Sarah Jessica Parker And Cynthia Nixon Sex Up The City

September 4th, 2009 // 4 Comments

Sure we’ve seen Sarah Jessica Parker looking fabulous on the set of Sex & The City 2 for a few days now, but this time she’s joined by our favorite red head, Cynthia Nixon. The duo was seen shooting a scene for their new movie today around New York City.

Yesterday we caught Sarah with Chris Noth, leaving everyone to wonder what will happen to the two of them this time around. We even got to see super hot Kim Cattrall being super hot. Who doesn’t love it?

Cynthia and Sarah looked lovely and comfortable on the set today. Nothing too strange, like what was going on here, but just easy, breezy and beautiful. Well, unless you count those heels. Those are strange. What I don’t understand though is why did they cancel the show to just keep making movies? Anyone?

Gallery Info: Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon on the set of Sex & The City 2 in New York City.

By Sabba Rahbar
  1. Kate

    Well, as far as the show goes they wanted to leave on a high. As far as the film goes its less risky especially since the end of the show was such a let down so its certain people will be eager to see the film. Though they are getting older so likely this shall be the last film. Love the lot of them but they aren’t exactly aging well.

  2. Kate

    Well, as far as the show goes they wanted to leave on a high. As far as the film goes its less risky especially since the end of the show was such a let down so its certain people will be eager to see the film. Though they are getting older so likely this shall be the last film. Love the lot of them but they aren’t exactly aging well.

  3. nicola

    i think the TV series had run its course it hadn’t been any good since the 2/3rd series. i read somewhere that the show was more popular on DVD that it ever was on TV. It was the popularity of the show in re-runs and DVD sales that pushed the movie forward.

  4. Lola

    I thought the show was great all the way through its run. They ended it b/c the lead actors were done commiting to the time it takes to film a series. But with a movie, you just need to get them to commit to a few months of work — they’re in, they’re out, and they can decide on a case-by-case basis whether to do another one.

    PS – Are you kidding?! I think they’re aging beautifully! If this is the last movie, it will be b/c they think the story is done, not b/c of age.

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