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Celebrity Photos of the Week: Yep, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones are still married

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What? Me worry? Elfin ex-Disney star Zac Efron was on top of the world at the L.A. premiere of his new film Neighbors. Here we see “Happy Zac.”

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Here we see “Pensive Zac.”

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Here we have “My Publicist Forgot To Tell Me Which Direction To Look Zac.”

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And here we have … oops, sorry, that’s Dave Franco, brother of James Franco, who is apparently also in Neighbors. At least he paid attention to the grey suit memo.

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So did Canada’s own Seth Rogen, who also wore his best grey bib and tucker, which miraculously matched his new orthopaedic footwear. Who knew the Green Hornet had fallen arches?

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You have to admit, Rogen hasn't had a co-star this dynamic since Knocked Up (although Zac is a tad prettier than Katherine Heigl).

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Elsewhere in Hollywood, former Breaking Bad star Giancarlo Esposito wowed the crowd at the unveiling of his Walk of Fame star by levitating several feet off the ground. Go, Gustavo!

Bob Freeman/Associated Press

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Now let’s jump to New York, where comic actor Jonathan Kite mugged it up at the birthday party for the Internet sensation known as Grumpy Cat. Get him, Grumpy!

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Elsewhere in New York, James Caan attended the Annual Chaplin Award Gala in New York with his on-again, off-again spouse Linda Stokes.

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Not to be outdone, Michael Douglas showed up at the Chaplin gala with his own trophy wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones. Okay, we get it. You two are back together. Stop clogging up the red carpets already.

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And Billy Crystal showed up to the Chaplin gala all by himself because, well, because he’s Billy Crystal.

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In other Big Apple news, the Time 100 gala attracted a dazzling array of big-name stars, including 84-year-old TV veteran Barbara Walters.

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Also at the Time gala was conservative columnist and GOP provocateur Ann Coulter.

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Here we have that rakish bon vivant Ronan Farrow, son of actress Mia Farrow and Woody Allen. How on earth did those rumours that he’s really the biological son of Frank Sinatra ever get started?

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Also at the Time 100 event were Snapchat co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, who wisely reined in their collective glee at becoming fantastically wealthy for developing an app that most kids use to send innappropriate videos to each other. Watch out for karma, lads.

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And wasn’t everyone at the Time gala buzzing about the Grease-Meets-Gravity outfit worn by Martha Stewart. Seriously, is this any way for a 72-year-old domestic diva to dress? Maybe the photo was just taken from a bad angle?

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Nope, I guess not.

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And just to close things off on a high note, here we see Pharrell Williams and one of his now-trademark giant hats at the Time event, but what the heck is that on his chin?

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Aw, it’s a band-aid with teeny-tiny Mickey Mouses on it. Even when Mr. Happy nicks himself shaving, he knows the importance of corporate signage.

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