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Who Kim Cattrall Wants Replacing Her in Sex and the City 3

Who Kim Cattrall Wants Replacing Her in Sex and the City 3
While appearing on the Ellen Show, Sarah Jessica Parker hinted at the possibility of the long awaited Sex and the City 3 without Kim Cattrall, who acrimoniously split from the franchise late last year. Parker joked that Ellen herself might be the one to step into the role, which Cattrall fully backed on social media. In addition, the actress spoke out about some other actresses that can take over for her to play Samantha, leading to rampant rumors that Sex and the City 3 will continue without Kim Cattrall.

After Sarah Jessica Parker's appearance on Ellen, Kim Cattrall took to social media to endorse the idea of Ellen DeGeneres taking over her Samantha role in the Sex and the City franchise. But the actress later came back to list her three top choices and the list may surprise you. Cattrall's first choice, in no offense to DeGeneres, was Oprah Winfrey. Though the idea is exciting,
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A Look Back at the 25 Most Glamorous SAG Award Red Carpet Couples of All Time

A Look Back at the 25 Most Glamorous SAG Award Red Carpet Couples of All Time
Their red-carpet fashions will last forever—even if their love hasn't! We're just one day away from the 2018 SAG Awards, hosted by Kristen Bell, and we're taking a look back through the best and chicest red carpet couples of all time. While many partners have parted since they attended the SAG Awards together, the loved-up stars certainly dazzled on the day-of at the award show. From Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger in 2010 to Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston in 2015 to Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick in 2003, A-list duos have been rocking the red carpet in their various fab fashions for the past 24 years. We've got the 25 of the chicest SAG...
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Kim Cattrall Names Her Top Replacements for Samantha in Sex and the City 3

Kim Cattrall Names Her Top Replacements for Samantha in Sex and the City 3
Kim Cattrall won't be in Sex and the City 3, but she will share who she thinks should play Samantha in the next movie! The actress took to Twitter to react to former co-star Sarah Jessica Parker's suggestion earlier this week that Ellen DeGeneres should play Samantha. While talking about Cattrall not returning for the third film, DeGeneres asked Parker if they could do it without her. "There's a period of grief, a mourning process, and then perhaps we'll be able to consider, say for instance, you playing Samantha," Parker, who stars as Carrie Bradshaw in Satc, told DeGeneres on Wednesday's episode of The Ellen Show. So what does Cattrall think of the casting...
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Sarah Jessica Parker Steals Husband Matthew Broderick's Socks: 'They're Just Better!'

Sarah Jessica Parker Steals Husband Matthew Broderick's Socks: 'They're Just Better!'
Sarah Jessica Parker has designed her own shoes, handbags and even little black dresses for her Sjp Collection, but there’s one item of clothing she can’t help but steal from her husband Matthew Broderick’s closet: his socks!

The Divorce star, who celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary to Broderick last year, proclaimed the love she has for her husband’s cozy knee-high socks with a post on Instagram.

“Sometimes my husband’s socks are just better,” Parker captioned the photo, which shows her lower half clad in bright purple leggings and a pair of orange-and-blue men’s socks,
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Kim Cattrall Says Ellen DeGeneres Is a 'Fabulous' Choice to Play Samantha in Sex and the City 3

Kim Cattrall Says Ellen DeGeneres Is a 'Fabulous' Choice to Play Samantha in Sex and the City 3
Kim Cattrall agrees with Sarah Jessica ParkerEllen DeGeneres would make a great Samantha Jones.

“She’d be fabulous!” the 61-year-old actress tweeted — adding two thumbs up emojis — in response to news that Parker had suggested the TV host replace Cattrall, who had previously announced she wouldn’t be returning to the popular franchise for Sex and the City 3.

The topic of DeGeneres stepping into Cattrall’s famous shoes popped up when Parker stopped by The Ellen Degeneres Show and joked that Stephen Colbert — who she’d previously offered the role to — probably wouldn’t be the best fit for the role.
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Kim Cattrall Thinks Ellen DeGeneres Would Be A ‘Fabulous’ Samantha In ‘Sex And The City’ — And So Would Oprah

Sarah Jessica Parker is a little choked Kim Cattrall won’t be involved in a “Sex and the City” reunion, but jokingly offers Ellen DeGeneres a role. Related: Penelope Cruz Talks About Her Stage Fright On ‘Ellen’ The actress stopped by Wednesday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” to talk about rumours surrounding “Sex and the City 3”.
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What Kylie Jenner Sent Kim Kardashian After the Arrival of Her Third Child

What Kylie Jenner Sent Kim Kardashian After the Arrival of Her Third Child
Kim couldn't help but gush about it on social media - Us Weekly The dumbest fight Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have ever had - HuffPost Celebrity Mariah Carey has a night out with boyfriend Bryan Tanaka - Lainey Gossip Sarah Jessica Parker still wants Sex and the City 3 to happen - Dlisted Jessica Alba celebrates her company's anniversary with photos of her kids - Et Nick Jonas heats things up with a shirtless selfie - Just Jared Nina Dobrev flaunts her figure in a red bikini - Hollywood Tuna Amber Heard and Elon Musk are reportedly back together - The Superficial
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Divorce: Season Two Ratings

They say that breaking up is hard to do. Perhaps that is why HBO didn't cancel its Divorce TV show after one low-rated installment. Now that it is back for a second season, will it be able to draw a larger audience? Will Divorce be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. An HBO comedy, Divorce stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, Molly Shannon, Talia Balsam, Tracy Letts, Sterling Jerins, and Charlie Kilgore. The story centers on Frances (Parker), a middle-age woman who breaks up with her husband, Robert (Church), the father of her two children. In Divorce, season two, Frances and Robert deal with the fallout from their separation and try to rebuild their lives. Read More…
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Divorce on HBO: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch Is it truly all over for Frances and Robert? Has the Divorce TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on HBO? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Divorce, season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  What's This TV Show About? Airing on the HBO premium channel, Divorce stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, Molly Shannon, Talia Balsam, Tracy Letts, Sterling Jerins, and Charlie Kilgore. The story centers on Frances (Parker), a middle-age woman who breaks up with her husband, Robert (Church), the father of her two children. In Divorce, season two, Frances and Robert deal with the fallout from their separation and try to rebuild
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Sarah Jessica Parker Wants Ellen DeGeneres to Play Samantha in Sex and the City 3

Sarah Jessica Parker Wants Ellen DeGeneres to Play Samantha in Sex and the City 3
If Kim Cattrall doesn't want to play Samantha in Sex and the City 3, could Ellen DeGeneres take her place? Sarah Jessica Parker jokingly proposed the idea on Wednesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Back in September, fans' dreams were dashed when DailyMailTV reported a third Sex and the City movie had been scrapped—and it looked like Cattrall's unwillingness to film was to blame. During Wednesday's episode, DeGeneres asked Parker if she could still make the film with her two other co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. "There's a period of grief, a mourning process, and then perhaps we'll be able to consider, say for instance, you playing...
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Sarah Jessica Parker Suggests That Ellen DeGeneres Play Samantha for Sex and the City 3

Sarah Jessica Parker Suggests That Ellen DeGeneres Play Samantha for Sex and the City 3
Move aside, Stephen Colbert — another talk show host may be in the running to play Samantha if Sex and the City 3 gets a green light.

Sarah Jessica Parker stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where the actress joked that the The Late Show host put her in a tough position where she felt forced to offer him the part vacated by Kim Cattrall.

“I said, ‘Oh, sure. You play Samantha,'” Parker, 52, said with a knowing look. “I’ll offer you the same opportunity. I’m gonna go across the lands.”

A third installment of the film franchise came to a halt in September,
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Time's Up and Condé Nast Auctioning Off 2018 Golden Globes Dresses Worn by Reese Witherspoon, Salma Hayek and More

Condé Nast is partnering with Time's Up and eBay to auction off gowns and tuxedos worn by celebrities at the 2018 Golden Globes. All proceeds will benefit the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund—an organization that helps individuals who've experienced sexual misconduct find legal representation. The organizations announced the news on Wednesday. From Jan. 19 to Jan. 26, shoppers can visit ebay.com/timesup to bid on gowns worn by Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Sarah Jessica Parker, Tracee Ellis Ross, Gal Gadot, Elizabeth Moss, Emma Watson, Viola Davis, Salma Hayek and more. Shoppers can also bid on tuxedos worn by Hugh Jackman, Jude Law, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth Meyers and Daniel...
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The Hard Truth About Hollywood's Gender Pay Gap: Optics vs. Reality

The Hard Truth About Hollywood's Gender Pay Gap: Optics vs. Reality
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On Jan. 7, Debra Messing stood before E! cameras and slammed the network's executives for, as she put it, "[not] paying their female co-hosts the same as male co-hosts." The swipe followed Catt Sadler's December departure, which, the former host wrote in a now-viral blog post, came after E! wouldn't pay her what Jason Kennedy was making. "So," Messing continued, on-message in her black gown, "we stand with [Catt]."

And just like that, Sadler's situation got swept up in the #MeToo movement, with prominent actresses from Eva Longoria to Sarah Jessica Parker actively piling on. A deluge of news...
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The Hard Truth About Hollywood's Gender Pay Gap: Optics vs. Reality

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On Jan. 7, Debra Messing stood before E! cameras and slammed the network's executives for, as she put it, "[not] paying their female co-hosts the same as male co-hosts." The swipe followed Catt Sadler's December departure, which, the former host wrote in a now-viral blog post, came after E! wouldn't pay her what Jason Kennedy was making. "So," Messing continued, on-message in her black gown, "we stand with [Catt]."

And just like that, Sadler's situation got swept up in the #MeToo movement, with prominent actresses from Eva Longoria to Sarah Jessica Parker actively piling on. A deluge of news...
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Hugh Wilson, ‘Police Academy’ Director and ‘Wkrp in Cincinnati’ Creator, Dies at 74

Hugh Wilson, ‘Police Academy’ Director and ‘Wkrp in Cincinnati’ Creator, Dies at 74
Hugh Wilson, creator of the CBS comedies “Wkrp in Cincinnati” and “Frank’s Place” and writer-director of the first “Police Academy” movie, died Jan. 14 in Charlottesville, Va. He was 74.

Wilson was a writer for the “Bob Newhart Show” and “The Tony Randall Show” and won an Emmy for best comedy writing in 1988 for “Frank’s Place.” He received Emmy nominations for his work on “The Famous Teddy Z” and “Wkrp in Cincinnati.” He was twice awarded the Humanitas Prize, given for television and film writing that promotes meaning and human dignity.

Wilson excelled as a creator of ensemble comedies with enduring appeal. “Wkrp,” which ran from 1978-1982, revolved around a motley group of characters at a run-down Cincinnati radio station. “Frank’s Place,” which lasted only one season in 1987-88, was set a restaurant in New Orleans. Both shows are often cited among TV’s all-time best comedies.

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‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ Review: A Very Different ‘Story’ Yields Uneven Rewards

‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story’ Review: A Very Different ‘Story’ Yields Uneven Rewards
Virtually everything about the lengthy title “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” is misleading. For one, it’s less of a crime story — in the “Law & Order,” cops and courtrooms sense — than a biography of Andrew Cunanan, the man who murdered at least five people over a three-month span in 1997. One of those people was iconic fashion designer Gianni Versace, but his relevance to Cunanan’s life, and thus the series overall, is largely symbolic — he’s the American dream, and he’s still damaged.

To the show’s credit, these shifts aren’t problematic or even the most jarring twist on Season 1’s “The People vs. O.J. Simpson.” “Versace” is told in flashforward; it starts with Versace’s death and then works its way back in time through Cunanan’s other homicides and even into his childhood. This structural choice never delivers the emotional
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Quote of the Day: Sarah Jessica Parker on the Launch of #TimesUp

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While promoting the second season of “Divorce” this week in New York City, Sarah Jessica Parker, fresh off the plane from La, where she presented a Golden Globe Award, had a lot to say about being at the launch of #TimesUp. “It was impressive,” she told us. “It has been impressive to watch it come together because we were dubious that it could happen in the time that was presented to us. It was just a very short period of time in which the work organized itself, with a lot of hard work that came from a lot of women. I think that the experience was amazing, and I was so proud to see the enthusiasm [at the Golden Globes] supporting the roll out. That was the official launch of Time’s Up.”

Clearly impacted by the weight of the unveiling of the Time’s Up Initiative, a coalition fighting sexual misconduct,
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Divorce kicks off season 2 by making it official

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The best part of Divorce season one was whenever Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) went at it, or even just crossed paths. It’s the best part of the first episode of season two, as well. But now that the two are officially divorced, does that mean that the most valuable scenes in Divorce…

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'Divorce' Star Sarah Jessica Parker on Season 2’s Big Leap

[This story contains spoilers from the Jan. 14 episode of HBO's Divorce.]

Divorce rather definitively answered its biggest burning question heading into the second season: How long will the Sarah Jessica Parker HBO tragicomedy drag out the divorce between Frances (Parker) and Robert DuFresne (Thomas Haden Church)?

The answer: not long.

The second season opened its shortened eight-episode sophomore run on Sunday with Frances and Robert making their split official, marking their frustrations with a John Hancock and signing their divorce papers. "So, I'm divorced — now what?" Frances flippantly asks her therapist friend Dallas (Talia Balsam) when returning...
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Sarah Jessica Parker on the ‘Divorce’ Season 2 Makeover and the Big Thing That Didn’t Need to Change

Sarah Jessica Parker on the ‘Divorce’ Season 2 Makeover and the Big Thing That Didn’t Need to Change
“Divorce” was never going to be an easy show to make — or to keep making. The word by itself is enough to give people shivers, so asking viewers to watch a marriage fall apart every week is asking a lot.

“First seasons of television are difficult,” Sarah Jessica Parker said in an interview with IndieWire. “Second seasons are difficult for entirely different reasons.”

HBO’s black comedy saw all of those difficulties and more when it debuted softly in fall 2016. Some claimed Parker’s return to HBO was too different from her landmark debut, and mixed reviews combined with meager buzz left the show out in the cold as fall turned to winter and brisk days became bitter nights.

Read More:‘Divorce’ Review: Season 2 Gets a Brighter, Funnier Makeover, But This HBO Comedy Still Cuts Deep

Now, a revamped version is returning in the early months of 2018; a fitting relaunch
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