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[[tmz:video id="0_ewfkvbnj"]] Sarah Jessica Parker's shoe store opening in Washington D.C. could've doubled as a lost scene from "Sex and The City" cuz there were enough heels to rival Carrie Bradshaw's collection. Sarah got to work on her hands and knees at Thursday's opening. Sure, it might've been a little more Al Bundy, since Carrie was always the one buying, but seems like Sjp drove a hard bargain from the customers' reactions on the way out. »
- TMZ Staff
2016 has been the year of the regnant half-hour. We are in the thrall of genre-defying 30-minute episodes, whether they are particularly brilliant broadcast sitcoms or cable and streaming comedies with the heart of independent film and the budget of prestige drama. Some are animated, some are auteur-driven; sometimes these shows boast sitcom joke structure, while others can barely be thought of to be funny at all. But whatever the case, they are all over this list — from premium cable, streaming services, the broadcast networks, and across the pond.
Dramas are a little bit less reliable. Peak television appears to suit nimble shows with a lot of room to adapt; dramas, with their longer runtimes and broader ambitions, are close to floundering. Many of the dramatic hours on my list aren’t even traditional dramas, but anthology series — a format that has stretched our definition of television even as it has proven irresistible to the viewing public.
- Sonia Saraiya
Kim Cattrall’s recent Instagram post will have “Sex and the City” fans wanting for a third sequel more than ever. The 60-year-old actress excited her social media followers on Wednesday when she posted a video as her beloved character from the HBO series-turned-films. “My first Boomerang, Honey! Channeling Ms. Samantha Jones once again,” she captioned […] »
- Jordan Appugliesi
The 60-year-old actress excited her social media followers on Wednesday when she posted a video as her beloved character from the HBO series-turned-films. "My first Boomerang, Honey! Channeling Ms. Samantha Jones once again," she captioned the gif.
Et recently spoke to Cattrall's co-star, Sarah Jessica Parker, about the possibility of a third Satc movie, and she seemed optimistic.
"We have this very long and honored relationship with those women and men that watched our show," the 51-year-old actress, who portrayed Carrie Bradshaw in the series, explained. "We aren't casual about it and we have to know that we are offering up something that is deserving of their time and affection and dollars for tickets. So we consider all those things. That means we »
It’s the dearest hope of every Manolo-wearing, Cosmopolitan-guzzling, serial-dating Sex and the City lover out there that one day, their four favorite ladies will reunite on-screen just one more time.
It’s a dream that’s been stoked by the cast members themselves – many times. They’ll bring our hopes up, and then they’ll come crashing down again. Sarah Jessica Parker will say there’s a chance, and then Chris Noth will say he’s done. Really, it’s like the Big-Carrie saga all over again.
Kristin Davis recently sat down with People Now and said of the franchise, »
Sex and the City’s Charlotte is not ready for the famous four ladies’ adventures to be over!
Actress Kristin Davis sat with People Now to dish about the show’s legacy and how there are stories, she believes, that still need to be unraveled.
“The whole entire ride of Sex and the City has been one surprise after another surprise,” shares the 51-year-old star, who appeared on the HBO series for all six seasons. “We never thought we would really be a hit. We didn’t think we’d win an Emmy, we didn’t think we’d get to make one film, »
"I name you... Hand of the Queen." Dark Horse and HBO Global Licensing's new addition to their line of collectibles is a Hand of the Queen pin made to look like the one Daenerys Targaryen gave Tyrion Lannister last season on Game of Thrones for his excellent job governing Meereen. The three-inch pin is made with zinc alloy and will be available for fans to purchase on December 28th.
Press Release: "Milwaukie, Ore., (Dec. 6, 2016)—Dark Horse and HBO Global Licensing are proud to honor Game of Thrones fans with the newest addition to the partnership’s line of popular collectibles: the Hand of the Queen Pin. After the Second Siege of Meereen, Daenerys Targaryen names Tyrion Lannister as her official Hand of the Queen to honor his loyalty and governance of Meereen during her absence. Daenerys presents Tyrion with a replica of the Hand brooch.
Dark Horse has crafted a »
- Tamika Jones
Sex And The City and White Collar alum Willie Garson is set to co-star in and co-executive produce an hourlong drama that has been set up at NBC. The untitled project (aka The Advocate), from Warner Bros TV, will be written by Alyson Feltes (Netflix’s upcoming Ozark) based on a story by Garson. It centers on an idealistic young former foster child who now works as a paralegal while advocating for those in need from all walks of life. Garson’s character is still being… »
Even though she made her career on stand-up and sketch comedy about how being plastic is in no way fantastic, Amy Schumer is now set to become a real-life Barbie girl. She’s in talks to play the lead in Sony’s upcoming live-action Barbie movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which the trade publication says “will try to take a contemporary spin on beauty, feminism and identity.” The use of “try” in that sentence is passive-aggressive as fuck, but Schumer’s casting indicates that maybe Sony is serious about this whole “subverting the Barbie paradigm” thing, given her reputation as a foul-mouthed feminist rabble rouser.
Schumer and her writing partner/sister—who are also working together on Mother/Daughter, Schumer’s upcoming comedy with Goldie Hawn—are taking a third pass at the script, which was originally written by Sex And The City writer Jenny Bicks before receiving a »
- Katie Rife
After landing a gig as a regular cast member on any of the Real Housewives franchises, one’s career prospects, while strong, are somewhat limited.
You don’t go from throwing a glass of red wine in someone’s eye at a charity fundraiser on national television to, say, Deputy Secretary of Interior, for example. And yet, there are options: Jewelry designer. Workout video instructor. Vaginal rejuvenation expert.
Perhaps the most common and natural next step, however, is cookbook author — or, the more all-encompassing term, lifestyle guru. It should be no surprise, then, that when you search “*insert any Housewife’s name* cooking” on YouTube, »
- Shay Spence
Beginning today, HBO and sister net Cinemax will offer subscriptions through Amazon Prime for $14.99 and $9.99 per month, respectively.
Similar to the standalone HBO Now streaming service, a subscription to the premium cable network via Amazon will allow viewers to watch the newest episodes of all current HBO programming — including Girls, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, Divorce, Insecure and Ballers — as well »
Sorry to disappoint, Sex and the City fans, but it doesn’t quite look like a Samantha spin-off is coming our way anytime soon.
People recently caught up with Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte on the hit HBO series, and the star revealed whether there was any truth to the rumors that Kim Cattrall‘s character would be getting her own show.
“You know, I heard that just last week! I don’t know anything about it, but Samantha is a great character,” she said. “I know nothing, and I thought our general agreement had been that we probably wouldn’t do that, »
- Aurelie Corinthios
NBCUniversal Intl. Studios, Germany’s Rtl and France’s TF1 have greenlit “Gone,” a procedural drama series based on Chelsea Cain’s novel, “One Kick.” The show, which stars “Tyrant’s” Chris Noth, has been created by “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’s” Matt Lopez.
The show, which comprises 12 one-hour episodes, is the first fruits of a pioneering deal between the three companies to produce U.S. procedurals for the international market, where the genre is still massively popular.
The series tells the fictional story of Kit “Kick” Lannigan, survivor of a famous child abduction case and Frank Booth (Noth), the F.B.I. agent who rescued her. “Determined never to fall victim again, Kick trains in martial arts and the use of firearms,” according to a statement. “She finds her calling when Booth persuades her onto a special task force he created dedicated to solving abductions and missing persons cases. Paired »
- Leo Barraclough
The one-hour drama has gotten a 12-episode, straight-to-series order from NBCUniversal International Studios, German network Rtl and France's TF1, and will be the first show greenlit under the company's groundbreaking new agreement with the European channels to develop, finance and produce U.S. procedurals directly for international TV.
Matt Lopez (The Sorcerer’s Apprentice) created Gone, which follows Kit “Kick” Lannigan, the survivor of a child abduction case. Noth »
- Scott Roxborough
Exclusive: NBCUniversal International Studios, Germany’s Rtl and France’s TF1 have given the green light to Gone, a 12-episode procedural drama series starring The Good Wife and Sex and the City alum Chris Noth. The series, which eyes a launch in winter 2017-2018, was created by Matt Lopez (The Sorcerer's Apprentice) based on Chelsea Cain's novel One Kick. Gone is the first series to come out of the innovative partnership the three companies launched last year to produce… »
Sarah Jessica Parker has long held a reputation of having the world’s most enviable closet, thanks in large part to her fashion-obsessed onscreen alter ego, Sex in the City’s Carrie Bradshaw. But even before she had every designer at her fingertips, the star says, she was having fun with fashion, just in a much more low-budget way. In her cover story for InStyle’s January issue, Parker explains — and opens up about inspiration, being a designer and why thrift stores are so important to her.
“I dress based on what I have,” Parker tells the magazine’s new editor-in-chief, »
- Jillian Ruffo
The pair sat down with Andy Cohen on Tuesday's Watch What Happens Live, where they revealed that they used to date in high school.
After confessing that they were high school classmates who used to skip class together to sneak off and smoke in a school stairwell, the pair cautiously admitted that they "went back and forth for a few years," dating on and off.
Photos: They Dated?! Surprising Celebrity Hookups
In fact, the two were close enough that Broderick got to know Sedgwick's mom, Patricia, who was in the Wwhl audience.
However, both Broderick and Sedgwick staunchly denied Cohen's query about whether or not they knew each other "connubially" (i.e. intimately).
"Never before I got married!" Sedgwick asserted.
The Sex and the City star tells People Now that daughter Gemma Rose Davis, 5, “basically thinks that Hillary is my friend because we have so many pictures of Hillary around.”
Davis, 51, regularly campaigned for Clinton throughout the election year, and documented much of her efforts on social media. Clinton’s loss to President-elect Donald Trump ultimately became an opportunity for the star to explain how to handle disappointment to Gemma, she says.
“I had to tell her that we didn »
- Lindsay Kimble
Former “Sex And The City” star Cynthia Nixon is opening up about the pressure she felt to look perfect while filming the hit HBO show. Nixon, who played lawyer Miranda Hobbes in the iconic TV series, sat down alongside Kristen Bell, Tracee Ellis Ross and Michelle Monaghan to discuss an array of issues affecting women […] »
- Sylvia Ogweng
Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbs on HBO’s Sex and the City, got candid about the physical pressures that female actresses face in an honest discussion with Kristen Bell, Tracee Ellis Ross and Michelle Monaghan for a filmed debate of Net-a-porter’s digital magazine The Edit.
“Girls has been important in changing the game for female actresses. In Sex and the City we had to be thin and look great all the time; in Girls they have permission to be more real and less airbrushed, »
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