Seven days in entertainment -- The biggest events from last week including the premiere of ''Run Fat Boy Run,'' Jay-Z on tour, and more

It was a week for jumping right in and getting to work, wherever it had to happen. Ashton Kutcher splashed around a swimming pool on the set of his new movie. Craig Bierko drew a bath — yes, a bath — for John Malkovich. And Jay-Z, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and David Schwimmer all stayed dry while they soaked up a busy slate of concerts, panels, and screenings.

Call Waiting
In an exclusive peek at D.J. Caruso’s Sept. 26 thriller Eagle Eye, a slacker (Shia LaBeouf) and a single mom (Michelle Monaghan) come together after a stranger blackmails them. ”They’re involved in a big conspiracy,” says executive producer Alex Kurtzman. ”It’ll keep you guessing till the last frame.”

The One Where Ross Directed
Four years after saying goodbye to his Friends, David Schwimmer arrives at a March 20 screening of his feature directorial debut, Run Fat Boy Run, in Manhattan. He’s joined by Fat Boy star Thandie Newton, a strangely placed scarf, and a lot of facial hair.

Web Obsession of the Week
Rub-a-dub-dub, there’s a two-time Oscar nominee in your tub! Craig Bierko (Fox’s Unhitched) has launched a new Web talk show in which he interviews and bathes with celebrities, like John Malkovich. Lathering Malkovich with a sponge, Bierko grills him on hot topics like Portugal and McDonald’s. And if it all sounds ridiculously awkward to you, well, that’s because it is. (

Jay-Z Does It
Jay-Z brings the heat to Miami’s American Airlines Arena on the first night of his Heart of the City tour, co-headlined by Mary J. Blige. Fellow rappers Young Jeezy and Kanye West roused the crowd with surprise performances.

Power Slayer
Sarah Michelle Gellar arrives for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer panel at the Paley Center’s Television Festival on March 20 in L.A., where she reunited with costars Seth Green, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Nicholas Brendon.

Adult Swim
Ashton Kutcher and costar Margarita Levieva take a dip on the set of the upcoming romantic comedy Spread, a tale about a womanizer and his thwarted lover.

Run Fat Boy Run
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