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I Promise...

So I PROMISE that this will not become the daily subject matter of my blog, but for now, I want to respond to some of the comments to yesterday's post and I'm still a little giddy, so I want to share some more about the Sex and the City Movie sequel...

Since I promise to not continue posting about this subject, if you are interested in further details, I'm getting my pictures and info from London's Daily Mail online.

First, yes, yes, yes! There is a sequel!!! It has just started filming and is set to come out May 2010. I had thought that was a really long time away and then had the realization that next year is 2010. 2010! Where has a freaking decade gone? I remember people hording food and money convinced the world was about to crash down on us. Anyway, that my friends is really a post for another day, but I'm at least excited that May 2010 isn't near as far away as I initially thought!

I'm guessing that this photo means there is a "Carrie flash back to the 80's" scene
in the upcoming movie... maybe her coming to the big apple?

Second, Ann (and anyone else in her predicament)... you MUST get yourself to Blockbuster and rent the movie. I think it is probably enjoyable even if you weren't an ardent follower the series.

Here is SJP wearing a fabulous dress in a very regal purple...
Hello Mr. Big...
and again...
and again... there is no such thing as too much Mr. Big in my opinion
and they have started to film Miranda scenes also...
As to your response Robin about having seen the movie a zillion times, me too. I have seen every episode a zillion times and the movie too. I have seen each episode so many times that when I see a shortened and edited episode on regular t.v., I can spot a sentence, a scene, whatever that is cut out and it drives me crazy.
I will of course probably see this movie a zillion times too. Probably multiple times on opening day just like last time (Lisa, put in your time off request now)

Comments

Angela said…
I am a lurker and love your blog but you have finally posted a topic I just have to de-lurk and address. I heart SITC! I had no idea there was a new movie being made. Thank you so much for enlightening me. I now know I must keep myself in a bubble until May so I don't miss out on the premier. lol just kidding. But really thanks for the update and where to find the 411!
Traci said…
I am SO glad that I finally have a blogger friend who loves SATC as much as I do. Sometimes, I will take a weekend off and go through the whole series. AND, everytime it's on HBO, I watch the movie. Plus, I have the movie. I will quote lines with you ANYtime!

One of my favorite, "yea, sass will bite you in the a$%!"
Who said it and what episode was it?

I really hope they tell us the story about how Carrie came to the city. AND Big better not mess up this time around.

Sorry this comment is so long. It's one of my fave topics in the whole world!!!
juls4real said…
Anyone who loves SITC like we do is awesome in my book. Thanks for all the great photos. BIG, yeah, I can look all day at that, and some Smith....


juls
Abby said…
I beg you to please keep the sitc updates coming. I get all of my goods from you!!
Anonymous said…
I have my time off sheet ready to submit...
Lisa
Ann said…
I never watched the TV series when it was airing, but managed to watch all of it when I was home on maternity leave with John. Loved it! I will have to get myself to Blockbuster ASAP.
Bennett is sitting in my lap while we read your blog. As I scrolled down and he saw the picture of SJP with the curly hair, he said "look...it is Kara!"

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