Julia Roberts honored

Some of Hollywood's biggest stars turned out Friday night to pay tribute to one of its own - actress Julia Roberts. The Oscar winner declared she was most happy in her roles as wife and mother. "I really am just a girl from a little town in Georgia, who had this giant, absurd dream," said Roberts, who accepted the 22nd annual American Cinematheque Award at a benefit dinner in Beverly Hills. Many of Roberts's current and former co-stars were on hand to offer praise to the 39-year-old mother of three, who arrived on the red carpet in a cinched-waist black Diane von Furstenberg dress. "Everybody loves Julia Roberts. Everybody, everybody, everybody," said Tom Hanks, who stars with her in the upcoming Charlie Wilson's War. The Erin Brockovich star thanked her husband, Danny Moder, for widening her life - and her hips. The ceremony will air on December 5.