Denzel Washington travels to Madrid to promote his latest film "Asalto al Tren Pelham 123," better known stateside as "The Taking of Pelham 123"
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston, both of whom received Emmy nominations for their roles in the best drama contender "Breaking Bad" celebrate the news with a moment of comradery.
Anna Faris walks with purpose to the premiere of "The Ugly Truth" in Los Angeles.
Gerard Butler checks out the handsome face on the poster at the premiere of his new movie "The Ugly Truth" in Los Angeles.
At the L.A. premiere of her new movie "The Ugly Truth" Katherine Heigl, by contrast, looks very pretty.
A slightly scruffy John Malkovich fields questions at a news conference prior to the inaugural concert "The Infernal Comedy" at the 23rd "Castell de Perelada" festival in Barcelona.
Ruben Blades and his wife Luba Mason pay a visit to the Loeb Music Library at Harvard, where the salsa singer's music archives will soon be stored.
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Jim Parsons is all smiles at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Los Angeles, after learning of his Emmy nod for his work in "The Big Bang Theory."
Self-proclaimed "new breed" of rapper Asher Roth hips and hops at the Nokia Theater in New York.
Christina Aguilera, global spokesperson for World Hunger Relief, gives back by filming a public service announcement in Hollywood. And by playing a free mini-concert.
Forty-five years later, Paul McCartney returns to where the Beatles played their first U.S. show. More specifically, he returns to the roof, as he and his band serenade onlookers atop Broadway's Ed Sullivan Theater during an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Tommy Thayer of KISS rock and roll all night at Cisco's Ottawa Bluesfest.
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Tallahassee Quarterback Club president Jim Conner laughs off a minor case of identity theft as former Florida State football player Burt Reynolds swaps nameplates to ward off a joke. The two were attending head coach Bobby Bowden's Quarterback Club roast in Tallahassee.
Morgan Freeman shares a word and a hug with Bill Clinton at the Mandela Day Gala Dinner in New York's Grand Central Terminal.
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Olympic swimmer and recently crowned Best Male Athlete Michael Phelps poses backstage with Demi Moore at the 2009 ESPY Awards in L.A.'s Nokia Theatre.
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Musician Wyclef Jean goes airborne at the ESPY Awards, proving the nominees weren't the only ones there with athletic prowess.
Richard O'Barry and Jerry Stiller share a happy moment in New York at a special advance screening of the new documentary film "The Cove."
Well hey there Bono. The U2 frontman gives the camera a good angle during a stop on the "360 Degrees" tour at the Charles Ehrmann stadium in Nice, France.
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Guitarist, songwriter and inventor of the "Ghostbusters" theme Ray Parker Jr. gets down and funky at the Auditorium Stravinski stage during the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.
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All smiles, Madonna attends a party with Italian stylists Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce in Milan where she had performed earlier that night as part of her Sticky and Sweet tour.
Life in a box takes on new meaning for David Arquette who has pledged to sit in a plexiglass container to raise $250,000 for Feeding America, the nation's largest domestic hunger relief charity. Here, he shouts to the crowd from atop the Madison Square Garden marquee and has said that he'll occupy the box for two days, eight hours each day.
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Nothing's more American than Sheryl Crow and baseball as the singer signs autographs before the MLB All-Star game in St. Louis.
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Chris Daughtry, left, and Josh Paul of the band Daughtry, perform on the plaza for NBC's "Today Show."
All in the family, the Jonas Brothers perform at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.
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Actress Shar Jackson and her daughter attend "The House That Jack Built" film premiere at the ArcLight Hollywood in Hollywood, Calif.
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You can never leave "The Sopranos" family and frankly, who would want to with fun guys Tony Sirico, James Gandolfini and Vincent Pastore all attending the afterparty for the preview screening of Gandolfini's "In The Loop" at Scuderia in New York City.
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Slinky "X-Men" star Famke Janssen also takes in the "In The Loop" premiere in New York.
Having the time of his life, David Cook performs before the home run derby during MLB's All-Star festivities at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Mo.
Jeremy Piven, Ed Helms and Jordana Spiro get down and dirty before the screening of Piven's "The Goods: Live Hard. Sell Hard" in Nashville.
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Singer Cassie attends the Louis Vuitton celebration commemorating the 40th anniversary of the lunar landing at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
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Jeffery Wright, left, and Benjamin Jealous, President and CEO of the NAACP, help to announce a "rapid response system" that lets people use their cell phones to report incidents of police misconduct. The press conference was part of the 100th annual NAACP convention in New York.
Scarlett Johansson appears in Madrid as the new face for the European brand Mango.
Rodney Atkins performs at the Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes near Ft. Loramie, Ohio.
Big Boi, one half of the rap duo OutKast, plays a set at the 2009 edition of the Rock the Bells tour at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md.
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Nelly gets a congratulatory high-five from teammate and former St. Louis Cardinal Lee Smith after making a sweet catch in the All-Star Legends & Celebrity softball game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
No emergency here. Just "24" actress Annie Wersching trotting onto the field during the All-Star Legends & Celebrity softball game.
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Antonio Banderas chats up former tennis player Manolo Santana during a Davis Cup quarter-finals match in Marbella, Spain.
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Ernest Borgnine and his wife, Tova, land starring roles as the centerpiece of the Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee.
Keisha Cole enjoys a moment of "hakuna matata" backstage with actors Tshidi Manaya and Ta'rea Campbell of Broadway's "The Lion King," at New York's Minskoff Theatre.
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Pharrell Williams of N.E.R.D. displays a big ol' frowny face during the Open Air Frauenfeld music festival in Switzerland.
Lindsay Lohan and designer Dani Stahl go for some fun and sun at the Lia Sophia Clam Bake in Malibu.
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Jimmy Fallon dares to sit in the way of oncoming race car traffic as he officially starts the NASCAR LifeLock.com 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill.
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Korn frontman Jonathan Davis rocks the Exit Festival in the northern Serbian town of Novi Sad.
As always, Grace Jones opts for subtlety during a performance on the Miles Davis stage at the 43rd Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.
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Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia swaps jokes with Bill Cosby prior to a game at Boston's Fenway Park.
Joe Jackson proudly receives a plaque from Mayor Rudy Clay during a memorial service for Michael Jackson in the entertainer's hometown of Gary, Ind.
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