Both of these two had plenty of their own fame, though Julia Roberts’s fame was already in full swing, and Kiefer Sutherland would need a little bit of time before “24” took off and took him with it. Still, they are spotted together, walking into Sandy Gallin’s fiftieth birthday party.
Sutherland knows one of the rules of attending a party – bring something with you. And no, we’re not just talking about the woman who is holding his hand. In his other hand, he’s carrying what is either a six-pack of beer or a four-pack of fancy wine bottles. Say what you will about him, but he’s a gracious guest!
Everybody Likes Roller Coasters
If you were a kid, you might have gone to an amusement park for your birthday, or some other kind of special event. This picture just proves that celebrities are big kids at heart. While attending Demi Moore's thirtieth birthday party at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, a picture was taken of a couple of big names.
Closest to us is actor Bruce Willis, and next to him is fellow action star Sylvester Stallone. On Stallone's other side is his then-partner, Danish actress and supermodel Brigitte Nelson. There's some guy to her left who looks a little shell-shocked if you ask us.
It's From 1992. No, Really
Who is this fabulously-dressed man, and when in the seventies was this picture taken? Well, he's Ian Ziering, best known as Steve Sanders on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Of course, you probably know him as the voice of Vinnie on “Biker Mice from Mars.” And, believe it or not, this picture was taken in 1992, just a few years after “Beverly Hills, 90210” hit television screens.
He's getting his groove on at the MTV Rock N' Jock Basketball Jam Benefit, but it doesn't look like anyone else is interested in dancing with him. We'll dance with you, Ian. Just give us the time and place.
It's Not That Old of a Photo, We Swear
So who are these two fogies that we see before us? Well, it's Richard Gere on the left and supermodel Cindy Crawford on the right. Were they in a movie together? No, we don't think so. It's possible, but it's not where this picture came from. It's from one of those swanky soirees that famous people get to attend just because they're famous, and this one was a “Cinema Paradiso” party in 1990.
A year later, the two got married, which lasted about five years. Both Crawford and Gere were big at the time – bigger than now, at least – and the colorless aspect of this picture makes it look even older than the thirty-plus years it is.
I'll Wrap You Up
Here we have the wonderful Hugh Grant wrapping up Emma Thompson at a wrap party for their movie “The Remains of the Day,” which starred Thompson. Grant might have had a more minor part, but he was in it all the same, and the way he's looking ahead makes it seem like he knows how good his career is going to turn out.
That's not to say Thompson wasn't right there with him – she's one of the most lauded women in acting history. She has won awards aplenty and was even married to the famous Sir Kenneth Branagh for a time.