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Which is why we ended up in Mexico in the original, then Abu Dhabi in the sequel. Because we don’t need the cameos: As with the tropical locales, the movies try to dazzle and wow us with celebrities. Because we don’t want another “Lawrence of my labia” situation: Do we? Because bigger isn’t always better: The movies seem to feel they need to go big (lowercase “B”) or go home.In 1982, Sarah Jessica Parker, who 16 years later would play Carrie Bradshaw on “Sex and the City,” played a smart, suburban teenage outsider on Anne Beatts’ paean to high school unpopularity, “Square Pegs.” And now Carrie Bradshaw is being played as a smart, suburban teenage outsider, in 1984, by Anna Sophia Robb, in a rather charming “Sex and the City” prequel, “The Carrie Diaries,” premiering Monday on the CW.Apart from the hair (crinkly) and the height (short), Robb does not particularly resemble the young Parker, whom she is playing, in a sense, and whose features are delicate where Parker’s are strong.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA's App Choices app here.
” Looking back, we realize this post was basically just a honey trap to trick you into reading about how much we want a is four percent fresh. We don’t need new characters either, like whoever Jennifer Hudson played in the first movie, or unnecessary reunions, like when Carrie saw Aidan ( John Corbett) halfway around the world. NEWS: Check out Sarah Jessica Parker’s best ever fashion moments The CW 6. They have some of the biggest stars in the world, witches are all the rage now, and the fans want it. Especially because SJP says she’d do : @Jarett Says Yep I'm in.We want the basics -- which might not be good enough for movie theaters these days. Because we’re actually excited for SJP’s, where she’ll play a woman named Frances who realizes making a clean break isn’t as easy as she may have thought. They have some of the biggest stars in the world, witches are all the rage now, and the fans want it. The ball's in their court.”She later clarified, “Inundate the Disney company, because I have canvassed the girls and they are wiling to do it, but we have no say in it, so if you want a HOCUS POCUS 2, ask the Walt Disney company... If it’ll be a hit or a miss, and with this one, we hear y’all loud and clear! It’s a bad business decision not to reunite the Sanderson sisters. A sequel is totally in The Disney company’s hands -- and it will be exciting to see what transpires! We just want Carrie and her friends living their day-to-day life in New York City. But we don’t need Miley Cyrus, or Liza Minnelli, or Tim Gunn (no disrespect to Tim Gunn).We don’t need new characters either, like whoever Jennifer Hudson played in the first movie, or unnecessary reunions, like when Carrie saw Aidan (John Corbett) halfway around the world. NEWS: Check out Sarah Jessica Parker’s best ever fashion moments sequel yet?! Bette Midler has said she’d do it too: In a Reddit AMA, Bette responded to a fan who asked about the sequel by saying, “chuckles You have to go to send in your cards to the Walt Disney company. And obviously Kathy Najimy is ready: Najimy told Buzz Feed News, “When a film is being shot, you never quite know the impact.