Star Tracks: Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Olivia Wilde takes her Monday walk through N.Y.C. one page at a time with a copy of Kelly Oxford's new tome Everything Is Perfect When You're a Liar, which the actress helped promote at a bookstore QampA.
Go Clippers! Khloé Kardashian-Odom can't help but get excited about husband Lamar Odom's team during a game at L.A.'s Staples Center Monday night. But sadly, her cries weren't enough: The Clippers lost to the Indiana Pacers, 109-106.
Tom Hanks takes his movie-star skills to the N.Y.C. stage, making his Broadway debut at Monday's opening night of the late Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy.
ON THE MOVE
Shia LaBeouf greets a crowd of eager admirers Monday before making an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman in New York City, where he discussed his upcoming drama, The Company You Keep.
WALK THE LINE
A sweater-sporting January Jones seemingly thinks spring (colors) Monday as she makes her way through Los Feliz, Calif.
EARNING HIS STRIPES
A pinstripe-suited Tom Cruise brings star power to the Moscow premiere of his new action-adventure movie, Oblivion, on Monday.
Sarah Jessica Parker trades in her luggage for some much more stylish Rochas baggage as she makes her way through N.Y.C.'s John F. Kennedy International Airport on Monday.
Also clocking in some frequent flyer miles in N.Y.C.: Hugh Jackman, who opts to travel lightly on Monday.
STICK IT TO 'EM
Like mother, like daughter: Sienna Miller and mom Josephine get playful for photographers while strolling around the West Village in New York City on Monday.
Jennifer Garner gives 7-year-old daughter Violet a pick-me-up and a smile Monday as she drops her off in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
She's not singing the blues! Backed by the Scholars' Academy children's choir of Far Rockaway, N.Y., Emmy Rossum belts out the national anthem Monday at N.Y.C.'s Citi Field during the New York Mets' opening day ceremonies.
Wearing his signature white cowboy hat, Brad Paisley greets fans as he arrives at the New York City set of Good Morning America, where he promoted his new album, Wheelhouse, and upcoming tour.