''Pleasantville,'' Men of the Year Awards, and more are happening this week


Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire will attend the L.A. premiere of Pleasantville, about two teens getting sucked into a TV show. Too bad it’s South Park.

Swingers hit the links at VH1’s Fairway to Heaven golf tourney/charity event in Las Vegas. Expected to tee off are Chris O’Donnell, Edward Burns, Greg Kinnear, Samuel L. Jackson, and Lisa Loeb.



Presenters Madonna, Cameron Diaz, and Whitney Houston join host Dennis Miller for GQ’s Men of the Year Awards in N.Y., where 16 men will be honored for achievements in entertainment.


Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, Tom Hanks, Celine Dion, and the rest of Hollywood turn out for the Carousel of Hope benefit for juvenile diabetes at the Beverly Hilton. Next door: a paparazzi convention.

Ellen DeGeneres goes back into the closet — she hosts the VH1 Fashion Awards in N.Y.’s Madison Square Garden.




The Dave Matthews Band begins a 26-city tour without-a-title in San Diego. Clearly, names are not a strong suit for the man.


Girls just wanna raise funds for AIDS research. Cyndi Lauper performs at AmFAR’s 11th Annual Halloween Masquerade at New York City’s La Belle Epoque.

In Toronto, Alanis Morissette winds up a 12-city mini-tour to launch her new album, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (out in stores Nov. 3).


The perpetually touring Bob Dylan hits New York City and performs at Madison Square Garden with Joni Mitchell, marking a historic joint concert by the two ’60s legends in the Big Apple.