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Sarah Jessica Parker is pissed!
The “Sex and the City” star is reportedly mad at director/writer Michael Patrick King. Apparently, she blames him for the less enthusiastic response from the fans after watching “Sex and the City 2.” Personally, I think she had every reason to be. If you ask me, a major reason for its flop was all those puns that were thrown in non-stop at almost every conversation.
King had previously directed the first SATC movie and a lot of the TV...Read Full Story
With “February sweeps” right around the corner–one of the “sweeps months” when networks pull out all the stops to juke ratings so that, based on those increased viewership numbers, they can set ad prices for the rest of the year–I wanted to talk about the recent dustup over CBS’ new hit sitcom 2 Broke Girls, which will resume airing new episodes next week.
Michael Patrick King and the 2 Broke Girls at the TCA Event
A few weeks ago at the Television Critics Association’s (TCA) Winter Press...Read Full Story
Sex and the City fans can rest now as, Michael Patrick King, the man who helmed both the TV series and the feature films has denied any interest in adapting the prequels based on the novels by Candance Bushnell. There has been many rumours swirling around lately that instead of continuing the story, the next film would be based on Carrie Bradshaw´s younger self. Michael Patrick King was quick to clear up the rumours during the Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday.: "I'm not...Read Full Story
Sex and the City 2 director Michael Patrick King
John Oliver discusses the Brits’ general misery, Lewis Black reports on Glenn Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s and everyone’s shocked to learn that the director of Sex and the City 2 is gay.
As Jon Stewart puts it, “After six excruciating weeks of campaigning, one whole day of voting [...]Read Full Story
After taking a hiatus to direct the two Sex and the City movies, Michael Patrick King is reportedly making his long-awaited return to television in a pilot that has been picked up by CBS.
King has co-written a television show, Two Broke Girls, with comedian Whitney Cummings that is the complete antithesis of his previous glamorous and trend-setting show, Sex and the City.
Two Broke Girls is set in New York City and follows the lives of two girls who, as the the title suggests, are broke. It...Read Full Story
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