenings out,
a source says Lohan was relatively drama-free. "She was drinking water and dancing with her friends," the source says, adding that Lohan stepped into the deejay booth at one point to watch Enferno spin.
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