Much of the recent "Sex and the City" sequel talk has focused on the so-called adaptation of "The Carrie Diaries," but don't be so quick to dismiss a third theatrical outing for Carrie Bradshaw and her merry band of New York socialites!
It just so happens that we've got exclusive intel on what's set to go down when "Sex and the City 3" rolls its way into theaters. And by exclusive intel, we mean, not really. But it's fun to pretend that Carrie and Samantha have to team up with time traveler Rex Powers to go back to the Wild West and rescue Charlotte and Miranda from a time vortex, isn't it?
Check out our latest edition of After Hours for a reading of a scene from the time-displaced "Sex" sequel, starring "I Don't Know How She Does It" co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Greg Kinnear!
1. "Shrek Forever After" ($55.7 million)
2. "Prince of Persia" ($37.8 million)
3. "Sex and the City 2" ($37.1 million)
4. "Iron Man 2" ($20.6 million)
5. "Robin Hood" ($13.6 million)
Carrie Bradshaw got off to a solid start at the weekend box office with a $13 million first place finish on Friday, but her success ended there as a refueled "Shrek Forever After" tapped into its inner ogre to beat "Sex and the City 2" and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" at the Memorial Day weekend box office. Read More...
1. "Sex and the City 2" ($13 million)
2. "Shrek Forever After" ($11.3 million)
3. "Prince of Persia" ($10.3 million)
4. "Iron Man 2" ($4 million)
5. "Robin Hood" ($2.8 million)
Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York and Miranda Hobbes have made their way back into theaters nationwide, bringing with them all of the box office bravado one would expect from the sex-hunting, city-dwelling quartet of "Sex and the City 2." The movie made its flashy debut with a $13 million Friday, hailing a taxi all the way to a first place finish. Read More...
This week's Friday releases bring with them an odd coincidence. While the ladies go see New York City's fashionable foursome trek through the desert in "Sex and the City 2," dudes get a sand and sandals epic of their own in "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time." With two desert-centric movies like these hitting theaters, a Photoshop treatment was basically a necessity. Want to know what happens when Prince Dastan and Carrie Bradshaw cross paths under the blazing desert sun? Click the image below to see for yourself.
-- "The Incredibles" director Brad Bird is in final negotiations with Paramount Pictures to helm "Mission: Impossible IV," the fourth entry into the spy franchise starring Tom Cruise and executive produced by J.J. Abrams. "MI:4" will mark Bird's live-action filmmaking debut. [New York Magazine]
-- The girls are back in town — and by girls, I mean Carrie Bradshaw and the rest of the "Sex and the City" gang, as the sequel's first official trailer has gone online. Looks like John Corben's Aidan is back in action, so Mr. Big better watch his back! [MTV.com]
-- The Furyan has been left for dead in the first official concept art sketch for "Riddick," the third entry into the "Chronicles of Riddick" franchise starring Vin Diesel as the titular goggles-wearing antihero. [Facebook] Read More...
FROM HOLLYWOOD CRUSH: Finding out legit details about the sequel to "Sex and the City: The Movie" is a feat about as rare as a Manolo Blahnik sale. Sure, we know Miley Cyrus definitely has a cameo (ton of pictures of her were snapped near the set last week), that Samantha will have an encounter with a European architect (played by Max Ryan) and that Charlotte will not have another pooping disaster. But... what about the small-yet-important accessories (if you will) that go along with the film? Such as running time and wardrobe changes?
Enter Kristin Davis (a.k.a. Charlotte, pictured far right), who stopped by MTV News recently to talk about "Couples Retreat," her motherly love for Taylor Lautner and, of course, "Sex"! Reporter Josh Horowitz (as always!) begged the actress for as much juice as he could squeeze out of her, and while she remained as mum as Charlotte does about her sex life, there were a few key nuggets she let slip.
Continue reading 'Sex And The City 2' EXCLUSIVE: Major Details (Runtime! Costume Changes!) Revealed
Girls, mark your calendars and start picking out your Manolos. The long-awaited, official announcement that "Sex and the City 2” will, in fact, return arrives by way of a release date: May 28, 2010.
According the Variety, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis will all return with director/writer Michael Patrick King.
It seems Warner Bros. and New Line are hoping lightening will strike twice with their choice of opening weekend. "SATC 2" will hit theaters on the same weekend that it did for the first film's release, which was May 20, 2008. Read More...
Have you ever wondered what happened to the ladies of "Sex and the City" after the first movie faded to black? Brace yourselves and polish your favorite pair of Manolos, because the word on the street is that one day in the near future you'll find out!
"Sex and the City" is more or less all set to return to the big screen for a sequel, E! News is reporting. "Everything was finalized yesterday afternoon," a source told the Web site. And that everything includes all four ladies: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis.
Also reportedly on board is writer/ director Michael Patrick King, who has yet to write a script. But shooting will reportedly begin this summer with a release date sometime in summer 2010. Reps for the actresses and the studio have yet to comment on the news. Read More...
Stylist Patricia Field singlehandedly changed the way women look on TV with her work on "Sex and the City." She helped make Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte style icons and household names. She's since worked on bringing her unique sense of urban style to the worlds of "The Devil Wears Prada," "Ugly Betty" and the upcoming "Confessions of a Shopaholic," which opens on February 13.
But with six years of the "SATC" TV show under her belt, as well as the first installment of the movie franchise, Field can't wait to get her hands on some more outrageous fashions if another "SATC" film production is made.
"I do believe it will happen, because [creator] Michael Patrick King himself told me it's gonna happen," she recently told MTV News. "But I haven't really received any official information yet."
So, you might have to wait a while to see the ladies reunited on the big screen again, but in the meantime, check out what else this stylist supreme had to say right here!
I'm not exactly the target audience (married/32-year old/male/"Star Trek" fan) but even I had to acknowledge the phenomenon that the "Sex and the City" movie was this past summer. It's for that reason that we have selected Sarah Jessica Parker as one of the actors we're most thankful for in 2008. You can check out our full chat with her here.
Considering the huge numbers "Sex" generated in May it's no surprise that sequel talk is on everyone's brain. And take heart fans, Parker says there is a potential storyline AND a start date.
Parker said she and writer/director Michael Patrick King have discussed many potential stories but seem to have found one they agree on, "We’re at the place where...we think we have this story and how do we put this together and are we completely sure that it’s the right thing to do?" Read More...