Bill Clinton turned up at the 65th annual Artists & Writers Celebrity Softball Game in East Hampton, N.Y., on Saturday, but only as the spectator-in-chief.
From left: sports columnist Mike Lupica, with "umpires" NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly and Matt Lauer, and retired MLB player Jim Leyritz from the "Writers" team. Producer Jamie Patricof earned the MVP award. (Photos by Sonia Moskowitz.)
Fifteen years after its release, "Rushmore" headlined the Academy's outdoor screening series, with Jason Schwartzman and producer Barry Mendel attending Saturday night.
Meanwhile, "Free Willy" is 20. Director Simon Wincer, producer Jennie Lew Tugend, stars Jayne Atkinson, Michael Madsen (with son Luke) and Jason James Richter had their reunion at the Egyptian in Hollywood on Saturday. (Photo by David Livingston.)
Regis Philbin calls his shot on the way in to ring the opening bell of the NASDAQ as a promo-push for Fox Sports 1 in New York on Friday. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images)
Back from shooting "America's Got Talent" live shows at Radio City Music Hall, Nick Cannon (with Meagan Good) continues to do-good (like his recent open letter about Amanda Bynes) by throwing a back-to-school giveaway in Baldwin Hills on Saturday. (Photo by Mike Windle.)
You'd think "Drinking Buddies" would have had a boozy -- not a beefy- - afterparty. After the Arclight screening on Thursday, Jason Sudeikis, Ron Livingston and Olivia Wilde moved the party over to Umami Burger.
Max Winkler and Sasha Spielberg are drinking buddies at the after-party.
Writer/director Joe Swanberg and Jake Johnson. ("Drinking Buddies" photos by Alberto E. Rodriguez.)
"Scandal's" Tony Goldwyn and editor Ariel Foxman huddled up at InStyle's fashion-heavy summer soiree at the Mondrian on Wednesday. (Photo by Michael Buckner.)
Across the street from his usual home, Kobe Bryant sat down with Jimmy Kimmel for a public one-on-one (broadcast live on NBA owner Mark Cuban's AXS TV) on Thursday. The night benefitted Cedars-Sinai's Sports Spectacular. Terrell Owens and Robert Horry made the scene at the VIP reception. (Photos by Jason Kempin and Chris Weeks)
New Tag Team Partners: WWE's Paul "Triple H" Levesque, E! President Suzanne Kolb and WWE Executive VP Stephanie McMahon arrive at the Beverly Hills Hotel for the joint WWE and E! party, the social high point of the WWE's annual summer week in LA. (Photo by Frazer Harrison.)
On the day that E! announced it had picked up six additional episodes of Kardashian lead-out "WWE Total Divas" after only two weeks, cast including breakouts Brie and Nikki Bella had a celebratory lunch and introduction to the Hollywood community at the London in West Hollywood (Photo by Joe Scarnici.)
Make-A-Wish Foundation CEO David A. Williams and Vanessa Hudgens at the WWE party. (Photo by Jason Merritt.)
WWE alum and CMT "Redneck Island" host "Stonecold" Steve Austin and Clark Duke. (Photo by Frazer Harrison)
There's no trouble at the Chinese concert box office, either. "We didn't expect the energy that was being given to us would be so intense," James Hetfield said of Metallica's two-night sold-out debut at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai. (Photo by Ross Halfin.)