"I will call you in five years and you will see if these characters are further fleshed out."
She'll play Don Johnson's ex-wife.
His new series 'Two Broke Girls' will examine New York City life from the perspective of ... well, guess.
We hear King's studio was looking for a deal that would guarantee at least the production of a pilot.
The show revolves around the straight owner of an upscale/cutting-edge hair salon who finds himself having a midlife crisis.
Our spies stubbornly refused to tell us just what the show's about.
Meryl Streep, Sandra Bullock, and Oprah Winfrey Will Star in Michael Patrick King’s Sex and the City 2 Follow-up
Too many stars!
Plus: 'Glee''s Quinn to date an alien.
List of winners here.
Plus: Neil Young becomes Ed Begley Jr., and Ben Gibbard picks a fight with Bob Seger!
Finding a pooch that humps on command wasn’t easy.
Plus: David Gordon Green is just about finished with artsy personal projects, it seems.
Plus: Joss Whedon still thinks 'Waterworld' was a great idea.
"My mind thinks like that all the time, coming up with crazy clever metaphors and rhymery thingies."
Plus: Quotes from Will Smith and James L. Brooks!
We don't care that Chris Noth was maybe joking!
New Line finalizes deal to produce Sex and the City movie, with series creator Michael Patrick King writing and directing and all four stars participating. Kim Cattrall had held things up with contract demands but receives a deal for a future show at HBO as part of negotiations for this project. [Variety]
strong>Albrecht Moving Toward Sex Onscreen?: Deposed HBO head Chris Albrecht is reportedly working behind the scenes to get a Sex and the City movie produced. Cast is ready, creator Michael Patrick King is ready, and Albrecht is assembling distributors. Albrecht will also appear in a cameo as "Abusive Guy in Casino." [Variety]