The Tony Award-winning actress will star opposite Ewan MCGregor and Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Real Thing.
Nixon was part of the ensemble cast that worked under director Mike Nichols in 1984, when the play first hit Broadway with Glenn Close, Jeremy Irons and Christine Baranski picking up Tonys for their roles. The production also won the award for Best Play. A revival in 2000, which starred Stephen Dillane and Jennifer Ehle, also picked up a handful of theatre awards.
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The hit first film's 2010 sequel was badly received by fans and critics, but that hasn't put Parker off the idea of bringing her character Carrie Bradshaw back for one more film.
She tells the Los Angeles Times, "I would go back. I think there's one more story to tell. I know there is.
"I'd definitely tell that story, and I know (screenwriter) Michael (Patrick King) would do it right, but maybe not now. Maybe in five years."
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The actor admits he was stunned when an item reading 'Chris Noth hurt on set' flashed up on the screen as he was sitting in a bar earlier this year (10).
He tried to figure out how the story came about and could only attribute it to a slap from his TV wife Julianna Margulies months before while filming a fight scene in The Good Wife.
He tells Cigar Aficionado magazine, "I couldn't believe they ran it because it wasn't true... She (Margulies) gave me good slaps. I think we did three takes and it left a little bit of a mark.
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The actor has revealed the 10 star's name was among a group of leading ladies offered to him as potential dates to an Oscars party eight years ago - and her's was the only one he was interested in.
Corbett reveals, "My buddy is this great guy... Norby Walters... and he puts this big Oscar party on... He said, 'Come to the party?' and I said, 'I'm not really dating anyone right now,' and he said, 'I'll fix you up on a date.'
"So he slips this thing under my door with 20 really famous ladies on it. But one name that jumped out at me (was Bo Derek's). I put a one and a circle around it and stuck it back under his door and he called me up and said, 'One name, you give me one name?' - and that name was Bo Derek, and we have been together eight years now."
Continue reading: Corbett Picked Girlfriend Derek From A List Of Leading Ladies
The actress/singer plays a marriage celebrant at the gay wedding of characters Stanford and Anthony, and now she's revealing all about her hilarious scenes.
As well as performing Beyonce's Single Ladies (Put A Ring on It) hit, backed by two female dancers in wigs, Minnelli tells the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper that fellow diva Streisand will also appear in the sequel's lavish wedding scene.
The entertainer tells the Australian publication she had a lot of fun perfecting Beyonce's moves: "The choreography for the number is something I should have done when I was 22."
Continue reading: Minnelli's Streisand Sex Secret Revealed
Minnelli will perform at a gay wedding, while producers are still trying to strike a deal with Sex fan Cyrus over her involvement in the movie.
An insider tells Life & Style magazine, "They’ve asked her, but she hasn’t confirmed. Right now, they’re just holding the space for her."
But fans can count on Minnelli - she'll sing as part of the celebrations behind a gay union between beloved characters Stanford Blatch and Anthony Marentino, played by Willie Garson and Mario Cantone.
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The young star was just 14 when she landed a part as a demanding Jewish teen on a show she had never seen - and her folks decided to sign up for cable TV just so they could see their daughter on screen.
Dennings recalls they invited family and friends round to watch the risque episode, in which their daughter's character boasted about her oral sex skills - but that wasn't the biggest shock.
The actress says, "It was an explicit episode (with) Kyle MACLachlan jerking off.
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Executives at MTV have denied reports they encouraged the stars of new show The City to engage in a physical fight to boost ratings.
The show, which is a New York spin-off of Los Angeles-based The Hills, stars Olivia Palermo and Whitney Port, who both work in public relations for the Diane von Furstenberg fashion house.
But the pair was recently said to be unhappy with producers' alleged demands for them to stage a "catfight" in the middle of the office for entertainment purposes, as part of the series which mingles reality with fiction.
A source tells New York Post gossip column PageSix, "MTV wanted the girls to get into a physical fight at the DVF office. The girls were both really uncomfortable. Even though people think their jobs at DVF aren't real, both girls are really excited to be working in the fashion world, and wouldn't want to be seen getting into a fight in a professional setting."
But MTV executives have refuted the claims - insisting they would never make such a request of their stars.
Continue reading: Mtv Executives Deny Reality Catfight Claims
The actor, who plays romantic Mr. Big in the upcoming Sex movie after playing the role on TV, reveals he isn't a fan of the popular lingerie giant, insisting Victoria's Secret models look like they're trying too hard.
He tells WENN, "I'm not into Victoria's Secret so much. I find it over the top. I like subtlety and I like elegance.
"I think their things are gaudy and they are really trying too hard. If I could make a fashion statement, I think that Victoria's Secret looks to me like somebody who is putting on too much make-up. It's too gaudy, man.
Continue reading: Mr. Big Blasts Victoria's Secret Lingerie
Sarah Jessica Parker has confirmed there are plans to make a SEX + The City movie sequel - and it could feature SEAN `DIDDY' COMBS.
The first film is expected to be one of the year's big hits when it blasts onto cinema screens this summer (08) and the actress admits she's already in negotiations for a second movie.
The 42-year-old says, "People are talking to me about it."
And Parker is thrilled that rap mogul and designer Combs' name is being linked to the stylish sequel.
She adds, "Who's more perfect than that?"