Star Tracks - July 20, 2004
It's all love for Denzel Washington as he takes the brunt of his fans' enthusiasm during an appearance on MTV's TRL on Friday. The Oscar winner swung by the show to promote his new film, The Manchurian Candidate, which opens July 30.
Right on the kisser! Sean Penn and Nicole Kidman show off their chemistry Friday on the Queens, N.Y., set of The Interpreter. Penn plays a Secret Service agent to Kidman's United Nations interpreter in the political thriller.
Only a month after the birth of baby daughter Coco (who was born June 13), Courteney Cox Arquette is already looking trim as she plays catch with her pooches Sunday in Malibu. The actress's daily beach walks reportedly have been helping Arquette get back into shape.
George Clooney goes hog wild on his Harley with girlfriend Lisa Snowdon, a British TV host, while riding through the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday. It was a well-deserved break for the actor, who's been busy filming Ocean's Twelve for much of the summer in Europe.
Catwoman costars Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone and Halle Berry make a purr-fectly stunning trio at the film's Hollywood premiere on Monday. Berry, as Catwoman (with Bratt as a cop who falls for her and Stone as her nemesis), will claw her way into theaters July 23.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck gives Serena Williams a cooking lesson at an event during the first day of main-draw play at the JP Morgan Chase Open tennis tour in Carson, Calif., on Monday. The menu? Tennis-ball-shaped caprese salad and chicken salad. Now maybe Williams, who is scheduled to play on Wednesday, will reciprocate with a little tennis instruction.
He's baaa-aack! Michael Keaton – who hasn't appeared in a film since the 2002 TV movie Live from Baghdad, takes a moment Monday to go over his script on the New York City set of the thriller White Noise. In the movie, Keaton plays a man whose murdered wife contacts him from the great beyond.
Does Lindsay Lohan get a kick out of shopping, or what? The ecstatic teen queen enjoys her jaunt with friends down Beverly Hills's Rodeo Drive on Monday. Hopefully she's equally excited about her next project: a remake of the classic Disney film Herbie: Fully Loaded.