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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Kevin Costner is alive and well and living in denial

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Who says there are no real movie stars in Hollywood today? Because it’s true. Here’s sixtysomething Kevin Costner, with trophy wife Christine at the premiere of his new movie Draft Day in Los Angeles. Dude, we can take the bronzer and hair transplants, but even when white pants were in they weren't in

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No less unstylish was Costner’s Draft Day co-star Terry Crews and wife Rebecca, who simply must stop buying their clothes on the Home Shopping Network

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Also in Draft Day: Oscar-winner Ellen Burstyn, who, judging by this getup, was either seriously inspired or deeply damaged by those bedroom scenes in The Exorcist

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Jennifer Garner looked pretty fine for a mother of three, but completely spoiled the effect by posing with Eeyore on the Draft Day red carpet

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And of all people, it took Mike Tyson to show everyone how you dress up for a Hollywood movie premiere: Wearing a camouflage T-shirt and blazer accessorized by a Maori warrior face tattoo. Thanks, Iron Mike!

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Let’s hop across the pond to London, where Andrew Garfield could be found shamelessly shilling his new action movie The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Uh, what were we saying about no real movie stars today?

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To his credit, Garfield wooed the U.K. press and happily posed for pictures with his Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone.

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And then everything got a little creepy when Jamie Foxx offered to demonstrate something called a ‘love sandwich’

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And now on to Los Angeles, where former Seinfeld star Jason Alexander obligingly endured the one-millionth bald joke of his career at the opening night of the Indian Film Festival

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Also at the Indian Film Festival were brother-sister act David Arquette and Rosanna Arquette, this generation’s version of Peter and Jane Fonda, except the former actually acted in movies.

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Meanwhile in Munich, Cameron Diaz wore a shimmery gold mini-dress to the premiere of The Other Woman, just in case any Aztecs were in attendance

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And did Cameron pose and pretend to like her Other Woman co-stars Leslie Mann and Kate Upton? Hey, when in Germany...

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And to curry favour with the locals, Ms. Diaz even belted out a few bars from Wagner’s operatic cycle Der Ring des Niebelungen.

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In random celebrity happenings, actress Jamie Lynn Sigler earned a few bucks in between Sopranos residuals by pushing a farm-themed video game in New York. Paulie Walnuts would not approve

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In Beverly Hills, David Hasselhoff hosted an event to launch his new brand of enormous David Hasselhoff bobbleheads

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In New York, Kristen Wiig wore an outfit that seemed more fitting for the addle-minded character she played in Anchorman 2

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And elsewhere in the Big Apple, Winona Ryder made a rare appearance at a movie screening to pose against a big grass wall and test her newfound hypnotic abilities that enable her to take whatever item she wants from a store without paying for it

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Can you feel your will slowly being sapped from you? Are you ready to surrender to the numbing power of Ryder-Vision?

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Watch out, Johnny Depp. … She’s coming for you!

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