Get a room!

John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos did it at Disneyland -- and go back every year; Jackie Chan vows to improve.

By Amy Reiter

Published October 8, 2002 4:02PM (EDT)

Sarah Jessica Parker must be getting ready to pop.

Over the weekend, the very pregnant "Sex and the City" star was apparently having one of those impassioned nesting episodes that overwhelm women nearing their due date (hers is in a couple of weeks). In preparation for the big day, Parker, clad in a belly-baring tee (and that's some belly!) and overall shorts, was sweeping up leaves in front of her Greenwich Village home. Her husband, Matthew Broderick, was right there by her side, clutching his own broom.

"It was like American Gothic 'Sex and the City'-style," said one witness, who said he was almost run down by the violently sweeping Parker.

"They were in their own bubble of domesticity," he added. "And they were serious about those leaves."

Next perhaps, they will be cleaning the stoop with toothbrushes.

Parker's also showing trademark signs of irritability. During a visit to the Village's Cafi Doma on Monday, she all but lost it when a fellow coffee-sipper's cellphone rang too loudly for her taste.

"It says right there on the wall, 'No Cell Phones'!" she snapped.

Clearly, mama Jessica will have no problems with discipline.

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Now he tells us

"To show my appreciation I will make better films."

-- Jackie Chan at the unveiling of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Goofy sexcapades

Some people get turned on by romantic walks on the beach, others by quiet dinners for two.

John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos apparently have a thing for mice with big ears.

Shortly after the two met backstage at a runway show, they discovered they both had a deep, meaningful love for all things Disney.

"We had just instant attraction ... literally love at first sight," Romijn-Stamos recalls in the upcoming issue of Jane. But things didn't get really serious until they made their initial pilgrimage to their own personal Mecca, Disneyland.

"That's where we first had sex," the model/actress shares. "Now we go every year for a week. It's bizarre."

Move over, Mikey and Minnie!

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Juicy bits

Who will stay behind to tend to the sick and wounded? Now that nearly all his original "ER" costars have skipped out on the show, Noah Wyle is getting a little wanderlust of his own. He's rather dissatisfied with the story lines he's been given as young, ambitious Dr. John Carter. "There have been a lot of juicier roles on the show," Wyle gripes to TV Guide. But it's more than that. "I think most actors are born with a drop of gypsy blood in that they like to be jacks-of-all-trades but masters of none. And I've been sort of a master of this one trade for a very long time," he says. "So the need to do something different is definitely growing within me." Hope it's benign.

The agony of the ecstasy is over for Jude Law, Sadie Frost and their 2-year-old daughter, Iris. A spokesman for the family told the British press that "no serious harm" was done to the little girl after she ate half an ecstasy tablet she apparently found on the floor at a children's birthday party, which was held over the weekend in a room that had been used as a bar and lounge the night before. Iris has been released from the hospital, where her health was monitored, and her parents are said to feel as if they are "the luckiest parents alive." Wonder if Iris is feeling nearly as fortunate.

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