Jennifer Aniston and Bradley Cooper reunited backstage at Spike's "Guy's Choice Awards" at the Sony Lot on Saturday night. Let this be the first placement of photos that are sure to splash across the weeklies. (Photos by Jason Merritt/Getty Images.)
Jimmy Kimmel ("Funniest Mother F----r" of the Year Winner), David Spade, and Ben Affleck in Spike's talent-crushed and closely guarded greenroom.
Jake Gyllenhaal played tribute to "The Dude" as Jeff Bridges picked up Spike's "Mantlers" and made a new long-necked friend.
Sixteen years later, Mark Wahlberg was still "delivering" for Burt Reynolds, presenting his "Boogie Nights" mentor with mantlers as the "Alpha Male."
Oh, you know…we're just talking about space. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin and the space-skydiver Felix Baumgaurtner form a very elite club.
Jason Sudeikis gets a love nuzzle from the real live Chippendales-ready giraffe on stage.
Kevin Hart and Dwight Howard make a physical pitch for "Twins 2" in the Spike greenroom…
…while Wahlberg grabs a perch to hang with the Lakers star.
Two guys that are having a great year: "Fast and Furious 6" star Vin Diesel and Andrew Luck, the Colts quarterback named the NFL Rookie of the Year.
These two guys broke out in the same era but have never worked together: Ben Affleck and Vince Vaughn added muscle to the lineup.
Clint Eastwood, who appeared at AFI's Mel Brooks tribute via video on Thursday, continued his outgoing year by appearing at "Guy's Choice." The show airs this Wednesday, June 12. (Photos by Getty Images.)
Meanwhile in Mandeville Canyon, Chrysalis' Mark Loranger and Colin Farrell linked up at the annual summer gala. (Photos by Jonathan Leibson and Michael Buckner.)
Characters from "Carnevale" at The Venetian Las Vegas ushered in guests such as Russell Simmons (in his trademark headwear) and Rebecca Gayheart-Dane.
"Ben and Kate's" Dakota Johnson and "New Girl's' Max Greenfield flank Chrysalis honoree Katherine Pope. (Photo by Jonathan Leibson.)
The winners of the Student Academy Awards (who get medals) hoisted the big prize on stage at the Academy headquarters on Saturday night. (Photo by Matt Petit/A.M.P.A.S.)
Bob Saget hosted the Student Academy Awards show (and joked that he had to vacuum the theater afterwards), with Clark Gregg, director Kimberly Peirce, Quvenzhané Wallis, Jason Schwartzman and Academy President Hawk Koch at Saturday night's ceremony. (Richard Harbaugh/A.M.P.A.S.)
Donna Karan and Paul Simon get some face time at the Ubuntu Education Fund's 2013 Gala in New York on Thursday night. (Charles Sykes/Invision)
Meanwhile back in LA, "Girls" scene stealer Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer and Andy Samberg (aka "The Lonely Island") field questions from Ben Lyons at their "The Wack Album" release party at Sonos Studio. Hugh Jackman, Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga are on the album. (Jerod Harris/Getty Images)
"Vikings" lead Travis Fimmel and creator Michael Hirst push the History series at a "For Your Consideration" night the TV Academy on Friday, June 7. (Photo by John Sciulli/WireImage)
"Les Miserables" and "Vikings" star George Blagden with Jessalyn Gilsig at the event that comes on the eve of Emmy nomination voting, which begins Monday at 6 p.m. (Photo by John Sciulli/WireImage)
Good and evil come face to face as Betty White tames a snake at a preview for the Greater LA Zoo Association's Beastly Ball. (Photo by Ted Montoya.)
Pedro Almodovar and his cast of "I'm So Excited" arrive at the Soho premiere in NYC.
Alan Cumming and Parker Posey came dressed appropriately at the "I'm So Excited" after-party hosted by DeLeon Tequila at No. 8. Hints of the tropical theme have carried over from "8's" predecessor Bungalow 8. (Photos by Paul Bruinooge/PatrickMcMullan)
Chelsea Hanlder moderates Showtime's For Your Consideration panel for "Shameless" at the Television Academy in North Hollywood, with John Wells, William H. Macy, Emmy Rossum, Shanola Hampton, and Emma Kenney.
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht hangs with "Magic City" creator Mitch Glazer at the season two premiere for the Starz' original series. The after party was at Glazer's and wife Kelly Lynch's Hollywood Hill's spread. Chelsea Handler, Whitney Cummings and Owen Wilson were on hand to celebrate.
No Oscar (yet), but Jackie Chan earned a salute from the Motion Picture Academy at a tribute in Beverly Hills last week. (Matt Petit/A.M.P.A.S)
Young Hollywood stepped out Wednesday to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of hip L.A. steakhouse STK. Ashley Greene, Ryan Phillippe, Geoff Stults (pictured chatting up Hank Baskett), and Taylor Lautner were the head-turners in the room.