Yes, Sex and the City series and movie has portrayed these glamorous New York women as conquering the city with their style, character and overall pizzazz. The shimmery title fits perfectly, but the imposed cast on the desert sands loses credibility and history of the divas. They are not empowered women, but fake, plastic barbies on the very verge of transforming into robotic mannequins aka Stepford Wives. After viewing the trailer, I hope it puts aside this horrible representation of the glorious four.
There are those who research and write about sex workers who often forget we are human. Shawna Ferris gives a voice to sex workers who are often pushed to the background, even by those who fight for them. In the name of urban safety and orderliness, street sex workers face stigma, racism, and ignorance. Their human rights are ignored, and some even lose their lives.
And you thought the teaser poster was overrated. But that's the thing about Sex and the City —it just keeps getting more and more fantastical and outlandish, yet we still can't wait to see it. This feeling happened with the trailer, too. Thin plot that includes a way-too-coincidental Aidan run-in?
Their four faces are globally recognised after years of starring in one of America's most successful sitcoms and its subsequent big-screen adaptation. But if the official poster for Sex And The City 2 is anything to go by, it seems producers of the soon-to-be-released film are not confident in their stars' natural beauty. Pictured together for the much-anticipated movie's promotional pictures Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall have been airbrushed almost beyong recognition. While Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, who play Charlotte and Miranda, have maintained much of their natural good looks, Parker and Cattrall look like cartoonish versions of themselves. Perhaps those working on the film were worried about Parker following pictures that emerged this week showing the year-old looking tired and drawn.