Star Tracks - Sept. 15, 2004
Wimbledon's Kirsten Dunst meets her real-life match in Maria Sharapova, this year's big winner at the tennis tournament, on the "green carpet" Tuesday at the movie's Hollywood premiere. Dunst plays a tennis golden girl opposite Paul Bettany in the romantic comedy, which hits theaters Friday.
Jude Law basks in his bevy of lovely costars – Angelina Jolie, Bai Ling and Gwyneth Paltrow – at the Hollywood premiere of their sci-fi film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (which opens Friday).
TAKING A SHOT
Matthew Broderick and wife Sarah Jessica Parker are in fine style at the New York premiere Tuesday of Broderick's comedy The Last Shot. The film, which also stars Alec Baldwin, Calista Flockhart and Toni Collette, opens Sept. 24.
FRONT ROW FRIENDS
Natalie Portman gets the best seat in the house – Mandy Moore's lap – at the Marc Jacobs Spring 2005 show Monday during New York City's Fashion Week.
MOM TO MOM
Kate Hudson gives mom-to-be Liv Tyler a hand Monday at the Marc Jacobs show. Hudson, whose son Ryder is 8 months old, surely has plenty of maternal advice for Tyler, whose first child (with rocker husband Royston Langdon) is due this winter.
Jennifer Lopez shares a fashionable moment with husband Marc Anthony from the front row of the Marc Jacobs show. The couple celebrated their three-month anniversary on Sept. 5.
BOYS FROM OZ
Hugh Jackman (left) and theatergoer Matt Damon give Barbara Walters a view she won't forget during the final performance of Jackman's Broadway show The Boy from Oz on Sunday. Walters's reaction to her impromptu man sandwich? "It was sensational," she told reporters.
Nicole Kidman gets into character Monday on her first day filming Bewitched, the big-screen version of the classic TV show, on West Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard. The movie's twitchy plot? Kidman portrays an actress who plays the role of good witch Samantha Stephens while funnyman Will Ferrell takes on the part of beleaguered mortal husband Darrin.
Hilary Swank is swept up in a round of autograph-signing Monday at a Toronto Film Festival party. The actress was at the Canadian movie fest to promote Red Dust, in which she plays a human-rights lawyer representing an apartheid torture victim.