Star Tracks - Aug. 27, 2004
Mickey Mouse works his magic on Janet Jackson, who was at Florida's Disney World Thursday with boyfriend Jermaine Dupri. After meeting the Mouse, the couple took a ride on the Tower of Terror – a 13-story plummet.
Gwyneth Paltrow gets the job done in New York City on Thursday. She wrapped up a day of interviews there for September's Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, the same day her much anticipated Oprah segment aired.
Halle Berry and her boyfriend, actor Michael Ealy, team up for a bowling outing with friends Thursday in Studio City, Calif.
Slash wields a pen outside the Kerrang! Awards on Thursday in London as autograph seekers throng the former Guns 'N Roses guitarist. The rocker's new band, Velvet Revolver, took the best international newcomer trophy at the British magazine awards.
Cate Blanchett makes her way through the Sydney airport Wednesday with sons Dashiell, 2, and Roman, 4 months. The Lord of the Rings actress is in her native Australia through September to play the title role in Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler onstage to sold-out audiences.
Fresh from Athens, Olympians Morgan (left) and Paul Hamm show off their silver and gold medals in New York City and announce their plan to go on the road. The twins will join the 2004 Rock 'n Roll Gymnastics Championship Tour, which starts Aug. 31 at the Mohegan Sun casino in Uncasville, Conn., and will combine the sport with DJ-ed music.
Matt LeBlanc gets comfortable on the hood of a vintage convertible during a publicity shoot on the California set of his new sitcom Joey. The comedy (which also stars Drea de Matteo from The Sopranos) premieres on NBC on Sept. 9.
Avid golfer Bill Murray checks out a putt in the distance during the Buick Championship Celebrity Pro-Am tournament in Cromwell, Conn., on Wednesday. Who's his caddy? That's his 19-year-old son, Luke.
Meanwhile, Murray's Lost in Translation costar Scarlett Johansson prevents raindrops from falling on her head while arriving at the posh Covent Garden Hotel in London on Thursday.
STILL WILD BOYS
Looking like they haven't changed much since their Rio days, well-coiffed '80s rockers Duran Duran (from left, Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes, John Taylor and Roger Taylor – Andy Taylor is absent) set sail in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour on Thursday to promote their upcoming album, their first release since reuniting last year.