• ‘Being a Miranda' Might Be Cynthia Nixon's Ticket to New York Governor

    16 days ago - By The Wrap

    When “Sex and the City” debuted June 1998, no one wanted to be a Miranda. But 20 years later, being a Miranda just might help make you Governor of New York.
    Cynthia Nixon says that she never saw her “SATC” character as a “killjoy,” as many others did, or still do. “I always loved and admired Miranda,” Nixon wrote in an essay for Refinery29 on Wednesday, which also happens to be the 20-year anniversary to the day that “SATC” first aired on HBO.
    “I didn't just love her because she was the character that I played,” Nixon wrote. “I loved Miranda because she was smart and independent and...
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  • ‘Sex and the City' 20 Years Later: How Warren Beatty Slammed the Door on Guest Role

    16 days ago - By The Wrap

    It's been 20 years since “Sex and the City” premiered on HBO, and several of the writers are telling some behind-the-scenes stories to commemorate the comedy that would define a generation.
    In an interview with Vanity Fair , writer Jenny Bicks recounted the mortifying experience of trying to convince Warren Beatty to guest star during the show's third season.
    Remember when Carrie goes to Los Angeles because there's some Hollywood interest in turning her columns into a movie? Well, the team was in LA two or three days before filming the scene, but still hadn't landed a movie star to play...
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