The trailer for Sex and the City 2 finds Carrie asking, "What happens after you say I do?" Apparently for her the answer includes another wedding, a trip to Abu Dhabi with Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte, and a reunion with her former fiancé, fan favorite Aidan.
You also get to see Carrie in a tux (she dresses up for Stanford's same-sex nuptials), and there's also somehow room for Miley Cyrus, Penelope Cruz and...read more
Strap on the Manolos and drown yourself in a sea of Cosmopolitans, because New York's most fashionable ladies will be back for more Sex on the big screen.
A sequel to Sex and the City: The Movie has been officially green-lit, the Associated Press reports, with all four stars — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis — having signed on, along with writer-director Michael Patrick King. "I'm very excited to work with these amazing actresses again and would love to give everyone more information about the sequel ... but I'm busy with my Sex life," King said in a statement.read more
Pity the struggling young actor. The competition this year for a big break on network TV is stiffer than ever, as pilots angling for spots in the fall lineup have enough familiar faces to pack an I Love the '90s (or even the '80s) marathon on VH1.Lara Flynn Boyle
, Kristin Davis
, David Boreanaz
, Brooke Shields
, Peri Gilpin
, Julia Louis-Dreyfus
, Fred Savage
, Don Johnson
, Benjamin Bratt
and Dylan McDermott
are among the dozens of prime-time favorites cast in prospective shows that network execs hope will turn into the next Desperate Housewives
And they're being joined by other stars better known for their work outside of TV — including Chris O'Donnell, Dennis Hopper, Ellen Burstyn, Tom Berenger and Aidan Quinn.
Networks desperate for a ratread more