Sure, Ricky Martin can get a good table anywhere, anytime he wants. And just to prove it, the pop star hopped on top of one at a hotel in Paris and gave an impromptu performance.
Here’s one way to beat rush-hour traffic: Edward Burns and Robert De Niro made a dashing duo on the New York City set of their film Fifteen Minutes.
Who needs baby pictures? Relaxing in the U.K., British soccer star David Beckham showed off his tattooed tribute to Brooklyn—not the borough but his 4-month-old son with new bride Victoria Adams (Posh Spice).
Sandra Bullock hoofed and she hoofed until she managed to compare shoe sizes with a stubborn horse while filming a scene from her comedy 28 Days in Manhattan. The movie, which costars Viggo Mortensen, is due next spring.
Also casting an eye at the drama’s opening: actor Cuba Gooding Jr., who caught up with Jerry Maguire pal Tom Cruise and showed him the bear hug (hey, he already got the money). Other Cruise cheerleaders included Steven Spielberg, Jodie Foster and Jack Nicholson.
Nicole Kidman arrived bareback to join her costar—and, yes, hubby—at the premiere. Asked by PEOPLE how filming Eyes Wide Shut with Cruise changed the couple’s relationship, Kidman joked, “Oh, we hate each other!”
And then there’s Maude…Bea Arthur reunited with Adrienne Barbeau, her daughter on the popular 1972-78 sitcom. They turned up at a press tour in Pasadena to announce that the show will be added to Nick at Nite’s TV Land lineup beginning Aug. 2.
Wheelie big star Michael Douglas suited up and took a Formula One race car for a test run at a track on the Spanish island of Majorca. The actor next stars in the drama Wonder Boys, due around Christmas.
Actresses Michelle (right) and little sister DeDee Pfeiffer embraced at the L.A. premiere of the killer-croc thriller Lake Placid, which was written and co-produced by Michelle’s husband, David E. Kelley.