We say goodbye (for now, we hope) to The Carrie Diaries as last night’s episode “Kiss Yesterday Goodbye” marks the end of a season—and what an ending it was.
The season finale was full of relationship drama, both of the romantic and friendship variety. Everyone is looking fowards to prom and their following summer vacations: Carrie and Walt hope to spend it in the city, Maggie hopes not to spend it alone, and Sebastian hopes to spend it with Carrie. Too bad we can’t always get what we want.
When a secret spills, Carrie turns her back on Maggie and Sebastian, who end up turning to one another. Needless to say, it ends in disaster. In happier news, Dorrit and her boyfriend are going strong—so strong that Dorrit thinks she’s ready to take the next step. Girl, relax! You’re are 15. Mouse and West have also hit a road block towards happy relationship-ville because they can’t go to prom together thanks to her parents’ expectations—or so she thinks.
This finale is full of twists, turns and so many Kyydshaw break ups and reconciliations that you’ll feel dizzy trying to keep up. Fingers crossed for a second season.
Sebastian and Carrie – on again/ off again
The newly separated couple can’t seem to stay away from each other.Sebastian pays Carrie a visit, kind words are exchanged, and the pair decide to give it another shot. There was a very sweet “I love you” on Carrie’s end this time around. It was probably the cutest Kyddshaw moment yet. Just when things start looking up, Carrie finds out that Sebastian was holding out on some important information on her dad. She feels betrayed, decides yet again that their relationship isn’t working out, and breaks up with Sebastian for the second time.
Carrie finds out her dad is dating
The jig is up for Tom Bradshaw after dating around the whole season. Poor Carrie has to figure out how to deal with her father’s new romantic life. Unsurprisingly, she doesn’t take it too lightly. Still (in true Carrie fashion) after rationalizing, she realizes that her dad is lonely and having someone does not mean he has forgotten about her mother or that he has completely come to terms with her death – it just means he’s moving forward.
Maggie Outs Walt
On this week’s Identity Crisis ” episode of the Carrie Diaries, Carrie takes on a different identity as she pretends to be Larissa in order to pick up an important package.
Mouse takes on the personal identity of an authority figure as she tries to spearhead the basketball team.Meanwhile, Maggie spends the episode trying to get a fake I.D. Walt struggles with his own personal identity as he is becoming increasingly aware that he is not who he thought he was. Even Carrie’s dad struggles with his identity as he attends yoga in attempt to become at peace with himself and relieve himself of his tensions.
There’s a whole lot of self-discovery that happens as the gang learns that sometimes you need to accept change especially and also learn how to change because no one is better at being you, than yourself. The Carrie Diaries: an afternoon special featuring sexual innuendos as per usual.
Maggie wants a fake I.D.
The legal drinking age went up to 21, and now Maggie needs a new fake I.D. Luckily for her, Sebastian gives her a hand and by the end of the episode, Maggie has her shiny new card. I feel like this card will get Maggie into trouble sooner or later.
Carrie needs to deliver a package
It’s spring break and Carrie is going to be at Interview all week. She is striving to impress Larissa in hopes that she will be hired for a paid job for the summer. Carrie embarks on a crazy journey as she tries to deliver a package to pop artist Andy Warhol himself.
Sebastian and his mom
Sebastian’s mom is back. Now, not only is she back, but she’s showing up at Sebastian’s high school to unload her burdens on him, and vent about her fighting and love making with his father. Um, ew. Awkward. By the end of the episode, after a heart to heart with Maggie, Sebastian realizes that his parents are better off divorced. They’re a toxic pair and whose relationship is starting to negatively affect Sebastian’s life. Sebastian bravely tells his mom his feelings and she finally realizes that he’s her son, not her therapist whom she can unburden her feelings on. It’s nice to see Sebastian stick up for himself in an assertive way.
Mouse and her master plan for the basketball team
Mouse is now the manager of the basketball team and she has a pass to prove it. Unfortunately, the members of the team are uninspired and can’t seem to work together. She purposely pushes the members too far, causing them to collectively hate her, and fire her. Mouse’s plan works out as under a new banner of mutual hate for her, the team comes finally comes together to play much better. Mouse explains this plan to Thomas West, who is impressed with her scheming and tells her that he’ll miss her. Can these two please just get together already? I’m dying over here.
Carrie pretends to be Larissa
Carrie has to pretend to be Larissa in order to pick up an important, but her change in identity results in an awkward meeting with the girlfriend of the man Larissa is currently sleeping with. Carrie almost gets killed by the guys psycho ex-girlfriend, but makes it out alive all while in a thousand dollar outfit. Did I mention the company she is picking up the package from wants to bribe “Larissa” into featuring an article about their new line by giving her some swag? This is what heaven must look like.
Carrie’s dad and the gum chewer
Carrie’s father has a lot of stress in his life, so he takes up yoga to let loose a little bit. He ends up sitting beside a very attractive but loud gum chewer. After he apologizes for screaming at her about her chewing in front of the yoga class, he ends up in a make out session with her in his car. Mr. Bradshaw sure gets around. When will he daughters find out he’s been dating? I’m impatiently waiting for their reactions. Oh, and Sebastian and Maggie witnessed the car hanky panky. Awkward.
Maggie’s infinity scarf
I’ll say it once, and I’ll say it again, were infinity scarfs in style in the 80′s? While I sometimes question the authenticity of the wardrobe on this show, I do wish I had most items in my closet. This scarf is really unique and combines knit and floral. I’d buy it.
Maggie’s block sweaters
Not sure how these colours work together, but they just do. Maggie’s closet is just full of comfy sweaters, and I’m jealous.
Walt and Bennett
This is my favourite story line because it’s the only one that has lasted more than one episode. Walt and his progression to acceptance plummeted when Bennett kissed him, but then take a turn for the better after he came clean to Donna about his confusion regarding his sexuality. In this episode, Walt goes to the city to have lunch with Carrie, but ends up having lunch with Bennett instead. When Bennett gets caught up with talking to another guy, Walt gets unsurprisingly jealous. Of course, Walt doesn’t understand what those feelings really mean. Does he like Bennett? Is that a bad thing?
Walt opens up to Carrie
This is the moment I have been waiting for: the moment when Walt has a heart to heart with Carrie about who he is. Carrie catches on that Walt isn’t pleased after Bennett’s attention is averted, and starts asking questions. Walt and Carrie discuss his maybe-kind of- definite crush on Bennett, and Carrie reassures Walt that he has nothing to be ashamed of. She tells him that she doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with being gay. Being gay can’t be bad if that’s what Walt is, because Walt is an amazing person. I like that thought process. This was a really sweet part of the episode, and I am so excited to see how Walt’s relationship grows with both Bennet and Carrie after this episode.
Fans were crushed when Veronica Mars (starring Kristen Bell) was cancelled after three seasons in 2007.
Fans were basically devastated when they didn’t get some form of closure. Now, all the fans prayers have pretty much been answered as a Veronica Mars movie is looking like a very strong possible thanks to Kickstarter.
Kickstarter is a means for people to independently fund their projects by persuading the public to invest, which is exactly what creator Rob Thomas did. According to Thomas, the Veronica Mars movie hit $1 million faster than any project before it. The project passed the $3 million mark on Thursday a little after 7:00 p.m.
If Kickstarter can bring Veronica Mars back, just imagine what it could do for the other small, but strongly beloved, TV shows that got the network’s blade. The crowd-sourcing website might actually be the answer to all of our feelings.
Here is a list of all the shows that deserve a movie for closure
Okay, so there was a movie, but thats not enough. Fans have too many feelings for them to all be satisfied by one movie. Creator Joss Whedon told Buzzfeed “So I don’t even entertain the notion of entertaining the notion of doing this, and won’t. Couple years from now, when Nathan [Fillion]‘s no longer [on] Castle and I’m no longer the Tom Hagen of the Marvel Universe and making a giant movie, we might look and see where the market is then. But right now, it’s a complete non-Kickstarter for me.” Ouch. Right in the feels Whedon.
Sarah Michele Gellar starred in the CW’s Ringer for one season before before getting cancelled in 2012. The series finale put all the cards on the table, and fans were never able to see an encounter between the twins Siobhan and Bridget. The show was basically about a pair of twins, one was a psycho murderer who was ruining the life of good twin Bridget. Lame? Not quite as the show was fast paced and intense. So yeah, we need some closure.
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This week on The Carrie Diaries in “The Great Unknown,” Carrie is banned from Manhattan, Dorit runs away, Mouse competes, and Walt rejects Donna.
Thats a lot all in one episode.
To sum it up, Carrie finds herself at odds with her relationship with Sebastian. It’s escalating quickly and that scares her. Another thing that scares her is having Dorit run away to Manhattan when she’s supposed to be watching her. While Carrie deals with her hectic life and her inability to intern at Interview, Mouse is in over her head. When overacheiver Mouse realizes she is just number two in the school, she challenges the person currently occupying number one position to a rubics cube competition. Standard Mouse. Meanwhile, both Dorit and Donna try to take charge of their lives. So much drama, so much chaos, but naturally the episode ends with everyone happy.
I love that about The Carrie Diaries. In the end, everyone is happy and Carrie wraps up the episode with some profound words about life.
Here are the ten major things you missed on “The Great Unknown”
1) Carrie and Sebastian are moving fast
Carrie and Sebastian’s relationship seems to have sky rocketed since the last episode. They are making out in the diner and seeing each other frequently. Of course, Carrie has to psychoanalyze everything, so the fact their relationship is going so well only means disaster. Carrie starts freaking out because what happens if everything they have comes to a screeching halt?
2) Carrie’s father and the aerobics teacher
An aerobics teacher in the city has her sights set on Mr. Bradshaw, and in typical Bradshaw family tradition he thinks way too much about it. He battles morally with whether or not he should pursue a physical relationship with this woman who is practically throwing herself at him. Wow, Mr. Bradshaw. You have a hard life. He eventually comes to his senses and gives in. I wonder if his daughters will find out about their father’s activities. Hmmm…
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In last night’s The Carrie Diaries “Hush Hush” episode, keeping secrets was the theme. Maggie was left with anticipation of if and when Donna will expose her secrets to Walt while at the same time, Carrie weaves her web of lies revolving around her life in the city. You know what they say, what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive.
Sometimes its hard living two lives and in this episode, Carrie finally gets tangled in her web. Still, Carrie isn’t totally punished. This episode has only good things in store for her and the one and only, Mr. Sebastian Kydd. Looks like life isn’t all bad for Carrie Bradshaw. Unfortunately, we can’t say the same for poor Maggie but at least we all know she isn’t the only one in her relationship keeping hefty secrets.
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It was Halloween yesterday on The Carrie Diaries. The episode centered around the goings-on of three halloween parties; the first being in New York, the second being Sebastian’s, and the third being Carrie’s house. Carrie brings Walt with her to the city causing her to play nanny for Larissa, leaving Walt in an uncomfortable situation with a particularly cute guy. Back home, Mouse and Maggie decide to got to Sebastian’s party to “make sure they can tell Carrie what happened.” The moral of this episode seems to be that while being free and independent seems exciting, it’s not, and you’re better off having a support system. Here are the highlights of last night’s episode.
1) Carrie and Sebastian avoid one another
After the events of the last episode, Carrie doesn’t really want to see Sebastian because of the obvious awkwardness. Carrie doesn’t want to see him, or speak to him, after having her heart broken.
2) Larissa’s party
Carrie and Walt hop on a train to go out to a Halloween party Larissa invited them too. As we all know, with Larissa comes shenanigans. She gets so hyped up on drugs; ecstacy (which was apparently legal then) and LSD. Of course she washed that all down with champagne. With no one else to care for Larissa, Carrie found herself looking after Larissa like how she looks after her friends back home. This is the most vulnerable we see Larissa. Her monologue explaining how freedom and being fabulous is just as exhausting as having rules to abide by. It was quite a turning point in the episode, and for Carrie.
3) Sebastian’s party
Drugs, booze, and forbidden friendships, oh my. Mouse gets dragged by Maggie to Sebastian’s party against her wishes. She badly wants to hate Sebastian, as she keeps telling herself what an awful person he is. Cut to Mouse recognizing that Sebastian is actually a good guy and the two having an adorable heart to heart about parents and life. Is this hinting at a Mouse/Sebastian romance? Interesting…
4) Party at the Bradshaw’s
Dorit is home for halloween after her father interrupts her plans to vanadalize a house with toilet paper. She proves to be demon teenage daughter; too much make up, eating the candy, and not wanting anything to do with her father. By the end of the episode Dorit smartens up, and asks her father to hang out for a big – the scary movie she watched really spooked her. Not so tough Dorit? We all knew you were a softie. Cute father/daughter bonding ensued.
5) Dorit’s top
Normally Carrie’s outfits are the event, but Dorit looked ADORABLE in this skull sweater and I don’t like skulls. Well done Wardrobe. Good choice. Can I have this please?
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Yesterdays episode of The Carrie Diaries definitely advanced the plot and developed Carrie’s character more than last week’s. The episode was packed with kisses and misses. It’s nice to see that, like Sex and the City, the show likes to tell the stories of not only Carrie, but her friends too. My favourite inevitable storyline will be Walt’s coming out, or at least him confiding in someone. I assume it will be Carrie. In the books he actually has a love interest. Do you want to see that or are you more interested in Maggie and the sexy police officer she’s keeping on the side? Nevertheless, here are the main things you missed from last nights episode.
Due to missing curfew and the shenanigans that took place last episode, Carrie is grounded for what seems like the entirety of her teenagehood. This means she can’t go out with friends and most importantly, Sebastian.
Green Blazer and Gray Peplum Skirt
My two favourite clothing items worn by Carrie in this episode should be considered a major event in the episode. First, Carrie wore a green blazer with black cuffs and gold buttons. Amazing. She later wore a stunning charcoal gray peplum skirt. I want this girl’s wardrobe. I can’t even talk about the Dior scarf. It’s just not fair.
Sibling bonding time
Due to both being grounded, Dorit and Carrie have had the opppourtunity for serious sisterly bonding time. There was a really cute scene where the two are washing the car and have a soap fight. Of course, things are too good to be true and Carrie puts her relationship with her sister on the line for some time with Sebastian.
Walt and Maggie trouble in paradise
Maggie and Walt seem to lack intimacy, and weirdly enough it’s because of Walt. We all remember the strong implications from last week that Walt is not interested in women, so it’s almost painful to watch Maggie feel completely undesirable as Walt repeatedly refuses any kind of intimacy.
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Last night was the premiere of The Carrie Diaries, a prequel to Sex in the City, that is supposed to follow Carrie Bradshaw in her teen years. In the pilot we see her lose her childhood innocence and her personality grow into what we we’re used to with older-Carrie. Teen Carrie has more tamed hair, better looking love interests, and a growing wardrobe. If you missed it, here are the big events of the episode. Yes. Carrie Bradshaw’s hair will ALWAYS be “an event.”
1) Carrie’s hair is not big enough
As someone who battles the curl and the frizz and volume that comes with it, I’ve always identified with Carrie Bradshaw’s unruly curly hair. Younger Carrie Bradshaw has beautiful curls that stay in place and are unfairly tame. Naturally curly hair does NOT look like this.
2) Carrie’s family
Carrie’s mom passed away recently leaving her 14-year-old sister Dorit especially angsty (drinking, drugs, you name it), and her father unsure how to be both maternal and paternal. The two sisters give very believable performances in their rivalry and resulting truce. Of course, I side with Carrie the eldest, and my younger sister sides with Dorit.
After Dorrit defaced her mother’s purse so that Carrie wouldnt get to have it because “she gets everything,” we see Ms. Bradshaw do the most in character thing yet — she splashes nail polish all over the purse, and paints “Carrie” in fuchsia pink cursive writing. Amazing.
4) Carrie’s friends
I miss Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha…but I like her three new friends Mouse, Walt, and Maggie. Like the friends in Sex in the City, the friends talk mainly about sex, and boys…which excludes Walt. A great moment is when Mouse talks about losing her virgnity, and Maggie follows. Shocker? Maggie is dating Walt. This is not because Walt seems a tad too well dressed with his polos and popped collar. Maggie claims Walt wants to keep it a secret, Walt claims he never slept with her. The ending montage puts an end to all our questions and suspicions
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Although I haven’t read any of The Carries Diaries, I’ve read and watched Sex and the City in it’s entirety. I know, groan right? Deal with it. Anyway, I’ve secretly been looking forward to CW’s new series The Carries Diaries, based on Candace Bushnell’s prequel to original book. Based on the trailer though, I can’t say I’m thrilled at Carrie before sex, the city and Mr. Big.
I like AnnaSophia Robb as Carrie and the fashion (even sans Patricia Field) looks drool-worthy. But the plot seems uber stereotypical. Carrie accepts an internship at a prestigious law firm. Upon meeting a stylish magazine editor she’s immersed in the world of urban culture and clubs.
It’s all, Carrie goes to Manhattan, meets a wicked-cool fashionista, gets sent a free high couture gown, goes to a high profile event. I’m sure hilarious hijinks ensue but this would never happen in real life.
Why not try reality: Carrie goes to Manhattan, scrapes by in a tiny house which shares with a bunch of other interns, does coffee runs ALL DAY, and scrapes together a few bucks for a non-alcoholic Cosmo (she’s way underage). I think that’s a much more interesting storyline anyway rather than the excessive glitz. All I can say is, I think HBO’s version would have been a little different.
Watch it here:
We finally have the first official shots of the
luckiest young girl in Hollywood AnnaSophia Robb who is playing Carrie Bradshaw in the Sex and the City prequel.
I’m a huge fan of the TV show and first movie (not the second) and they managed to make young Carrie look fresh while still channeling the 80s. The costume designer Eric Daman also managed to stay consistent with Patricia Field’s original styling though I hope to see more of the thrift-store look Carrie had in the first two seasons of the show.
The Carrie Diaries will air on the CW. Are you excited for the show?
We know you’ve been waiting with bated breath. The CW finally announced AnnaSophia Robb, best known as Violet in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, will play Carrie Bradshaw in the pilot for Carrie Diaries.
Robb will take on Sarah Jessica Parker’s role, 20 years previous to her sex column. The show is based on Candace Bushnell’s book of the same name, and chronicle’s Carrie’s high school life in the 80s.
The whole concept is still strange to me. I’m a huge Sex and the City fan (minus the movies) but the show barely mentions Bradshaw’s family life. I never read the book so I’m just trying to imagine Carrie with a younger sister named Dorrit.
On the brink of the Oscars coming, full attention is being put on various award shows to see what kind of foreshadowing will occur. Somehow, though, I don’t think the Razzies will have a great effect on who will win or lose at the Oscars.
The 2011 Golden Raspberry Awards were handed out last night, and here’s a list of the “winners”.
“The Last Airbender”
Ashton Kutcher, “Killers” and “Valentine’s Day”
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon “Sex and the City 2?
Worst Supporting Actress
Jessica Alba, “The Killer Inside Me,” “Little Fockers,” “Machete” and “Valentine’s Day”
Worst Supporting Actor
Jackson Rathbone, “The Last Airbender,” “Eclipse”
Worst Eye-Gouging Mis-Use of 3-D
“The Last Airbender”
Worst Screen Couple/Screen Ensemble
The entire cast of “Sex and the City 2?
M. Night Shyamalan, “The Last Airbender”
“The Last Airbender,” written by M. Night Shyamalan
Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel
“Sex and the City 2?
I haven’t seen many of the movies on this list, but by the looks of the commercial, “The Last Airbender” probably should win this title. I’m not a fan of M. Night Shyamalan, so I’m glad he won Worst Director as well. Very glad. I mean, have you seen The Happening? So, so, bad.
I’m not surprised the entire cast of Sex and the City 2 won Worst Actress and Sequel. I knew that movie would get ripped to shreds the moment it came out – nobody likes a sequel. But in all honestly, the movie isn’t that bad. Sure, all they do is shop, complain, and have sex, but that’s far better than something like “Mean Girls 2″ or “Leprechaun 2″…. seriously.
I think the Razzies are fun and take the seriousness out of award seasons… I mean really, are movies that important? People treat it like it’s a life or death situation during the oscars. It’s a golden little statue, people!
The glamorous women of Sex and the City jetted to Las Vegas last night – well all of them, but one. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin David and Cynthia Nixon were all in Sin City to accept the honour of winning this year’s Ensemble Award at ShowWest, a movie industry convention, but Kim Cattrall was nowhere to be found, according to E! Online.
This time, it is not because of gossip or a feud, she was simply busy starring in a West End production of Noel Coward’s play Private Lives, in London.
The girls joked about her absence, and expressed their fondness to the smokin’ 53-year-old actress.
“We don’t like her, so she’s gone,” Parke joked backstage. “We’ve actually been emailing with her for the last three or four hours. The next time you see us, we will be complete.”
Nixon added, “We miss her.”
Sex and the City star Kim Catrall, 52, has broken up with her Canadian boyfriend of several years, reports OK Magazine. He was 20 years her junior and worked as a chef.
“They realized that they were at different points in their lives,” said a friend. “They still care about each other and will remain friends.”
Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker, 44, and husband Matthew Broderick, 47, are the proud parents of twin girls, Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge, according to E! Online.
The babies were born Monday at 3:58 p.m. via a surrogate mother in Martins Ferry, Ohio. “The babies are doing beautifully and the entire family is over the moon,” the couple said in a statement. Both babies were reportedly healthy. Marion Loretta Elwell weighed 5 lbs., 11 oz. at birth, while Tabitha Hodge was 6 lbs.
People reported Elwell and Hodge are both family names taken from Parker’s side. The newest additions to the Parker-Broderick clan will join the couple’s six-year-old son, James Wilkie.
Bradley Cooper gained two important things from shooting his upcoming hyped summer comedy flick The Hangover.
The first being his now refined Yoda-like knowledge of throwing the perfect bachelor party- which he says should include condoms, a muppet, and lots of ice.
But the second, and by far gaining the most buzz, is Cooper’s promotion of a lifetime from a working actor, to well, a movie star.
Only, if you ask the humble 34-year-old North Philly about the hype, you’ll suddenly be hauled back down to earth.
“I don’t feel any of that and maybe I should,” Cooper tells andPOP modestly, trying to keep the excitement at bay. A failed attempt, considering Warner Bros. Entertainment already gave the green light to a sequel in 2011 even before the current film hits theaters on June 5.
“I will admit this though,” he says, “I do have a bigger role in the movie than usual which I really liked.”
Mark your calendars, “Sex and the City” fans – the sequel to last summer’s hit TV show adaptation will arrive in theatres on May 28, 2010.
Variety reports that all four stars – Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon – will return, along with writer-director Michael Patrick King.
It’s official: Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda will return to the big screen.
A sequel to the “Sex and the City” movie is in the works, with all four female leads — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon — aboard the new project, movie studio New Line confirmed Thursday.
The script will be written by Michael Patrick King, who wrote and directed the first movie.
“I’m very excited to work with these amazing actresses again and would love to give everyone more information about the sequel,” King said in a statement, adding jokingly, “… but I’m busy with my Sex life.”
King also worked on the hit “SATC” cable TV series, which ended its six-year run in 2004.
The show’s leap to the big screen last year was a box-office success, grossing $415 million worldwide.
The sequel is tentatively scheduled to hit theatres in 2010.
The “Sex And The City” movie broke box-office records by becoming the biggest romantic-comedy opening of all time, but is there another one in store for Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte? The answer is maybe.
When asked by MTV News if a “Sex And The City” sequel is a possibility, Sarah Jessica Parker said, “We are talking about it. We’ve had very general conversations about the idea. That’s the big hurdle: the idea. The studio is very enthusiastic, which is lovely and seductive. We’re at the place where [writer/director] Michael [Patrick King] has a wealth of stories so now it’s, ‘We think we have this story and how do we put this together and are we completely sure that it’s the right thing to do?’ ”
As for a shooting date for the sequel, Parker told MTV News next summer could be a possibility, “I think it’s a realistic timetable. That’s when we’d start shooting to be out in 2010. But that means we need to figure this out in the next couple of months.”
And the casting of teenage Carrie Bradshaw begins.
According to E! News, Since HarperCollins announced that ‘Sex and the City’ author Candace Bushnell has signed a deal to write two novels focusing on Bradshaw’s high school years, rumours are starting that a television or movie adaptation are soon to follow.
But if the book series does move to the little (or big) screen, will Selena Gomez play the young Bradshaw?
“That’s not really the audience I’m going for,” Gomez, 16, tells E! News. “I mean, my mom loves the show and it’s a very popular show, but that’s not the direction I’m looking to take at this time.”
How about Miley Cyrus?
“I’d love to do a younger, cleaner version of Sex and the City,” Cyrus, 15, once said in an interview. “I like to think of myself as the girl that no one can get, that no one can keep in their hand.”