cityfile · 08/24/09 08:43AM

Marisa Tomei sitting on a bike with boyfriend Logan Marshall-Green in SoHo ... Heather Mills walking home after a visit to the hair salon ... Drew Barrymore leaving Gemma after lunch ... Ali Lohan walking in NoHo with a male friend ... Kirsten Dunst hanging out with younger brother Christian in SoHo ... Rihanna arriving at a recording studio downtown ... Carolina Herrera eating a late dinner at Elio's last night ... Britney Spears taking her sons Sean and Jayden to see The Little Mermaid on Broadway ... Sophia Bush leaving Pop Yogurt in SoHo with boyfriend Austin Nichols ... Hugh Jackman walking with his daughter along the Hudson River ... Lindsay Lohan leaving the Bowery Hotel in the back seat of an SUV ... ... Amanda Seyfried eating ice cream on Houston Street .... and Frances Bean Cobain walking with friends on on 14th Street.


cityfile · 08/19/09 07:59AM

Lindsay Lohan buying a bottle of water downtown ... Mary-Kate Olsen leaving a yoga class in SoHo ... Christina Applegate arriving at ABC studios in Midtown ... Sienna Miller shopping at Williams-Sonoma in SoHo ... Mark McGrath walking downtown ... Renee Zellweger getting in an SUV after an appearance on Good Morning America ... Liev Schreiber carrying his bike into his apartment in NoHo ... Amanda Seyfried shooting scenes for Letters to Juliet in Bryant Park ... Nikki Sixx leaving his hotel ... Blake Lively hailing a cab, and later talking to Sebastian Stan on a Gossip Girl shoot at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens ... Viola Davis walking in Tribeca ... and Whitney Port going grocery shopping at the Citarella in SoHo.

It's Okay, Sweetie. Not Everybody Is Going To See Batman This Weekend

Douglas Reinhardt · 07/17/08 12:00PM

At an afterparty for a screening of Mamma Mia!, Pierce Brosnan consoled his co-star Amanda Seyfried and her anxiety about the film's opening. Seyfried was worried that nobody was going to watch their movie this weekend, because she assumed all movie goers would see The Dark Knight over and over again. Brosnan assured Seyfried that there'll be an audience for the film, taking time to explain to her about the concept of alternative programming. Brosnan said, "When The Dark Knight is sold out, which it's going to be, what else are people going to watch? That's where our movie comes in. We're going to be just fine, champ."