'The West Wing' alum and 'Sex and the City' grad will play Ronald and Nancy Reagan, respectively. read more
Tim Matheson has been cast as President Ronald Reagan and Cynthia Nixon as First Lady Nancy Reagan in the adaptation of Bill O’Reilly’s book Killing Reagan, for National Geographic Channel. And, in a Hitchockian move, O’Reilly will have...Show More Summary
The Greenhouse Theater Center on Tuesday announced the 12-play lineup for its inaugural "Solo Celebration!" series, including a Chicago premiere directed by "Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon and world premieres from local playwrights Phillip Dawkins and Brett Neveu. The series runs June-February....
EXCLUSIVE: Cynthia Nixon, Brian Geraghty, Marin Ireland and newcomer Michael Trotter have been cast in The Evening Hour, an indie drama adaptation of Carter Sickels’ 2012 debut novel. Elizabeth Palmore is writing the screenplay, and Braden King is directing. Show More Summary
How Cynthia Nixon, the creative minds behind the Tony-winning musical Fun Home, and the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations joined together for one amazing New York night.
It's been almost six years since we've seen the ladies of Sex and the City on the big screen. And even though the 2010 sequel was met with mixed criticism from fans, some people are still interested in having another go! One of those people is Cynthia Nixon, who said she would "love" to film another movie [...]
What a Miranda thing to say! It's somehow been five and a half years since Sex and the City dropped its second movie, so naturally it's about time for rumors of a third installment to start popping up. Sarah Jessica Parker first stirred the pot back in September by giving an update on the franchise, but now [...]
#nightbefore #oscars #MPTF mini- reunion with Cynthia Nixon and Chris Noth. Wish everyone was with us ???? #satc A photo posted by iamkristindavis (@iamkristindavis) on Feb 28, 2016 at 9:16am PST Who knows if another Sex and the City movie...Show More Summary
Richard Brody reviews Terence Davies’s A Quiet Passion, a new film about Emily Dickinson starring Cynthia Nixon, for The New Yorker. “I’m thrilled to say that it’s an absolute drop-dead masterwork,” says Brody, who caught a screening of the film at the Berlin Film Festival. And: Not that I don’t have other paradigms, but the […]
Cynthia Nixon, forever Miranda of Sex and the City but also the star of the new Emily Dickinson biopic A Quiet Passion, thinks that the late Amherst-born poet would’ve loved Twitter. …Read More
Broad City—a show about two women who run around New York City partying, living and pegging all over the place—is finally returning on February 17. Here’s the trailer for Season 3, which features Ilana wearing a dog hoodie and Abbi pondering the possibility of a gynecologist-slash-bikini-waxer. Read more...
by Bill Pearis Broad City has just released the first good look at the upcoming new season, which debuts February 17 on Comedy Central. The Season 3 trailer doesn't feature guest star Hilary Clinton, but I did spot Cynthia Nixon...
Cynthia Nixon talks "Sex and the City" on Watch What Happens Live!
This apparently bears repeating. But, really, Sarah Jessica Parker is NOT Carrie Bradshaw. Never was, never will be. Related: Cynthia Nixon Says All SATC Plots Were Real In a new, short interview with the Wall Street Journal, the actress once again reiterates this fact while talking about how much she enjoys the challenge of taking on new roles: "I [...]
So someone on the Sex and the City writing staff was actually dumped via Post-It note? And someone else dated a politician who secretly wanted to be peed on? And yet another dated a comic book artist with awesome weed who still lived with his parents?! According to Cynthia Nixon, AKA Miranda Hobbes on the show, all of [...]
Writer-director Josh Mond has an interesting arrangement with his longtime friends Sean Durkin and Antonio Campos, who are partners at Borderline Films. While one of the three is writing and directing a feature, the other two are there along the way, producing the movie and offering support in myriad ways. Show More Summary
Say what?? Cynthia Nixon, one of the stars of the most popular HBO show ever, Sex and the City just revealed that the stories on the show were all 100% totally real. Turns out, that this was actually a rule for the writers - that the sexcapades could not be fiction. It makes…
"O" what a revelation! "Sex and the City" actress Cynthia Nixon revealed a dirty fun fact about all those sex scenes in a recent interview with "IMDB Asks." Turns out, they were real! Or at least, were based on real stories. "They had...Show More Summary
When watching Sex and the City, one thinks that certain storylines were totally made up, but no, says Cynthia Nixon, who played lawyer Miranda Hobbes, who insists that there was a rule that said unless something actually happened to someone in the cast, or the writers’ room, they wouldn’t include it in the show. Show More Summary
The sexual story lines on Sex and the City seemed fairly ridiculous at times and yet, also, relatable. That’s probably because they actually happened to someone in real life, according to Cynthia Nixon, aka Miranda, who once screwed a guy who enjoyed dirty talk and an occasional finger in his ass. Read more...