On Sunday, SJP shared the teaser trailer for "And Just Like That...," starring her, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon.
“I know she feels like she’s standing up for feminism, but I don’t get it," the "Sex and the City" star and "Harry Potter" fan says.
Celebrities hit back at Fox News’ Tucker Carlson en masse Friday after he dedicated a segment of his primetime show to criticizing them for donations they made to bail out those arrested during the protests and to charities to fight racial injustice.During Friday’s show, Carlson read a list of celebrity names, as footage of violent protesting, fires and looting ran behind him. The combination suggested that celebrities were “funding this chaos” by donating to Black Lives Matter and other groups that pay to get “violent rioters out of jail.”“Big companies — cynical, soulless, craven corporations like Pepsi, Intel and AirBnB — are funding this chaos. They’re giving money to Black Lives Matter which is pushing to defund the police. But it isn’t just major corporations that are fueling all of this. Celebrities are, too, by paying to get violent rioters out of jail,” Carlson said.Tucker Carlson thinks he’s outing celebrities pic.twitter.com/Xm8ie64rbF— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) June 6, 2020Also Read: Fox News Apologizes for Graph on Market Reactions to Civil Unrest: 'Never Should Have Aired'Among those Carlson named was Rapper Lil Nas X.“Rapper Lil Nas X urged his 4.7 million Twitter followers to donate to bail groups in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and elsewhere,” Carlson said. “Imagine if he had used those followers instead to help small businesses destroyed by the riots he helped incite.”The rapper reposted to Carlson, tweeting, “this man just lied and told millions of people on national television that i was inciting riots. you can’t make this up.”this man just lied and told millions of people on national television that i was inciting riots. you can’t make this up. https://t.co/RVbs6oPx9w— nope (@LilNasX) June 6, 2020Seth Rogen took the critique in stride, writing, “I think when white supremacists are bothered by your actions, that’s probably a good thing.” He responded to Lil Nas X, too, saying, “F— this pasty a–hole.”I think when white supremacists are bothered by your actions, that’s probably a good thing.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) June 6, 2020Also Read: Michael Jordan Pledges $100 Million to Fight Racial InjusticeHalsey, also on Carlson’s list, replied to both of them:Ahh my fellow “Domestic terrorists”. Fuck Fox News.— h (@halsey) June 6, 2020Patton Oswalt shared a screenshot of an email from his mom calling him a “good boy.”“Got this e-mail from my mom when she heard about Tucker Carlson doing his celebrity roll-call bulls— on his show. I love her,” he captioned it.Rob Delaney joked about collaborating with Cynthia Nixon on a radical new show, as her picture appeared on screen at the same time as his while Carlson read the list of celebrities who have offered support.Tucker Carlson not enthused about my new collab with @CynthiaNixon, Antifa Virgin Dad: (I’d Like to Have) Sex in the City. pic.twitter.com/WUwZMzZ2Ii— rob delaney (@robdelaney) June 6, 2020Read original story Lil Nas X, Seth Rogen and Other Celebs Hit Back at Tucker Carlson for Disparaging Their Donations At TheWrap
Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died, his son Ben Stiller shared on social media early Monday — and remembrances of the Seinfeld and King of Queens star quickly followed.
For now and maybe forever, "Sex and the City" fans will have to travel back in time to see the fierce foursome as friends — which we do here.
Cynthia Nixon, aka Miranda from "Sex and the City," can identify some issues with her show and its cast, 20 years later.
Ryan Murphy has announced 10 actors who will star in his upcoming Netflix drama “Ratched,” including Judy Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Sharon Stone and Corey Stoll. Also joining the cast of the “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” prequel series, which will star Sarah Paulson in the titular role, are Jon Jon Briones, Charlie Carver, Harriet Harris, Hunter Parrish, Amanda Plummer and Finn Wittrock. “‘Ratched’ on Netflix starts shooting in a couple weeks,” Murphy wrote in a post on Instagram on Monday. “On behalf of myself and Ms. Sarah Catharine Paulson who plays the title role and is also a big fancy producer on it, we are thrilled to announce our amazing cast…a true murderers’ row of talent. So many of these actors are supremely talented folks who Sarah and I have both longed to work with.” Also Read: Ryan Murphy's Nurse Ratched Series With Sarah Paulson Lands at Netflix He continued, “More to come, but come on…Sarah, Cynthia, Judy, Amanda and Sharon, all doing scenes together? I cannot WAIT.” View this post on Instagram "RATCHED" on Netflix starts shooting in a couple weeks. On behalf of myself and Ms. Sarah Catharine Paulson who plays the title role and is also a big fancy producer on it, we are thrilled to announce our amazing cast…a true murderers’ row of talent. So many of these actors are supremely talented folks who Sarah and I have both longed to work with. The Ratched Principal Players, in alphabetical order: JON JON BRIONES, CHARLIE CARVER, JUDY DAVIS, HARRIET HARRIS, CYNTHIA NIXON, HUNTER PARRISH, AMANDA PLUMMER, COREY STOLL, SHARON STONE AND FINN WITTROCK. More to come, but come on…Sarah, Cynthia, Judy, Amanda and Sharon, all doing scenes together? I cannot WAIT. A post shared by Ryan Murphy (@mrrpmurphy) on Jan 14, 2019 at 2:34pm PST “Ratched” is set in the 1940s and centers on the professional beginnings for a young version of the villainous Nurse Ratched, who originated in the 1962 Ken Kesey novel, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Also Read: From Ryan Murphy to Shonda Rhimes: How Streaming Raided Top TV Talent in 2018 Michael Douglas, producer of the 1975 Milos Forman-directed film adaptation, and Murphy are executive producers on the prequel project, written by Evan Romansky. Netflix previously handed the series a two-season, 18-episode order. Produced by Fox 21 Television Studios, “Ratched” was one of the final series Murphy developed at the studio before moving over to Netflix with a rich overall deal last year. Read original story ‘Ratched': Cynthia Nixon, Corey Stoll, Sharon Stone Among 10 to Join Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Drama At TheWrap
The actress and activist was upbeat after conceding the Democratic primary election for New York governor to incumbent Andrew Cuomo.
We have a reality TV star in the White House, a "Sex and the City" alum making a bid for New York governor. So why wouldn't Richard Gere be considering running for Congress in New York?
In a victory that shocked not only the Democratic Party, but also the entire political spectrum, 28-year-old Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated veteran Congressman Joe Crowley in the New York primary. Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning win has many thinking about the changes she, and other candidates like her, could bring to New York. The new politician ran on a progressive platform similar to that of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, whom many pegged as a radical.
Cue "Pomp and Circumstance" and get ready to hear life advice from some of the most successful celebrities we know.
Catch up on the latest pop culture headlines, from Jared Leto's new Joker film to Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik's romantic reunion.
Kick off your Thursday with news about a "Bachelorette" star's sexual assault claim and Cynthia Nixon's plans to keep campaigning despite not making the cut.
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.