It takes a special man to be Samantha Jones' love interest. But then again, it takes a special man to admit crying during the first Sex and the City movie.
"I was like, I've got to see what this is about. I need to know what I'm doing," Sex and the City 2 actor Max Ryan tells TVGuide.com. "I watched the movie and I was emotionally touched. I actually cried a bit. It's quite embarrassing but I did. I was happy, I was sad, and I was like, 'Whoa, this is really good.'"
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Michael Patrick King by Dimitrios Kambouris/ WireImage.com
Dont put those Manolos back in the closet just yet Variety reports Sex and the City movie writer-producer-director Michael Patrick King might have another script or two up his sleeveI wrote that with a beginning middle and end because I didnt want to leave the audience unfulfilled he said The actresses are great and if the gods smile and people are still interested why notHey Michael I dont think public interest is going to be an issue Just a hunchRegardless of whether a SATC sequel is in the offing King will certainly be keeping himself busy Hes just landed a deal with DreamWorks giving the studio a first-look at his next filmKing tells Variety his next project is a romantic comedy with a focus on the meaning of love JR WhalenRelated149 Sex and the City Aims For No 1 Box Office Bliss149 Movie Talk Is Sex back in the City
Sex and the City courtesy HBO
With the Sex and the City movie nearing its release day rumors have been flying about whether there will be a death in the city and in particular the death of Mr Big Chris NothDirector Michael Patrick King however laid that buzz to rest more or less Kill Mr Big I would have been chased around the planet by women with torches he joked to the AP Yet King did confide that he was looking to infuse some layers of melodrama into this film adaptation of the show but perhaps not as much as a darker drama would call forMy ultimate target King said was to make our girlfriends in other words our audience happy And I dont think Mr Big dying would make them happy When pressed on the possibility of potential other deaths Carrie gets hit by a cab after tripping in her Chloe gladiators Charlotte suffocates in the steam room however King denied the possibility Its a summer movie he said Why would I want to kill anyone Do you
Chris Noth by Mitchell Haaseth/NBC Photo
With the trades now confirming what Michael Patrick King told Extra earlier this week, Chris Noth is giving mad props to the Sex and the City filmmakers for squeezing in Big. "I was thrilled that the producers were able to work around my Law & Order: Criminal Intent schedule," the actor tells the New York Daily News. Noth also likes what he sees in the Sexy flick, saying, "I am happy to be back in the flesh as Mr. Big, especially after reading Michael Patrick King's script." Yeah, being surrounded by fab femmes is always a good read.Related: Sex and the City Boss Shares "Big" Film News, Will Sex and the City Film Be a "Big" Deal?
Chris Noth and Sarah Jessica Parker courtesy HBO
Though the most recent reports I've seen have Chris Noth claiming he had yet to sign on the dotted line, Michael Patrick King the writer/director of the upcoming Sex and the City film says that Carrie's one-and-only is, in fact, a part of the big-screen follow-up. As King tells TV's Extra, "[I am] happy to report that Mr. Big is alive and well and living in New York City!" King's comment seemingly snuffs building buzz that the ladies' feature folly will not be precipitated by Carrie's wedding but rather Big's death. After all, a tombstone would require getting his last name. (And good luck with that.)
Lisa Kudrow, The Comeback
For those of you who Valerie Cherish'd HBO's The Comeback, here something to make you say, "I wanna see that!" The single-season look at a onetime sitcom queen's bid for a return to fame arrives on DVD this week, complete with extras, including an update on the horrific role Val has since been offered and a look at her Dancing with the Stars stint. TVGuide.com spoke with cocreator Lisa Kudrow, Emmy-nominated for playing the hapless actress, about her ongoing Comeback, Valerie's A-list "Angel" of a fan, and Madonna stealing her hair.
How will Sex and the City end? All we know is, the series finale somehow involves Carrie & Co. in ball gowns at Manhattan's St. Regis Hotel. That's where Sarah Jessica Parker and Sex producer Michael Patrick King were on Thursday, when they "met" reporters via satellite at the Television Critics Association press tour in Hollywood. SJP revealed little else, except her continued need to act cutesy and girlish, even though she's pushin' 40.
"I've got my ball gown [on] for you, ladies and gentleman," she giggled, wringing her hands and mugging for the camera. "Just a thrift store [item]. Nothing to speak of, really."
Though her costars admit they wish Sex could go on, SJP and King say they made the decision with HBO. "It was a confluence of things that brought us together to t