Sex and the City: The Movie


The movie version of the long-running HBO series featuring the further exploits of Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York and Miranda Hobbes. The series was originally based on autobiographical columns written by Candace Bushnell.

‘Sex and The City: The Complete Collection’ Hits DVD Shelves October 26th

Warner Home Video is releasing Sex and the City: The Complete Collection on October 26. This new 20-disc set will contain all 94 episodes from the popular HBO series and also the two feature films - Sex and the City: The Movie and Sex and the City 2. The set will be priced at $249.99 SRP and you can take a look at the cover art and special features below.

One of the most beloved series in television history, Sex and the City was hailed by critics as "the smartest sitcom on television" (Washington Post) and was the first cable show to win the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series. The series followed single girls Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and Samantha (Kim Cattrall) as they experienced the pleasure of sex, the pain of heartbreak, and the power of friendship. Now you can relive their hilarious and romantic journeys from the beginning with this complete collection.

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Warner Bros. 2010 Sneak Preview

Warner Bros. Pictures has released their slate of 2010 movie releases including The Book of Eli, Edge of Darkness, Valentine's Day, A Couple of Dicks, Hubble 3D, Clash of the Titans, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Sex and the City 2, Jonah Hex, The Lottery Ticket, The Town, Flipped, Going the Distance, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 and Life As We Know It.

The drama revolves around a lone hero who fights his way across the wasteland of post-apocalyptic America. He's the protector of a sacred book that may hold the key to saving humanity.

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BEST of 2008: A Look Back at This Year's Film Highlights!

Best Romance: All in all, this was a pretty lean year for both the romantic drama and the romantic comedy. Maybe that's why the best romance of the year came courtesy of a girl with a pig snout. In Penelope, Christina Ricci played a cursed socialite with a horrifyingly deformed nose. It took Wanted's James McAvoy to warm her cold heart, and a scooter trip with Reese Witherspoon for her to learn how to love herself. In the process, she gave us one of the most unique love stories of the year. Sure, Never Back Down flirted with the idea of a teenage love affair, but it was mostly about breaking bones and defining punches. The relationship held between Maggie Gyllenhaal and Aaron Eckhart in The Dark Knight was heartbreaking, but again, there was too much movie going on to really look at their sad state of affairs. Forgetting Sarah Marshall was sweet, but relied a little too much on its own gross-out humor to be a winning romance. Which only leaves Sex and the City: The Movie and the Richard Gere/Diane Lane weep fest Nights in Rodanthe as worthy successors to Penelope's plight in life. One film was age affirming and socially gratifying for woman over the age of thirty, and they other was a heart breaker that offered hope only to crush those dreams in its last few fleeting moments of screen time. All three are great romance films, yes. But they faced little to no competition and were released far enough apart that they didn't need to compete for their audiences.

Comeback of the Year: There were so many. 2008 was definitely the Year of the Comeback. Sylvester Stallone revamped Rambo. Tom Cruise won back audience members with his cameo in Tropic Thunder. Vern Troyer gave two winning performances with both Postal and The Love Guru, and Audrey II the outer space houseplant was back terrifying people in The Ruins. But it was really Mickey Rourke and Robert Downey Jr. that made the most noise. These two master magicians fell off the map due to their own personal demons in life. And in 2008, they reemerged as the most talked about performers of the past year. Both put in excellent work, but it was Downey that truly came out on top. Where Rourke had the acclaimed The Wrestler, Downey came with four great films that included Iron Man, Charlie Bartlett, Tropic Thunder, and the withheld drama The Soloist. There's no doubt about it. 2008 was the year of Robert Downey Jr., and he didn't disappoint at all. Let's hope he keeps up this golden boy run in 2009.

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E! Network Picks Up Three New Line Cinema Films.

The films will be slotted into the "Movies We Love" banner on the network, which airs films at 8 PM ET on Saturday nights. Sex and the City: The Movie and He's Just Not That Into You will make their basic-cable premieres on the USA Network while The Women will make it's small-screen premiere on TBS before all of them will be shown on E!

It isn't clear when these films will be broadcast on the cable network at this time. The Women is slated for a September 12 theatrical release while He's Just Not That Into You will open on February 6, 2009.

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Box Office Beat Down: ‘Sex’ Sells $55 Million Worth of Tickets

Next week, the women of Sex and the City will team up with Indiana Jones to take on the likes of Kung Fu Panda and Adam Sandler's You Don't Mess with the Zohan.

Sex and the City: The Movie was released May 30th, 2008.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: ‘Sex and the City’ Cast Interview Featurette!

The further adventures of Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, Charlotte, and Mr. Big!

CONTEST: Win Big from ‘Sex and The City: The Movie’!

You can go on a shopping spree of your own from this upcoming movie.

Sarah Jessica Parker Is Set to Produce an Artistic Version of ‘Project Runway’

The ‘Sex in the City’ star will work with reality production team the Magical Elves.