Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall have spoken out about the fate of the “Sex and the City” franchise. The Sex and the City franchise is dead, but the rumors of a feud between stars Sarah Jessica Parker (who was also a producer of the show and movies) and Kim Cattrall, that’s another story. This year’s popular Feud: Bette and Joan explored the Hollywood legend of the stormy relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, the alleged animosity between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry has spawned hit singles (on both sides), and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his Fast and Furious co-star Tyrese Gibson are keeping fans’s interest with their shady social media posts.
Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones, says her diva demands aren't to blame for the sequel falling apart, insists that co-star/executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker shares some responsibility.
It's not just your Facebook friends. It seems the whole country — including a lot of Hollywood stars — is keyed up about this solar eclipse.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Molly Shannon showed off their moves on the set of "Divorce," turning their few minutes of downtime into a dance party.
International Women’s Day kicked off in style as celebrities flocked to their Instagram accounts to share messages of inspiration, resistance, and solidarity. While not every star took the day off from work, many shared heartfelt sentiments about the “Day Without a Woman” movement, which aims to recognize “the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to our socioeconomic system — while receiving lower wages and experiencing greater inequities, vulnerability to discrimination, sexual harassment, and job insecurity.”
All’s well that ends well — and for many celebrities, the Golden Globes ended perfectly… with pizza, pasta, and fries. It’s no secret that stars spend weeks (and even months) preparing to look their best for the awards show, and that a big part of that prep often involves strict diets and workout regimes. So it should come as no surprise that once the event officially wraps, many of Hollywood’s elite become mere mortals and succumb to the temptations of carbohydrates.
The first season of Divorce wasn’t exactly a pop-culture phenomenon — indeed, I may have to remind you that this is the Sunday-night HBO sitcom that’s not Issa Rae’s Insecure, but rather the one from Sarah Jessica Parker — and it’s a show that elicits strong feelings. The slow, painful process of the dissolution of the marriage of Frances (Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) reached a turning point — a twisty, turny turning point. It almost seemed as though show creator Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe) decided to do some hasty, last-minute rearranging of the cast and narrative.
The second episode of "Divorce" showed that Sarah Jessica Parker’s character, Frances, is bad liar. But we have sympathy, as her life is spiraling out of control.
HBO’s new series Divorce premiered Sunday, and it entertained viewers with hilarious zingers many who’ve been in dysfunctional relationships can appreciate.
Imagine "Sex and the City’s "Carrie Bradshaw a decade older, with two kids, living in upstate New York, and weary of her marriage, having “literally nothing left to say” to Mr. Big — that’s Sarah Jessica Parker in "Divorce."
Twelve years after "Sex and the City" ended its run on HBO, Sarah Jessica Parker is back with a new series. If it’s hard to imagine Parker playing anyone other than Carrie Bradshaw, you will be in for a pleasant surprise with "Divorce," her new entry on HBO. Parker plays Frances in the new dramedy, an unhappy mom of two who has decided to end her marriage of nearly 20 years.
I’d say that "Divorce" is Sarah Jessica Parker’s triumphant return to television, but “triumph” seems too celebratory a word to use in connection with the frequently grim, even depressing new HBO comedy, premiering on Sunday. Frances feels that her marriage to Robert (Thomas Haden Church) has grown stale, and asks for a divorce.
Some would say that people, people who spend time with the one and only Barbra Streisand during her nine-city tour, are the luckiest people in the world. These celebrities who hung with the icon at her tour stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center just might agree with that.
Looking for the perfect page-turner to take to the beach? Perhaps your favorite celebrity can guide you in the right direction. From juicy novels to classic children stories, take a look at what the stars are reading these days.