Cattrall will play the role of a middle-aged wife and mother who, according to the character description, "rediscovers her sexuality and begins to question her place in the world." The American adaptation of Sensitive Skin is set in New York. A middle-aged New Yorker exploring her sexuality--why does that sound familiar? The series is Cattrall's second post-SATC project for HBO; she produced and starred in the 2005 documentary Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence.
I tried and tried to get into Sex and the City, but two things stood in my way. One, I have testicles, and two, I just don't think the narrative was that strong. I thought I'd like it because it was about NYC and had sex and women in it and the main character was a writer, but it just never happened.
Of course, we now have the big screen adaptation of the series coming on May 30, and people who have never seen the show, but plan on seeing the movie (not sure who that would be, but maybe there are some), and fans of the show who haven't watched it in a while might need a primer. Well, BuzzSugar has taken care of that for you. They list the 12 essential episodes you have to watch before you see the big screen flick. There are two episodes from season one, one from season two, three from season three, two from season four, one from season five, and three from season six (this is in addition to the first and last episodes).
How many of you are planning to see the movie?
After treating fans in early December with a teaser that practically gave nothing away (especially if you were keeping up with movie spoilers), New Line Cinema released today the official movie trailer filled with Sex and the City goodness! This trailer, in HD format no less, not only confirms some of the spoilers that have been posted on the net over the past months, but also gives fans some fresh info about the four ladies.
A few days ago, New Line Cinema, via their official SatC blog, posted the hi-res version teaser poster they released mid-January (see picture on the right) of the romantic comedy set to be released on May 30.
Don't get me wrong, it is a fashionable-looking trailer and it is really nice to see Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda still together but it doesn't provide much information on the movie other than the fact the ladies will be wearing various dresses and undergarments, that they will attend an auction, that Carrie will wear a wedding dress and that she still is with big. In fact, it's more a teaser than a trailer. Or maybe I'm just too spoiled on the subject! Let's hope the next trailers offer more for us to bite on.
Slight spoilers ahead!
Spoilers for the upcoming Sex and the City movie have been quite popular here at TV Squad. Since our last crop, a lot of information and pictures have made their way to the world wide web... so did the news that some of these spoilers may actually be foilers, or at least not the entire truth!
Spoilers and/or foilers after the jump!
Following is Cattrall's sexpert footsteps is Desperate Housewives' Felicity Huffman. On January 23rd, Huffman and co-author Patricia Wolff will release A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend: What Every Girl Needs to Know. Felicity is one half of Hollywood super couple Filliam H. Muffman, or so she and husband William H. Macy were dubbed by Stephen Colbert. She obviously knew how to snag her man and, well, she plays a sexy lady on TV so what advice does she have to offer the unglamorous among us? Here's a peak:
Nissan has pulled a new advertisement starring Kim Cattrall from New Zealand television, following complaints about its content. In the ad, Cattrall makes all sorts of sexually suggestive comments about the new Nissan Tiida, saying thinks like "It's so big!" and "That great body and the way you moved it." While the New Zealand censors approved of the ad, the public did not.