'Ocean's' in motion


The star-studded train that is Warner Bros. Pictures' "Ocean's 13" made its first North American stop in Los Angeles Tuesday night at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

On a closed-down Hollywood Boulevard, hundreds of fans screamed from bleachers at the sight of George Clooney, Matt Damon and Al Pacino, but shrieks hit new decibel highs when photographers pounced on Brad Pitt arriving with Angelina Jolie.

Guests made their way past 30 gleaming limos to the afterparty held in a nearby parking lot made up in elegant East meets Vegas-style, complete with contortionists and Chinese dragons.

"This particular series of movies is pure entertainment," said producer Jerry Weintraub during a dazzling fireworks display in the sky above Hollywood. The actors keep coming to this film series because, Weintraub added, "they love to be with each other -- they have a good time."

Asked if that means there will be a fourth "Ocean's" movie, he replied, "I have no idea. I really don't. Let us open this one first."