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I'd rather spend a night with cannibal zombies than with these 'girls'
Please don't Carrie on with this rot
They've done several television series, they've done the film and now they've done the sequel. And last night, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon were all glammed up for the UK premiere of Sex and the City 2 at the Odeon Leicester Square in London.
The edgy one from Sex and the City is in the West End in Private Lives. But do Samantha and Noel Coward mix?
After two weddings (to the same man), countless cosmopolitans, and several wardrobes-full of Manolo Blahniks, Carrie Bradshaw's next adventure will be an exercise in Sex Education and the City.
A new breed of cinema-goers is here: they dress up, quaff cocktails and applaud the stars. Forget quiet trips to the movies – this is the future, says Alice Jones
Blockbusters are Hollywood's favourite films, right? Wrong. There's a new genre in town that has turned conventional wisdom about cinema-goers on its head. While male teenagers still make up the biggest audience in US cinemas (hence the endless array of superhero/cop/ disaster themes), women are demanding films that they want to see – and they are starting to get them.
A girls' night out too far