What would the world be like without Chris Noth? Would your uncle still be threatening to vote Trump? Would Sex and the City have had so many extra seasons that by the time they made a movie the only thing left to do was have Charlotte crap her pants? Darren Star has described one of the billions of alternate SATC…
Last time I watched “My Motherboard, My Self,” the fourth season episode of Sex and the City in which Carrie gets “the bomb” on her Apple laptop and loses all her data, I couldn’t help but wonder—will she ever learn to back up?
In a move that echoes both Carrie Bradshaw’s struggles with driving and Samantha Jones’s habit of destroying homes she doesn’t own, a 16-year-old girl reportedly plowed her Suzuki SUV right into Kim Cattrall’s home in British Columbia. Based on Cattrall’s tweets about the incident, no one was injured in the…
Christian Louboutin got his own documentary last year, so it’s only fitting that fellow shoe designer Manolo Blahnik would get one too. The film is titled Manolo (The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards), which references the whimsical story of Blahnik as a child growing up in the Canary Islands where he would make tiny…
Were you one of the Sex and the City fans who were annoyed that Carrie and Big ended up together during the series finale? If so, you’re not alone. SATC creator Darren Star says the ending, which wrapped Carrie and Big’s tumultuous six-year relationship in a neat little bow, wasn’t what he had envisioned when he first…
The sexual story lines on Sex and the City seemed fairly ridiculous at times and yet, also, relatable. That’s probably because they actually happened to someone in real life, according to Cynthia Nixon, aka Miranda, who once screwed a guy who enjoyed dirty talk and an occasional finger in his ass.
During a radio interview called Woman’s Hour in England, Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall said she didn’t have any kids but acted as a surrogate mom for younger actors as well as her niece and nephew when they needed her. Now people are mad at her because… frankly, it’s unclear. Because she’s helpful?
Candace Bushnell was recently profiled by the New York Observer, home of her original Sex and the City column, in conjunction with the release of her latest novel, Killing Monica.
This morning, when you woke up next to your schlub of a life partner, did you take a deep breath and sigh, yearning for the days when he didn’t take you for goddamn granted? Candace Bushnell did!
Is there or is there not a Sex and the City 3 on the way? Sarah Jessica Parker seems to enjoy playing mind games.
Last night on Watch What Happens Live!, Cynthia Nixon played a round of “Nixon Picks ‘Em” with Andy Cohen, during which she categorized celebrities like Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton as Sex and the City characters. Do you think she’s tired of doing things like this? I think she’s tired of doing things like this.
I honestly thought this thing might flop and yet here we are: preorders for Fifty Shades of Grey tickets are downright bananas.
My, my, it's the juiciest Manhattan property ownership kerfuffle since Vogue's Lauren Santo Domingo started digging a geothermal well under her Gramercy Park townhouse! Apparently, the owners of the West Village building used as Carrie Bradshaw's home in Sex and the City are livid over an illicit photo shoot for SJP's…
Winds from the land down under bring us harrowing gossip: one John James Preston (alias: Mr. Big) has been quoted saying critical things about his wife/gal about town Carrie Bradshaw – most specifically, her sexual proclivities. After reading this interview, I couldn't help but wonder: will she ever forgive him?
The author of a book on Nickelodeon is justifiably getting his ass handed to him after waxing nostalgic for a time when white men ruled pop culture and there was no reason for diversity. Who needs chicks or people of color — let alone chicks of color! — anyway?
Unlike journalism, which is a roughly even split between the sexes, public relations is ruled by women — until the executive level. Then it’s a boys club. So why are we so drawn to PR?
If you were a fan of Sex and the City, one of the things you probably remember about it was the way the show regularly slipped high-end name brands like it was just no big deal. Casually mentioning your Manolo Blahnik shoes or your Givenchy was just some every day thing New Yorkers did, according to the show.
Oh, Game of Thrones. Could it be we've gone a few weeks without a rape? Or should I say, rapes.
Just as Sarah Jessica Parker is on the verge of launching her very own shoe collection, design company PopChartLab has released a pretty graphic cataloging some of the famous footwear worn by Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City. BTW: This morning, Wendy Williams interviewed SJP (fast forward to 12:18) and forgot the…