We've already had "Sex and the City" a whopping two times on the big screen, but according to star Sarah Jessica Parker, the franchise might be up for one more roll in the hay: At a recent event promoting her new digital series, "City Ballet," SJP admitted to Extra that she thinks there's still enough juice left in the Carrie Bradshaw narrative to squeeze out a third film.
"I've been saying...there is one story left to tell," she said. "If it's, in fact, the right time and the right place that maybe we should tell it. It would be wonderful. It’s fun to ponder."
Why, yes! Yes, it is. So, let's ponder together: Is a third "Sex and the City" movie something we want? Should Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha be reunited one last time? Or do we all need to just let it die, already, and get our urban sex comedy fix somewhere else? What do you think?
Klaus wants to be king of New Orleans, but are you eager to watch him chase the throne? That's the big question after last night's "Vampire Diaries" episode, "The Originals," which served as a back-door pilot for a potential spin-off centering around the ancient hybrid and his family.
If the numbers are to be believed, not as many of you as we would have expected are ready to submit to Klaus' rule. In fact, the ratings were nothing to write home to Mystic Falls about. According to Entertainment Weekly, viewership was actually down 10 percent from the last episode and 30 percent from the season average. So while the fate of the series rests in the hands of some TV executives, we'd like to know what you think. Are you ready to bite into a full season of "The Originals"? Vote in our poll after the jump!
If the longish, loose, shoulder-grazing bob wasn't already this spring's hottest haircut, it certainly is now! None other than Jennifer Lawrence stepped out at the GLAAD Awards this weekend with her honey-colored tresses in a freshly cropped, layered 'do with breezy sideswept bangs. It's a pretty major change for the actress, who's been sporting long, wavy locks a la Farrah Fawcett ever since she came on the Hollywood scene—and you know what, we think it looks fabulous.
See the look from every angle by clicking on the photo above!
But knowing that the public doesn't always love it when their favorite stars make a drastic style change, let's take it to the polls! Is Jennifer's new hairdo a trendsetting winner that'll inspire Emma-Watson's-pixie levels of copycat chops? Or do you wish she'd left her tresses bigger, long and uncut?
In case you were too busy staring at Channing Tatum to get the message, the 2013 MTV Movie Awards are fast approaching, which means it's pretty much all movies, all the time until April 14. And we're not the only ones excited about our annual handing-out of Golden Popcorns.
Our friends over at Seventeen are hosting a poll in which you (yes, YOU!) will pick the Biggest Teen Badass of the year. Is it Chloe Grace Moretz in "Kick-Ass 2"? Logan Lerman in "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters"? Lily Collins in "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones"? Or Jaden Smith in "After Earth"?
Cast your vote after the jump, and find out who wins during our Movie Awards celebration!
All eyes were on Jennifer Lawrence at last night's Academy Awards ceremony...and not simply because she took a tumble accepting her Best Actress statuette. No, the "Silver Linings Playbook" starlet stunned in a form-fitting, blush-colored Dior Haute Couture gown that was so on-trend with the night's fair frocks.
But once the big show wrapped, the 22-year-old stepped out (statuette in hand) in a much different look for the annual Vanity Fair Oscar party, and, well, that was a dress. Jennifer accentuated all of her curves in a metallic sparkler by Calvin Klein, which complemented her friend Oscar rather perfectly.
Of course, both gowns captured very different moods (elegant vs. sexy), but we want you to make the call: Which look was loveliest? Vote in our poll!
After so many months of waiting, we were terribly excited to spend our Valentine's Day last week with one Ethan Wate (and the rest of the cast of "Beautiful Creatures.") But after that blissful, romantic, black-magical two hours beneath the live oaks, it might be time for us to sit down, sip some sweet tea, and have that awkward but all-important talk about Where This Relationship Is Going. After all, there are three more volumes in the "Caster Chronicles," the literary source material for this southern gothic love story—and there's no shortage of ripe-for-adaptation drama contained therein!
But with no current plans for a cinematic sequel in the works, we'll have to wait and see whether the studio wants to make movie magic with the Duchannes witches again...and, of course, whether the fans want to see it happen. So, you tell us: Are you raring for a "Beautiful Creatures" franchise, or was one trip to Gatlin enough?
The witching hour is here! With the Valentine's Day release of "Beautiful Creatures," fans of Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl's best-selling novel are finally getting a glimpse of the authors' Southern gothic world brought to breathtaking life... albeit with a number of alterations.
(SPOILERS AHEAD IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FILM!)
Now, if you're a source-material purist, you very well may be irked by the fact that Amma and Marian were mushed into a single character portrayed by Viola Davis, or that Mitchell Wate never emerged from his room, or that "Sixteen Moons" was nowhere to be found on Ethan's iPod, or that Lena's actions during the film's climax didn't echo ancestor Genevieve's critical mistake, or that the ending, ultimately, was completely different from the book.
Hopefully this will be easier than making fetch happen. Tina Fey has revealed that her post-"30 Rock" plans include bringing "Mean Girls" to the stage in musical form. Yes, you read that right. "Mean Girls: The Musical" is in development.
Tina revealed the details on the red carpet at the SAG Awards on Sunday night, and we will be wearing pink on Wednesday to celebrate.
"Maybe! We want to. I would love to," she told E! of the project before taking home a SAG for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series. "I'm trying to develop it with my husband, who does all the music for ‘30 Rock,’ and I think Paramount's on board."
After months of anticipation and preparation, the long-awaited premiere of "Sex and the City" prequel "The Carrie Diaries" debuted on The CW last night...and it was
like pushing a hot dog through a keyhole everything we'd ever hoped it would be. The retro fashion! The gaggle of hilarious friends! The big-eyed curly-haired uber-cuteness of AnnaSophia Robb! The dirty, gritty, graffiti-covered charm of New York in the 1980s!
Yep, we were pretty taken with our first peek into Carrie Bradshaw's formative years—and we wouldn't mind seeing more of Sebastian Kidd in that swimming pool, either. But hey, enough about us. What we want to know is, what did you think? Vote in our poll after the jump, and tell us if "The Carrie Diaries" premiere filled your wasted heart with joy—or left you feeling as cold and dirty as Fifth Avenue in January.
The People have spoken! Last night was the yearly all-American popularity contest of the People's Choice Awards, where universal favorites from the music, TV and movie biz took the stage to receive their hard-earned honors (along with a big sparkly glass prism trophy that could fill your entire house with beautiful rainbows if you put it in the window...which is what we assume the winners all do. I mean, why wouldn't you? Rainbow party zone!) And this year, the People chose especially wisely: just check out our gallery of all the ubertalented people who ended up making acceptance speeches last night.
Two of our most beloved ladies were delighted to take home their PCAs: Emma Watson looked genuinely moved as she thanked the nation for her Favorite Dramatic Actress honors, and Jennifer Lawrence broke out her biggest smile when she won the overall Fave Movie Actress award. But it was "The Hunger Games"that was last night's biggest winner; the whole ceremony was an ongoing lovefest for the dystopian action flick, which picked up the win for Favorite Movie, Favorite Action Movie, and Favorite Franchise, along with awards for Favorite Face of Heroism and Best On-Screen chemistry for its cast.