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Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email IT'S one of the most hotly anticipated chick flicks of the summer and fans only have to wait until next month to finally see Sex And The City 2. But how are the girls shaping up for the premiere? Each of the stars takes a very different approach to looking great on the red carpet. Lucky SJP gets to pig out on set and tuck into all the goodies the catering van has to offer. She said: "Kristin is more conscientious about her intake, but Cynthia Nixon and I eat anything.
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We had this beautiful, funny, heartbreaking, joyful, very relatable script. Within 24 hours, Cattrall was, once more, the villain. Having once been the deputy editor of Page Six for 10 years, I was familiar with this pattern. A flurry of press would follow, Cattrall would capitulate presumably with a fatter check than previously promised and the movies were made.
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The "Sex and the City" actress announced Monday that she has decided to challenge Gov. Andrew Cuomo , who is seeking re-election to a third term, in the Sept. Nixon, an activist and performer best known for playing Miranda Hobbes on the hit HBO show and in several movies, is the clear underdog , but Cuomo has made plenty of enemies and may have a real fight on his left flank. We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us. It can't just be business as usual anymore.
That's a question that women -- and some men -- have been asking each other for years. In her new book, titled "Sex and the City and Us," author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong details the origins of what would become a Bible on how to live as a thirtysomething single woman in New York City. Armstrong's behind-the-scenes account is based on several interviews with those involved with the popular HBO series, including Sarah Jessica Parker, along with a multitude of research materials. Here are 13 little-known-facts from Armstrong's book about the show that helped define a generation of women.