'Harry Potter' actress Emma Watson arriving on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on April 12, 2013.
Former "Desperate Housewives" star Marcia Cross takes her Apple MacBook to the salon on April 11, 2013 in Santa Monica, California.
Actress Vivica A Fox has dinner at a penthouse restaurant in Miami, Florida on April 12, 2013.
Couple Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn arriving on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on April 11, 2013.
'Lincoln' actress Sally Field arriving on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on April 11, 2013.
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka pose for pictures at The Center Dinner 2013 Gala held at Cipriani Wall Street on Thursday (April 11) in New York City.
The 39-year-old actor and his love were special guests at the dinner that evening, which raised money for the LGBT Community Center’s many programs.
“The gang from @sleepnomorenyc created an adventure just for me. 6th Floor 1-on-1 beyond description. Finale: another massive surprise party!” Neil tweeted earlier in the week. “Thanks @sleepnomorenyc, for a true once in a lifetime. More so, thanks to @Davidburtka. He is the most magnificent man in the whole world!” Aw! Sounds fun!!
Treating himself to an enjoyable evening out, Ed Helms headed over to the ArcLight Hollywood Cinemas to catch a flick last night (April 11).
The “Office” star was all by his lonesome as he strolled inside to see the sexy Selena Gomez/Vanessa Hudgens movie “Spring Breakers,” sporting casual attire and a nervous look on his face.
Stepping out for some charity work on the east coast, Uma Thurman was spotted making her way to the New York International Children's Film Festival in NYC on Thursday night (April 11).
The "Kill Bill" actress looked effortlessly elegant in an all-black suit and matching heels as she strutted her stuff past the awaiting photographers.
Once inside, Uma was just one of the many spectators who were eager to catch a screening of "If She Can See It, She Can Be It" in the Scholastic Auditorium.
The moving flick focuses on female media-makers over the past 30 years and why onscreen gender roles remain largely stuck in the past.