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Sex and the City (movie)

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  • 'I Don't Know How She Does It': No how, no way like real life

    'I Don't Know How She Does It': No how, no way like real life
    Thwarted by the same awkward timing that zonked "Confessions of a Shopaholic" two years ago, just when shopaholics began to seem extra-heinous, the film version of "I Don't Know How She Does It" doesn't know how to do what I think it's trying to do. I...
  • ABC 2011-12 TV schedule: 13 new series

    ABC 2011-12 TV schedule: 13 new series
    ABC on Tuesday announced its 2011-12 prime time schedule that includes 13 new shows, seven of which will premiere this fall. Among the new entries is "Pan Am," adrama about pilots and flight attendants set in the 1960s (everyone seems to be creating their...
  • 'Girls' Scorecard: Yes, women do tend to panic over their vaginas

    'Girls' Scorecard: Yes, women do tend to panic over their vaginas
    This week’s episode is titled “Vagina Panic.” Because what girl over the age of 13 hasn’t experienced a panic of the vagina at some point? Score one for “Girls,” already.   Play along as we recap the latest episode of...
  • 2012 Tony Awards: 'Once,' 'Newsies' and 'Porgy and Bess' top nominees

    2012 Tony Awards: 'Once,' 'Newsies' and 'Porgy and Bess' top nominees
    "Once," "Newsies," "Leap of Faith" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It" were all nominated for a Tony Award in the category Best New Musical, the Tony committee announced in New York on Tuesday morning. "Once," a musical based on the 2006 film with the same...
  • Paris is unbeatable for culture, strolling

    Paris is unbeatable for culture, strolling
    Aaron Zigman's music isn't as flashy as the designer wardrobe that Sarah Jessica Parker wears in " Sex and the City 2," opening in theaters May 27. But his score does set the tone for the film, whether Carrie and her girls are in New York City or...
  • Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?

    Hey, Hollywood: Why not work on the L.A. stage?
    There are precious few guarantees in the theater anymore. Boffo playwrights went out with the Neil Simon dinosaurs. A new show by Stephen Sondheim, hands down the greatest living musical theater composer, can't even count on a Broadway booking. The only...
  • Chris Pine: This is your captain speaking

    Chris Pine: This is your captain speaking
    Chris Pine is splayed across a red restaurant banquette as if it were the throne Hollywood is offering him as one of its newly anointed male hotties. To say Pine's actual seating is not a throne would be an understatement. The star of Paramount Pictures'...
  • To Mikhail Baryshnikov, time is a great teacher

    To Mikhail Baryshnikov, time is a great teacher
    It is early afternoon at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. On the fourth floor, a woman in a black leotard dances in a large studio with high ceilings and great views of the Hudson River. She hardly pauses as the most famous dancer of them all stops at the...
  • Imagining life after 'Sex'

    Imagining life after 'Sex'
    News that a "Sex and the City" movie is in the making may come as a surprise to some fans of the beloved show. Yes, it was a successful franchise, and it is never a surprise to hear that Hollywood wants to milk a project until the teat runs dry. But in...
  • FIRST LOOK: 'Sex and the City: The Movie'

    FIRST LOOK: 'Sex and the City: The Movie'
    "Sex and the City" fans can breathe a collective sigh of relief; the movie is happening, and we have photographic evidence to prove it! The first photo, left, from the New York set has Carrie Bradshaw and Big looking as fetching as ever. (Love the shoes...
  • Pop culture: empowering women or stereotypes?

    Today's question: Over the last few years, there's been a mini-trend of popular culture that deals with pregnancy, relationships and other traditional "women's issues," but with a greater emphasis on frankness and empowerment. Is that just pop froth or is...