Showing posts with label SEX AND THE CITY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SEX AND THE CITY. Show all posts

Monday, June 11, 2018

CYNTHIA NIXON ON WEED & ROSEANNE IN TEEN VOGUE


Cynthia Nixon Talks To Teen Vogue



Calling all Sex And The City fans (and people who care about a more equitable world): In this special edition of Teen Vogue (Side) Take, we caught up with Cynthia Nixon at the Teen Vogue Summit in NYC; everything from ABC's cancellation of Roseanne to how legalizing weed in the state could level racial dynamics.


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Thursday, March 13, 2014

SARAH JESSICA PARKER TALKS 'SEX AND THE CITY'

Sarah Jessica Parker With Katie Couric



On tomorrow’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,", Sarah Jessica Parker stops by to talk career, love of fashion and her very own shoe line. Hear what she has to say about raising her kids and her love of Broadway. Plus, she speaks openly about marriage and addresses the rumors about the possibility of a third “Sex And The City” movie!


Photo Courtesy Of: ABC/Disney

Monday, May 24, 2010

THE NYC PREMIERE OF 'SEX AND THE CITY 2'

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'SEX AND THE CITY 2'

OPENS AT FAMED
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL
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Vanessa Williams


Sacha


Estelle


Beth Shak


Candace Bushnell


Beth Ostrosky Stern With Howard Stern And His Daughter


Chris Noth With Wife


Maria Helena Vianna


Andy Cohen


Becki Newton


Amanda Peet


Gilles Marini


Julissa Bermudez


Lynn Cohen


Orianthi


Sexy Noah Mills


Willie Garson


Vincent DePaul And Patricia Field


Janis Spindel


Jennifer Ferrin


Raya Meddine


Janis Spindel


Aaron Zigman


Narciso Rodriguez And Hot Boyfriend


George Stephanopoulos And Wife Alexandra Wentworth


Jerry And Jessica Seinfeld


Ashanti


Petra Nemcova


Gabourey Sidibe


Matthew Broderick With Sarah Jessica Parker


Liza Minnelli


Jessica Szohr


Cynthia Nixon


Kristin Davis


Jennifer Love Hewitt


Sarah Jessica Parker


Suzanne Somers


Johnny Weir


Amanda Peet


Kim Cattrall


Bo Derek


Alice Eve


Whitney Port


Jason Lewis


Michelle Trachtenberg


Alessandra Ambrosio


Alessandra Ambrosio along with Michelle Trachtenberg, Liza Minnelli, Jessica Szohr, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Jessica Parker, Suzanne Somers, Johnny Weir, Kim Cattrall, Bo Derek, Jason Lewis, Alice Eve, Whitney Port and Amanda Peet attended the premiere of "Sex and the City 2" at Radio City Music Hall in New York City tonight. Hey we love Patricia Fields designs. We wish she would give us some cool outfits to wear at all our celebrity parties. So talented, always was.....
Photos By: RD / Rob Kim / Retna Digital

Thursday, May 29, 2008

BATTLE OVER SEX AND THE CITY PREMIER

Sex And The City's New York premiere on Tuesday, has prompted a mean battle between the event’s organizers, Radio City Music Hall and New Line Cinema. Fans were furious after discovering 8,000 tickets were handed out for the 6,000 capacity venue, and entry was granted on a first come, first served basis. Many fans waited all day to just get into the event and were turned away. But head bosses at the city’s famous Radio City Music Hall and movie studio New Line Cinema are keen to blame each other for the mishap. A source tells The New York Post, "The movie studio gave out way more promotional tickets than could fit in the orchestra. Radio City managers told the New Line people, ‘You can solve this by opening up the mezzanines, which have 2,700 more seats’ - but they wouldn’t do it." However, New Line Cinema executives are quick to disagree: "It was Radio City Music Hall making that decision. They took control of the fan line. They turned the fans away." After the venue’s 6,000-person capacity was filled, 500 ticket holders were escorted to a local theatre for viewing as the remainder were given vouchers to see the film for free when it opens to the public on Friday.
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Editors Note: I was having lunch with some Public Relations bigwig the other day. He had tickets to The Radio City event but not to the after party at MOMA. He put a add on Craigs List for tickets. Someone called him and said he had many tickets. He wanted 10 thousand each. Now, who would have so many tickets? Publicity people? Someone from New Line? HBO? Just asking. Seems someone inside had tickets to sell. Needless, I could have gone for free, but after all these years, I hate these events.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

SEX AND THE CITY HITS NEW YORK CITY

The Sex And The City Girls

It's been 4 years waiting for the Movie version of Sex And The City to see Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte reunited once again. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis hit the pink carpet (Not Red) for the long-awaited movie premiere at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall last night. Huge fans of the show had lined up since the early morning in hopes of scoring a seat to the hot event, though many went home disappointed.The best part of the night for Parker who said' "Being with you and all those people," she told reporters as she pointed to the fans. The crowd also went crazy as Cattrall and Nixon and Davis walked the carpet. "Being in Sex and the City is the best thing," Jennifer Hudson -- who plays Carrie's assistant in the film -- told Usmagazine.com. "[The writers] spoke about the things that we all go through." Added Jason Lewis (who plays Samantha's beau Smith Jerrod), "It was nice" filming the movie. The best part: "There was a sunset in Malibu that stopped production." Celebs including Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Ashley Olsen, Fergie, Mary J. Blige, Vogue editor Anna Wintour, Edie Falco and designer Donna Karan turned out for the film, which has been receiving mixed reviews from critics.

Thursday, May 01, 2008

SEX AND THE CITY DOWNPLAYS LONDON

Sex And The City Cast

The creators of Sex And The City movie have decided to downsize the film’s world premiere in London England, after coming under fire for not launching the film in New York City. Both the hit television series and the movie were filmed in the Big Apple and the city features highly in all the story lines. And movie bosses came under fire from New Yorkers after revealing the movie will premiere in the U.K., two weeks before it is unveiled in its spiritual home of the Big Apple on May 12th. But now the company has released a statement playing down the London premiere, insisting it will much less high profile than the New York City screening. A spokesman says, "London will be much smaller. The whole cast isn’t even going. We’re still planning the big premiere to be in New York."