Sarah Jessica Parker got cold feet about making another film after bad reactions to the SATC2 movie.
Just as we were getting our Dior slip dresses in knots over the possibility of another 'Sex And The City' movie, debating whether Blake Lively should play Samantha or Selena Gomez would make a good Charlotte, they've pulled the rug out from underneath us and are putting the show back on TV. Sarah Jessica Parker is producing the new show.
Could you relate to younger actresses as Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda?
If you loved Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristen Davis and Cynthia Nixon as the heroines of SATC, you're out of luck. There won't be a traditional SATC 3 hitting big screens, so it's unlikely these ladies will ever reprise their roles. Producers have reportedly green-lit a third film in the series based on Candace Bushnell's prequels, The Carrie Diaries and Summer in the City, with younger actresses filling the Manolos of Carrie and co.
Because love means never having to say, "You're too old for this."
As much as I loved Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, I have to concede that it's only suitable as a date movie when both of you can appreciate the series. You don't have to like it, you just need to remember why the Golden Trio skipped their seventh year at Hogwarts to hunt down Horcruxes in the backwoods of Scotland. Confused? Read on for a little Potter Appreciation 101.
Weddings can sometimes stir up big drama—get survival tactics from the stars of Bridesmaids.
It’s those five little words that can simultaneously strike dread, joy, fear, and a slew of other emotions in any woman: “Will you be my bridesmaid?” In what some are calling the chicks’ answer to The Hangover, Bridesmaids assembles a motley crew of female comedians—from SNL stars Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph to Office receptionist Ellie Kemper—to explore the perks and pitfalls of this time-tested tradition. (We’re talking $800 dresses, serious one-upping between bridesmaids, disastrous Vegas jaunts, and fluffy purse dogs as bridal shower gifts!) And not, surprisingly, the cast has plenty of real-life anecdotes and advice to share with those who say “yes” to the bridesmaid dress.
Grab a mint julep and celebrate the Kentucky Derby with one of these romantic horse films.
They say a girl's first love is her horse. Maybe that's true—if she's lucky enough to have one.
In American culture, horses have long symbolized adventure and a return to nature in an increasingly industrialized world. It's no wonder that My Little Pony and its ilk are still popular today. The Kentucky Derby wouldn't have the same appeal if there were cars instead of horses racing around Churchill Downs. In literature and film, horses serve their riders in multiple ways. The beautiful animals are strong and often wild, but in need of love and care.
On the 19th of March, the moon was as close to the Earth as it has or will be for the next 18 years. A feat that most assuredly comes with cosmic strings attached. An astronomer predicted that the onset of this would cause the universe, or Lady Earth, as we know her to revolt. And she did.
As many of you know, and by many of you I mean the proud few that indulge in my occasional cyber rants; I’m “involved” in an ambiguous relationship with a man by the name of NsSA, Not-so-Starving-Artist. I’ve chronicled our dealings since our initial meeting last November during a SEC mash-up at his flat. From that initial meeting of the minds to an impromptu proposal of faux life partnership with a ghetto gold band we are a couple of humans – proudly. He said yes!
The latest adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic makes for good cinema. But is it a date movie?
The version of Jane Eyre in theaters now reminds me of why so many people love Charlotte Bronte's love story. Jane (Mia Wasikowska) is the ultimate Plain Jane, with hat hair, dingy dresses and a stoic face. She's bright and good, but life deals her some very hard knocks. All in all, the latest adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic makes for good cinema. But is it a date movie?
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt explore true love, fate and The One in The Adjustment Bureau.
I've never thought the idea of The One was very fair or mathematically feasible. If each of us had one perfect love out of the billions of people on Earth, what are the odds he or she would ever be found? The sci-fi romance thriller The Adjustment Bureau explores these ideas with style, action, and some intense on-screen chemistry between Matt Damon and Emily Blunt.