The former 'Sex and the City' star talked to ET at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her new film, 'Blue Night.'
Cynthia Nixon stopped by "The Wendy Williams Show" today to discuss her run for governor of New York.
Cynthia Nixon brushed off a comment from a politician who referred to her as an “unqualified lesbian” while dismissing her campaign for governor of New York.
Cynthia Nixon has made her decision about running for governor of New York — and it's a go. Watch her video announcement, which reveals her platform.
The drama between the "Sex and the City" gang seems to have been paused amid Kim Cattrall’s brother’s unexpected death.
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon on Today never quite said it, but it sounded like she may be laying the groundwork for a run for New York governor.
“Sex and the City” actress Cynthia Nixon set fans abuzz this week with reports that she’s mulling a starring role in politics.
It may seem odd to call the atmosphere of a TV movie about the attempted assassination of a President “civilized.” But one of the timely contrasts made by "Killing Reagan," premiering Sunday on the National Geographic Channel, is that the political context surrounding the shooting of Ronald Reagan in 1981 seems downright dignified compare with our present, wild, nearly out-of-control election. Framing the shooting of the president by John Hinckley Jr. are scenes of a Reagan, played by Tim Matheson, appearing in debates, tussling with his advisers over how to deal with Russia, and other duties of the office. Directed by Rod Lurie ("The Contender") and based on the Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard book of the same name, "Killing Reagan" features fine performances by Matheson and Cynthia Nixon as Nancy Reagan.