Drop Zone’s Wesley Snipes dropped by the opening-night bash at the newest Planet Hollywood—this one is at Disney World in Florida—with two ladies: his grandmother, Ruth Carter (center), and his date, dancer Yuko Sumida.
Moviedom’s master of the macabre, director Tim Burton, got a little ghoul-crazy with his damsel of dyed tress, Ed Wood’s Lisa Marie Smith, at the L.A. opening of Death and the Maiden. Burton recently wrapped a documentary on Vincent Price.
Threesome’s Stephen Baldwin turned up as a twosome with wife Kennya, a graphic designer, at the L.A. premiere of the movie Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle. Baldwin next stars with Mickey Rourke in Fall Time, a drama that will be shown later this month at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
With the 1994 pro-hockey season on ice, 90210’s Canadian-born Jason Priestley got in gear and scored big points with fans (and one goal, though his team lost) at a pro-celeb hockey game to benefit local charities in L.A.
Bullets Over Broadway director Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn consorted happily on vacation in Venice, where Allen has reportedly fallen in love with a 15th-century palazzo. The three-story marble manse carries an asking price in the neighborhood of $10 million. Mama Mia!
Fergie and her daughters, princesses Beatrice, 6, and Eugenie, 4, reflected varying shades of greatness over the holidays on the slopes at Klosters, a Swiss ski resort. Her brother-in-law Charles also went schussing there with his little princes, William and Harry.
At Queen Elizabeth’s 20,000-acre Sandringham spread, the Duke of York (left) and his nephew Peter Phillips (Princess Anne’s son), 17, spent part of the family holiday blasting away at birds.
On Christmas Day the Queen Mum, her right leg still bandaged from an injury last year, led Prince Philip and the Windsor clan (even Diana) into the church at Sandringham.