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Carrie Bradshaw Would Like Her Desk Back

After Sex and the City ended its run on HBO in 2004, Carrie’s desk and laptop were donated to The Smithsonian museum. But then when they decided to do a movie and needed them back. (I don’t understand why they would need her laptop back — if she really is a successful writer with a few books under her belt, you would think that she could afford a MacBook Air.) The Smithsonian was rather reluctant to hand over the props, and Sarah Jessica Parker had to get involved: “After the series finale The Smithsonian called us to ask for the desk and laptop from the TV show. They only released it back [for use for the film] after I made several personal calls. When it was suggested I use a replica because no one would know it a replica, I said ‘I will know.’ We had to have that desk — as a writer, it’s an extension of you.” [ContactMusic.com]
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Young Men Are Where It’s At For Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall is 51, and her boyfriend of four years is 23 years younger than her. That means he would have just been born when she was finishing college. But that ain’t no thing for Kim, who said, “I find a lot of men can’t always keep up with me!” What do you think about dating a guy who’s way younger? [AHN]
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Frisky Quote Of The Day: Sarah Jessica Parker

“She would probably long for that earlier type of heartbreak versus what she experiences this time around. The disappointment and the loss is so painful because they’re grown-ups now, and it just changes, as we all know.” — Sarah Jessica Parker, on her Sex And The City: The Movie character, Carrie, to New York magazine. Keep reading »

Maybe NO ONE Dies In The Sex And The City Movie!

The New York Times did an interview with Sex And The City Executive Producer, Michael Patrick King, who seemed to pooh-pooh rumors (started by one of the movies’ stars, Cynthia Nixon) that a character dies in the soon-to-be released movie. “Someone’s going to die,” he said, “Like that’s what I’m going to do.” However, King insisted on not having Carrie and Big’s parents involved with the wedding that is at the center of the film, because, “My idea always was that these women were purely creations of New York.The prototype of the series is that these are four grown-ups who make a family of one another.”
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Oprah’s Audience Goes Cuh-razy For The Cast Of Sex And The City

The cast of Sex and the City were on Oprah yesterday. It was so funny. The audience looked like a Crayola box vomited all over them, there was much, much, much screeching, and the ladies kind of played up their characters, with the possible exception of Cynthia Nixon, who really does seem over-the-moon in love with that girlfriend of hers. The cast talked about those much discussed “dream sequences” that they hyped during the filming to throw people off about the plot, but seemed to allude that maybe they weren’t so dreamy after all. The highlight for me, however, was when Chris Noth came out, because honestly? Drool. Keep reading »

Sex And The City And Fergie, A Good Combination?

A lot has changed since Sex and the City went off the air four years ago, including the show’s opening music. Written for the movie, “Labels & Love” is inspired by the original, lyric-less ditty and sung by Fergie. “It’s an entirely new song with lyrics, but it has the Sex and the City theme as the DNA — on steroids,” according to the movie’s director, Michael Patrick King. Give it a listen and tell us whether it’s your new favorite song. We think it sounds like it was put together in a hurry on Fergie’s home computer using Garage Band. [Greasy Guide] Keep reading »

Which Sex And The City Man Is Your Soulmate?

The Sex and the City movie website just added a “Match Your Man” quiz. Answer 15 questions, and the male SATC character who you should mate with will be revealed! I got Steve. I was not expecting to be paired with him, but both Amelia and Emily guessed him even before they heard the results. I guess it makes sense because I would really like it if a guy wore a corduroy suit. [Sex and the City movie website (click on Match Your Man)] Keep reading »

Feminism And The City

The Guardian has a really long feature on whether it’s okay for feminists to like Sex and the City. If you skip to the last paragraph, you’ll discover that smart women everywhere can enjoy the show and upcoming movie as long as they realize SATC is not a guide to life (duh). “It does make for quite uncomfortable viewing,” said Professor Imelda Whelehan of De Montfort University author of The Feminist Bestseller: From Sex and the Single Girl to Sex and the City. “How do we respect [Carrie]? And Mr. Big is such an interesting element. Even his name is masculine. He is like this phallus at the center of it all.” So true, Imelda. Yet, even though the show depicts Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha, and Miranda obsessing over what men think a little too much, the show still treats women as important, and we are, so that’s nice. [The Guardian, U.K.] Keep reading »

Cynthia Nixon: I Had Breast Cancer

Cynthia Nixon (best known for playing Miranda on Sex and the City) revealed on Good Morning America this morning that she battled breast cancer two years ago. She chose to keep her diagnosis quiet until she was done with treatment so that the paparazzi wouldn’t flock to the hospital everytime she was in for radiation treatment. Now that she’s healthy, she’s working as a spokesman for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Secrets Of The Sex And The City Movie!

The New York Post revealed, um, oh so much?…about the Sex and the City movie in their Sunday edition. There are spoilers, so beware if you want every single solitary second of the film to be a gigantic surprise of wonderfulness, but we will tell you one thing — this shizz is going to be over the top, yo. [Huffington Post/NYPost] Keep reading »

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