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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are pretty much known as the couple of New York City, but we're equally as obsessed with their adorable children. The two, who have been married for more than 20 years, are parents to 14-year-old son James Wilkie and 7-year-old twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta. While they usually shy away from posting about their kids on social media, they have been known to hit the red carpet as a family on numerous occasions. Whether they're attending a Harry Potter premiere or celebrating their shared love of Broadway, we can't get enough of this family of five. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Sarah Jessica Parker may be best known for her role as perennial city girl Carrie Bradshaw, but there's something else in her life that has stood the test of time: her marriage to fellow actor Matthew Broderick. Their love story reads like a Woody Allen movie: Sarah Jessica and Matthew met in 1991 after being introduced at a theater company by one of Sarah Jessica's brothers. They tied the knot in 1997 with a civil ceremony on Manhattan's Lower East Side - she famously wore a black wedding gown! - and have since become parents to son James Wilkie and twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta. They're not just one of Hollywood's longest-running celebrity couples, though - Matthew and Sjp are also widely recognized as famous figures in the Big Apple. They live in the West Village, champion important causes like arts education and music programs, and support the NYC Ballet and Unicef. »
- Brittney Stephens
The couple celebrated 20 years of marriage on Friday and the Divorce star took to Instagram with a throwback photo to mark the occasion.
“Monday May 19th, 1997,” she wrote in the caption of a photo featuring herself and Broderick. “It flew by Baby. Good golly I love you. XXX, Your wife.”
The two share three kids together, James Wilkie, 14, and twin daughters, Loretta and Tabitha, 7.
The couple keep their relationship strong with date nights, as well as spending time with their kids, such as when they took them to see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway. »
- Alexia Fernandez
Time really flies! Sarah Jessica Parker took to Instagram on Friday to wish husband Matthew Broderick a happy 20 (yep!) years of marriage. Exclusive: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Dish On Marriage Secrets and ‘Divorce’ “Monday May 19th, 1997. It flew by Baby. Good golly I love you. XXX, Your wife,” the 52-year-old actress […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Time really flies!
"Monday May 19th, 1997. It flew by Baby. Good golly I love you. XXX, Your wife," the 52-year-old actress captioned the sweet wedding pic.
What a 20 years it has been!
The couple opened up to Et last year about how they keep their long love strong.
“Listen to her. You know, that helps,” Broderick told Et about what being a good husband entails. “Give her a little present every now and then. Just be kind to her.”
Sounds like some very sound advice, and clearly it's worked! Happy anniversary!
Watch the video below to see the two lovebirds sneakily ride on the NYC subway.
Dennis Quaid is coming to FX. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Fortitude star will play George W. Bush in season two of American Crime Story.The upcoming season of the anthology drama will chronicle the events surrounding Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. The cast also includes Matthew Broderick and Annette Bening.Read More… »
Image Source: FX If you got sucked into the crazy world of American Crime Story last year, we have good news. The show has already lined up quite a few stories for future seasons. In addition to plenty of season two details, we already know season three will focus on the Versace murder, and season four will hone in on the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal. (And before you ask, we've already got some dream casting for the latter.) Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, though, let's dial it back to season one's follow-up. Where will we be going after the O.J. Simpson case? We've scrounged up all the details we could find, and we've got good news and bad news. 1. The Story The second season of American Crime Story will focus on Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath of its devastation in New Orleans. "We just started the writers' room »
- Ryan Roschke
Katrina: American Crime Story, the second instalment of the anthology series, has found its President. Actor Dennis Quaid has been cast as former President George W. Bush in the second season of Ryan Murphy and FX’s breakout show.
The season will follow the events leading up to and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the devastation it left behind in Louisiana, particularly New Orleans. President Bush and many other government officials were heavily criticized for their handling of the situation. Quiad will be joining Matthew Broderick and Annette Bening for Katrina. Broderick will portray Fema director Michael Brown and Bening Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco.
The first season of American Crime Story was centered around the infamous O.J. Simpson trial in the murder of his ex-wife. The People v. O.J. Simpson was a critical hit and went on to gain 22 nominations at the Emmy Awards, winning nine of them. A »
- Ricky Church
Hail to the Quaid!
Dennis Quaid has signed on to play President George W. Bush in FX’s Katrina: American Crime Story, the second season of Ryan Murphy’s Emmy-winning true-crime anthology. A follow-up to last year’s acclaimed The People v. O.J. Simpson, Katrina will focus on the devastation that followed when Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans in 2005 — and the controversial handling of the aftermath by Bush’s administration.
Dennis Quaid will play George W. Bush in FX’s “Katrina: American Crime Story.” The “A Dog’s Purpose” actor joins a big-name cast that includes Matthew Broderick as Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) director Michael D. Brown and Annette Bening as Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco. Bush, the 43rd U.S. president, faced criticism for his handling of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation in 2005. Also Read: 24 Old, Angry Trump Tweets that Sound Like He's Mad at Himself This is the second season in executive producer Ryan Murphy’s heralded anthology series that hails from Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions. The first season, »
- Ryan Gajewski
The second installment of Ryan Murphy’s new anthology series will focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Bush was President during the disaster and was widely criticized for the government’s response. He was previously portrayed by Josh Brolin in the Oliver Stone film “W.” Quaid joins previously announced cast members Annette Bening, Matthew Broderick, and Sarah Paulson.
Quaid is a well-known star of both film and television. He has appeared in movies such as “The Day After Tomorrow,” “The Alamo,” and “Frequency.” He also previously played President Bill Clinton in the TV movie “The Special Relationship” and the fictional President Stanton in “American Dreamz.” He has also starred in the television series “Vegas,” “The Art of More,” and “Fortitude.” He is repped by Wme and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman »
- Joe Otterson
Dennis Quaid will play the part of the former president in the Ryan Murphy limited series. He joins a cast that already includes Matthew Broderick as Federal Emergency Management Agency director Michael D. Brown and Annette Bening as Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco.
Quaid will portray the 43rd president of the United States at a time when he was criticized in the media for his handling of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
- Bryn Elise Sandberg
American Crime Story fans, meet your new George W. Bush. E! News can confirm that Dennis Quaid has landed the role of our 43rd president in the upcoming second installment of Ryan Murphy's critically acclaimed anthology series, focusing on 2005's Hurricane Katrina and its devastating aftermath. President Bush's handling of the crisis in New Orleans following the natural disaster was widely criticized and remains a blemish on his legacy. No further details about Quaid's involvement in the series, including episode count, are available at this time. EW first reported the news. Quaid joins an all-star roster that also includes Matthew Broderick and Annette Bening. Broderick will star as Federal »
You might remember the actor Charlie Schlatter. He had an awesome 80s run in movies and hit his peak when he got a starring role in the film 18 Again alongside George Burns. Schlatter always had a baby face and at the age of 25 was selected to play Ferris Bueller in a TV series based on the 80s comedy starring Matthew Broderick. What you probably didn’t realize is that one of the stars on the show was also Jennifer Aniston. Even better? None other than Richard Riehle played principal Rooney. In case you aren’t placing Richard Riehle, he’s the
- Nat Berman
Diane Keaton loves on-screen kisses!
"It's the best. Quite frankly it doesn't get better than on-screen romance," the 71-year-old actress explained during an appearance on an upcoming episode of BBC America's The Graham Norton Show. "Because, frankly, think of all the men you get to kiss and you don't pay the price. In other words, you don’t actually have to have a relationship!"
She makes a good point.
"There's nothing better than kissing a man in a movie," Keaton added. "People say it's difficult but the're wrong. They're dead wrong."
The Annie Hall actress, who was on the British talk show to promote her upcoming movie, Hampstead, went on to demonstrate just how much she loves screen kisses by doling out a few smooches to her fellow celebrity guests, Jessica Chastain and Kevin Bacon!
"Can I just »
Let’s all pray there are no addiction demons in this one.
Greenfield later shared the news via Twitter.
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No word yet on who Greenfield will play. Fans of American Horror Story will recall that the actor showed up in anthology series’ Hotel season as Gabriel, a drug addict who was raped by the horrifying Addiction Demon while at the Cortez.
The 10-episode FX drama centers »
“Katrina” tells the story of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans in August 2005, and the botched federal response to the disaster, which claimed over 1,200 lives and caused more than $100 billion in damage.
Annette Bening and Matthew Broderick were the first cast members announced for the new show in February. Bening will play then-Louisiana governor Kathleen Bianco, and Broderick will play Michael Brown, former head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who was heavily criticized for the agency’s slow and fumbling response.
Other cast members have yet to be announced, though showrunner Ryan Murphy has said that Sarah Paulson, who won Emmy and Golden Globe awards for her role as prosecutor Marcia Clark in “The People vs. O.J. Simpson,” would appear in the new series.
- Robert Mitchell
You may be of the opinion that no one will ever be able to top the one-two punch of Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Matthew Broderick as Young and Adult Simba, but you might be wrong. Sure, the original 1994 animated film starred Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Lane, and Jeremy Irons, but Disney's upcoming reboot is shaping up to be quite impressive. Four big roles have already been filled, and Beyoncé is the top choice to play Nala. (I'd like to believe Beyoncé is the top choice for most every role in Hollywood, and it's just up to whether she wants it or not.) For now, check out the actors who have signed on so far, and check out all the details. »
- Maggie Pehanick
The gorgeous family was all smiles as they posed together at opening night of the Broadway musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Making their red carpet debut, 7-year-old twins Tabitha and Marion were pretty in pink, sporting super stylish coats that would have made their mom’s fashion-savvy Sex and the City alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw, proud!
As for the couple’s 14-year-old son, James, the handsome teen was looking dapper in a plaid, gray-and-white shirt and black tie. It’s hard to believe the youngster will be 15 in June -- what a stunner, already!
Parker, meanwhile, opted for a floral black dress, while Broderick wore a slick navy suit.
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The family of five headed to the opening night of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Broadway in New York City on Sunday. The rare public outing saw all three children — 14-year-old son James Wilkie and 7½-year-old twins Loretta and Tabitha — hitting the red carpet with their famous parents.
The twins looked sweet in coordinating pink coats, while their brother wore a tie for the occasion. Their ultra-fashionable mother opted for a floral-print dress, paired with a bright-green blazer and matching heels.
The Sex and the City actress, »
- Stephanie Petit
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