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Chicago – Carrie Bradshaw finally has her own shoe line. Sarah Jessica Parker – the actress who portrayed the footwear obsessed Carrie through six TV seasons and two movies with “Sex and the City” – has launched her own line of shoes. She introduced her “Sjp Collection” in Chicago at Nordstrom Michigan Avenue on March 7th.
Sarah Jessica Parker posed for HollywoodChicago.com photographer Joe Arce before greeting fans and autographing both her shoes and shoe boxes, from a line stretching out of the store through the entire North Bridge Mall.
Sarah Jessica Parker at Nordstrom Michigan Avenue in Chicago, March 7th, 2014
Photo credit: Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com
By Patrick McDONALDSenior Staff WriterHollywoodChicago.email@example.com
© 2014 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Please welcome back Rebekah Gregory! Rebekah and her fiancé, Pete Dimartino, will wed in Asheville, N.C., on April 4 in TheKnot.com's Dream Wedding. The two had been dating just over a year when they were both injured in the April 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. In the midst of their recovery, Pete, 29, proposed, and the rest is becoming history. In the weeks leading up to her wedding, Rebekah, 26, is blogging for People.com about her recovery, her relationship and the wedding planning process. Follow her on Twitter @rebekahmgregory and visit her Facebook inspiration page.Many people have called our story one of hope, »
It's not exactly clear whether HBO ever intended to create a comedy brand wrapped around super creative, not very popular niche shows. It's probably more likely that it wanted two or four other shows in the vein of Sex and the City -- or even Entourage. Hell, at this point, it might even go for another Curb Your Enthusiasm (or, barring that, just a firm commitment from Larry David to make another season of Curb). But reputations firm up over time by repetition and expectations. HBO is no stranger to shows like Bored to Death, Family Tree, Flight of the Conchords,
- Tim Goodman
[Semi-spoilers if you haven't seen the True Detective finale. *shakes fist at HBO Go*]
Did Errol Childress — the sister-groping serial murderer whose reign of terror was finally foiled on Sunday night’s True Detective — look weirdly familiar to you? If so, you probably recognized actor Glenn Fleshler from Boardwalk Empire (he played bootlegger George Remus) or Damages (as Detective Milton Trammell).
What you may not realize, however, is that those two shows were hardly Fleshler’s first brush with prestige cable TV. Check out the bottom of his IMDb profile, and you’ll find that way back in 1998, he made one of his very first onscreen appearances in the very first season of Sex and the City — as Shmuel, »
- Hillary Busis
Relative newcomer Michael Lannan and acclaimed director Andrew Haigh ("Weekend") have created a remarkable new series with "Looking" that just wrapped up its first season Sunday night. Already picked up by HBO for another season, the show centers on Patrick (Jonathan Groff), a somewhat naive video game developer in San Francisco on the cusp of turning 30 and finally coming into his own. He's surrounded by two friends who have some issues of their own; Dom (Murray Bartlett) and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez). The series premiered to strong critical reviews in January, but received some surprising criticism from gay journalists for it's focus on one specific part of the community. Groff says in a separate interview with HitFix that they were all prepared for this because of the hype surrounding the show that it was going to be the gay "Sex and the City" or the gay "Girls." And this was before it even began filming. »
- Gregory Ellwood
Leary plays Johnny Rock, an aging rocker who ruined his dreams of being rich and famous as the lead singer of New York’s legendary early 1990s band The Heathens. Twenty-five years after breaking the band up on the same day their first and only record was released, Johnny, now a broke bartender, »
- Jake Perlman
Sarah Jessica Parker may just be the most revered style icon out there, thanks to her iconic role as Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City. So when we caught wind that the fashionista was designing a fabulous shoe and accessory collection of her own (in conjunction with Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus III) available at Nordstrom, we certainly had to get the full scoop. Just in time for spring, the actress unveiled her cool collection of pretty pumps, strappy sandals and more at the department store in L.A., and we scored some insight from the star herself about the concept. "There's decades and decades and decades of incredible imagery that you probably have in your head that's meaningful to »
Parenthood's John Corbett is returning to FX. More than 10 years after he starred in the cable network's Lucky, the Parenthood and Sex and the City alum has booked the co-starring role in the network's Denis Leary comedy pilot Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Written, produced and starring Leary, the comedy centers on Johnny Rock (Leary), a middle-aged rock 'n' roller who desperately wanted to be rich and famous. So far, he's 0-for-2. As the talented lead singer of New York's legendary early 1990s band The Heathens, Johnny was on his way to the cover
- Lesley Goldberg
Speaking on This Morning yesterday (March 6), the 49-year-old said that she felt the story remains "unfinished".
The actress - who is due to appear in the West End adaptation of Fatal Attraction - said it was always a "big struggle" for four women over 40 to lead the franchise.
"Would I do another? Of course! We'd be thrilled if there was another," the actress explained. "I think in our hearts - actually I shouldn't speak for all of us - but I feel like it's unfinished. I feel that way, and I don't know if I would feel that way if the fans weren't supportive.
"But maybe because everyone talks to me every day about it, it still feels so relevant in some way... so it feels unfinished a little bit. »
Among the many delights of "True Detective," which concludes its first season on Sunday night, has been the show's creepy, evocative opening credits sequence, which juxtaposes mundane imagery with the sort of dark symbols of sex and violence that Rust Cohle and Marty Hart deal with every day. That title sequence continues a long tradition at HBO going all the way back to "Oz" (which had the show's creator Tom Fontana getting tattooed with the show's logo, interspersed with jarring prison imagery), "Sex and the City" (Carrie Bradshaw's fairy princess moment is ruined by a passing bus), "The Sopranos" (Tony takes the long, geographically illogical drive from Manhattan to his suburban Jersey home) and "Six Feet Under" (haunting images of our fragile mortality). Not every HBO show has been great, but you can usually count on them to have a notable opening; "How to Make It In America" was about »
- Alan Sepinwall
If fashion is a religion, Runway is its bible - and the magazine's editor Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) is its fearsome god. For an aspiring journalist like Andy (Anne Hathaway), landing a job as Miranda's personal assistant can open countless doors… But while she can defend becoming a slave to fashion, is she ready to sell her soul? Based on Lauren Weisberger's bestselling tale of bitchiness and backstabbing, this glossy satire comes with stiletto-sharp humour and plenty of Sex And The City appeal. »
What would Carrie say? Sarah Jessica Parker tried out farmer-chic on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 5 in fitted, cropped denim overalls, which she paired with Fawn high heels from her Sjp by Sarah Jessica Parker collection for Nordstrom. Admittedly, Parker's Sex and the City character would probably embrace her denim duds (after all, she did wear a tutu around Manhattan), but we just can't get behind the fact that they're overalls. And, yes, some celebs like Julianne Hough and Keira Knightley have embraced the comeback trend -- [...] »
Everyone keeps asking Sarah Jessica Parker about a third Sex and the City movie. And as Ms. Carrie Bradshaw explained to Ellen DeGeneres, "The truth of the matter is, there has been no real conversation about a third movie—at all." "I know there's a story," Sjp clarified, adding jokingly, "whether or not that story is ever told remains truly one of the great mysteries of all time." "People really wanna know," if we'll see the Satc ladies on the big screen again, Ellen pointed out, but even though Sjp didn't have a solid answer to that question, she was still thrilled to have her on the show. And, understandably, Sarah Jessica was happy to be out in sunny »
Cooking Channel invites you to be saved by the dinner bell with a new special starring Tiffani Thiessen airing Sunday, March 23 at 8 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pt. The “Saved by the Bell” and “Beverly Hills, 90210″ grad will throw an intimate party — with just a few guests and Cooking Channel's cameras — for the special, “Dinner at Tiffani's.” Produced by H2R Productions, the special will give viewers a look at both her culinary skills and entertaining skills with guests Lindsay Price (“Beverly Hills, 90210″), Willie Garson (“Sex and the City”) and Nathan Fillion (“Castle”). See video: ‘Saved by the Bell’ Star Tiffani Thiessen. »
- Jethro Nededog
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker visits "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday (March 5), where naturally host Ellen DeGeneres has to ask about a third "Sex and the City" movie -- to wild applause from the audience.
"I've been trying to make up interesting answers every time I've been asked this question lately, and the truth of the matter is, there has been no real conversation about a third movie at all," says Parker. "I know there is a story, but whether or not that story is ever told remains truly one of the great mysteries of all time."
The first two "Sex and the City" movies combined to earn nearly $250 million at the box office, so that's not the issue. But getting all four leads back could prove tricky, as they have mixed feelings about revisiting their HBO series characters.
What do you think, fans? Are you dying »
The 49-year-old actress said that the show made heels look like a necessity, the Daily Express reported.
Davis explained that the heels were beautiful and essential for the characters, but it became a bigger picture, where it seemed that women should be wearing them every day.
Davis added that she "hardly ever wears heels now". (Ani) »
- Meeta Kabra
Before sky-rocketing to fame, some of this year's Oscar nominees had very humble beginnings!While Matthew McConaughey has starred in some stinkers ("Texas Chainsaw Massacre: Next Generation" anyone?), this is by far our favorite of his early roles.Back in the day, the actor appeared in a re-enactment on "Unsolved Mysteries" ... and, of course, he was shirtless:Amy Adams played the ditzy, promiscuous pageant contestant Leslie, in the in 1999 film "Drop Dead Gorgeous" ... a film that we actually love. Click the link below to see this red-hot "American Hustle" star in her debut film role: Did you know that before he was a big-time movie star, Leonardo DiCaprio guest-starred as the character Glen in 1980’s TV show, "The New Lassie?" See the "Wolf of Wall Street" in one of his earliest roles at the 2:00 mark: Before becoming an Oscar-nominated actor, Christian Bale played Jim Hawkins in the made-for-tv movie, »
- tooFab Staff
"I think so much reality television -- and the women that dominate culture today -- are pretty unfriendly towards one another," she says. "They use language that's really objectionable and cruel and not supportive. I like to remember that Carrie and the other woman in 'Sex and the City' were really nice to each other."
While that stance can certainly be debated, it's hard to deny that Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda were anything but the best of friends. Sjp says that's why everyone liked -- and still likes -- Carrie so much.
"She was a really good friend," Parker says. "That's why they can forgive those very apparent flaws and selfishnesses. She was a deeply devoted friend, and I think women »
Legitimately hilarious television is always cause for celebration. So legitimately hilarious television that also tackles social norms and gender expectations like a drunken linebacker is downright parade-worthy. Gentlemen, cue up your remotes and have the ticker-tape at the ready.
Chronicling the urban exploits of twentysomething disasters Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer (or at least their alter-egos… we hope), Broad City is edgy, gently surreal, and extremely f*cking funny. Hot on the heels of the exciting news that Comedy Central has just renewed this freshman comedy for another season, let’s take a look at the reasons why it deserves not just a try, but a season pass on your DVR.
1. It’s Sex and the City for Normal People
Okay, maybe “normal” is stretching it a bit – how about “people who don’t live in impossibly fabulous apartments, aren’t walking Madame Tussaud’s figures swathed in couture fashion »
- Brian Juergens
Somewhere in the world, Carrie Bradshaw is shaking her head. Sex and the City's beloved leading lady Sarah Jessica Parker, who covers British Harper's Bazaar's April 2014 issue, believes Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha were part of "a more innocent time." "I think so much reality television -- and the women that dominate culture today -- are pretty unfriendly towards one another," the 48-year-old star, perhaps nodding at the Real Housewives franchise and other reality hits, told the fashion mag. "They use language that's really objectionable and [...] »
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