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Posted by Eric on July 18, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Sarah Jessica Parker took to Instagram today to announce that she is taking her shoes on the road with her first ever shoe tour this summer! Details have yet to be disclosed as of yet, but you can check out the adorable video below to view SJP showing off her shoes to make the big announcement. More details will be posted as they arrive!


Posted by Eric on June 25, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has optioned the rights to Busted: A Tale Of Corruption And Betrayal In The City Of Brotherly Love, a police crime thriller written by Wendy Ruderman and Barbara Laker. It will serve as SKE’s debut television project with True Detective producers Anonymous Content.

Sex and the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker is attached to star in one of the two main roles in the hourlong show. David Frankel is attached to direct and executive produce the pilot. Don Roos will write the pilot. SKE President Jim Tauber, SKE President of Production Carla Hacken, and Steve Golin, Managing Partner of Anonymous Content, announced it.

Book is based on investigative reporters Wendy Ruderman’s and Barbara Laker’s non-fiction book of the same name. Published by Harper Collins in March, it chronicles their efforts to uncover one of the biggest police corruption scandals in Philadelphia’s history. The 2009 10-month series of articles in the Philadelphia Daily News entitled “Tainted Justice” earned them a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting.

This becomes the latest series to congeal with movie elements. Frankel has directed The Devil Wears Prada, Marley & Me, Hope Springs and most recently, One Chance. Roos’ screen credits range from Single White Female to Marley & Me. Both worked with Hacken at Fox 2000, and she got the book rights from WME while she was an indie producer. She brought it to SKE when she was hired as president of production. She will be exec producer.

“Wendy and Barbara have written an amazing true story, and we’re thrilled for it to be SKE’s first television project,” she and Tauber said in a statement. “Sarah Jessica’s coming on board, along with David Frankel and Don Roos is simply a perfect combination that we couldn’t be happier about.”

SKE and Anonymous will shop the project after they’ve set the rest of the cast. Parker is repped by CAA. Frankel by Anonymous Content and WME; the book was brokered by WME and Larry Weissman and Roos by UTA. SKE’s Nick Hanks for SKE and Anonymous Content’s Dave Fierson repped the producers.

Source – Deadline


Posted by Eric on June 25, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

In the newest episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s Web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” the comedian picked up his friend Sarah Jessica Parker to take a drive in her new Ford Country Squire. “I can’t get over how gorgeous this is!” the actress, 49, gushed of the vintage vehicle. “I grew up in a car like this. I spent so much time in the back of that car … some really great times in my formative years.” Who knew? Here are a few other things about Parker that became clear in this video.

1. She Has a Lot in Common with Seinfeld
They even talk about it! “We’re both a little hyper-aware of little things,” he noted.

2. Her Mom Ran a Tight Ship
Not only did Parker talk about how her mom was “always in a rage — legitimately!” but she also told a story revealing how strict her mom could be. “Just the other neighborhood kids had [ice cream from a truck]. Not us. Not the Parker kids,” she said. “[We had a] half-gallon of Breyer’s, maybe, once every two to three months. And then it was gone in about 24 hours and my mom was like, [screaming] ‘Go easy on the ice cream!’”

3. She’s Right at Home in a Diner
Her order? A patty melt on rye bread and a chocolate egg cream. Oh, and she ate the pickle!

4. She Wears Reading Glasses!
You can see them in the video.

5. Seinfeld Thinks She’s a Bad Tipper
When the check came, Seinfeld picked up the $37 tab and then chastised Parker when she said to leave a $10 tip. “Because,” he said, “everyone’s gonna ask her, ‘Oh my God, you waited on Jerry Seinfeld and Sarah Jessica Parker! How much did they tip you?’ What do you want her to say?” Parker smiled. “Twenty bucks?” she asked. Upon seeing how much the comedian ended up leaving (“Vulgar!” she exclaimed), Parker got a bit more serious. “It’s lovely,” she said. “I’m a total s***.”

6. She’s a Self-Described ‘Really Good Driver’
(Even though other cars honked at her on the highway.)

7. She’d Be Fun on Long Car Trips
Not only does she understand the value of an Etch-a-Sketch, Mad Libs and watercolors, but she can do Cat’s Cradle with string, too!

Source – ABC News


Posted by Eric on June 25, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Sarah Jessica Parker is classy chic while attending the Cosmopolitan Seminar at the 2014 Cannes Lions on Monday (June 16) in Cannes, France. You can check out 39 MQ photos of Sarah Jessica at the seminar. Enjoy!

“It has been complicated for me, I am often conflicted by it and my participation it… I still feel conflicted about the conversations I have with Twitter,” the 49-year-old actress shared at the seminar about the social media site. She added, “I am not complaining about Twitter, I am just trying to figure it out. And to have a relationship with it that I think is honest, but also so it doesn’t somehow destroy me.”


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Posted by Eric on June 11, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Sarah Jessica gets all dressed up while attending the 2014 amfAR Inspiration Gala held at The Plaza Hotel on Tuesday (June 10) in New York City. You can check out 133 MQ and HQ photos of Sarah Jessica at the event. She looked amazing, didn’t she? Enjoy!

FYI: SJP is wearing a Schiaparelli Haute Couture dress, Rene Caovilla shoes, Kara Ross bag, and jewels by Fred Leighton, House of Lavande, Pamela Love, and Eddie Borgo.


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Posted by Eric on May 20, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Hey everybody! As mentioned earlier, Sarah Jessica Parker and students from Martin Luther King, JR, School from Portland, OR performed during the White House Talent Show at the White House earlier today (May 20) in Washington, DC while making the Turnaround Arts Announcement. You can check out 13 HQ photos of Sarah Jessica dancing during the show. These are some of my favorite photos of Sarah Jessica ever! It’s just so incredibly adorable, don’t ya think? Enjoy the photos!

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Public Appearances > 2014 > May 20: White House Talent Show Making Turnaround Arts Announcement


Posted by Eric on May 20, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

It’s not every day that Sarah Jessica Parker pops in for a cameo performance at a talent show with elementary- and middle-school children.

It’s also not every day that a student talent show takes place in the East Room of the White House.

But on Tuesday afternoon, that’s what happened. First lady Michelle Obama hosted the elaborate — yet down-to-earth — talent show to highlight the importance of arts education in public schools.

The event showcased the work of the Turnaround Arts program, which helps low-performing schools increase student achievement through access to arts education. Major artists — including SJP herself — have adopted schools across the country as part of this effort.

During the show, actress Alfre Woodard led a raucous student brass band, while Sarah Jessica Parker joined an all-girl group performing “You’re Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile” from the musical “Annie.”

At the show’s opening, Mrs. Obama said the arts help students get excited about taking their seats in class because they are thinking about the next musical they’re performing in or the instrument they can’t wait to play.

“But if they’re not in their seats then we can’t teach them anything at all,” she said. “The bottom line here is very clear: Arts education isn’t something we add on after we’ve achieved other priorities, like raising test scores and getting kids into college. It’s actually critical for achieving those priorities in the first place.”

In a surprise appearance, President Barack Obama made his own pitch for arts education.

“It is necessary for these young people to succeed that we promote the arts,” he said. “It’s a priority.”

Source – Today Show


Posted by Eric on May 16, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

A third “Sex and the City” movie has never been seriously discussed, Sarah Jessica Parker, star of the television series and movies, said Thursday night in New York.

“It’s not that I’m inhospitable (to the idea). We just haven’t felt it’s the right time to talk about it,” said the actress, who played the role of newspaper columnist Carrie Bradshaw on the HBO series for six years. The series, which won seven Emmy Awards, continues to air in syndication.

When a “Sex and the City” movie was proposed, Parker said she and Michael Patrick King, who directed both films, had talked about the story as acts in a play. “There is a third story, but whether or not we tell it has never been discussed.”

“In my head, it’s a small movie,” she added.

The first “Sex and the City” film became the highest-grossing romantic comedy of 2008, and the second, though it earned less than the first, held the same title for 2010.

Parker, 49, was interviewed by Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels, at the 92nd Street Y. The discussion was distributed on the Internet through Livestream. In addition to her work on Broadway, TV and movies, they discussed her fashion business and her philanthropic work.

Parker, the fourth of her mother’s eight children from two marriages, started performing when she was a child. Her first TV work was in 1974 on an NBC “Young People’s Special” called “The Little Match Girl,” which was shot in Cincinnati, where her family had moved when she was about 5.

While making that show, she missed five days of school and earned $500—and also managed to take home $20 in spending money, the result of spending only $1 of the amount she was allotted for lunch. That money “was a really, really big deal,” she said, adding that she also enjoyed acting. “I loved the experience of being someone else.”

Two years later, she and her brother Timothy were cast in a Broadway revival of a play, “The Innocents,” directed by Harold Pinter.

The family moved to New York in 1977, and Parker appeared in the Broadway musical “Annie,” eventually taking on the title role.

She was appearing on Broadway in “Once Upon a Mattress”–and planning her wedding to actor Matthew Broderick—when she agreed to make the pilot for “Sex and the City” despite her concerns about nudity and language in the script.

Both Broderick and her older brother Pippin thought the pilot script was “wonderful, different from anything they had read,” she said.

After she made the pilot, she forgot about it until she ran into a friend who complimented her on the show. She resisted HBO’s offer to do the show, raising many objections, but eventually agreed to shoot two episodes.

From that first day, “I didn’t regret one moment spent” on it, she said.

Asked what she learned from the “Sex and the City” experience, Parker said she learned about friendship. The show’s plotlines often dealt with her character’s close ties with three other women living in New York.

“It changed the way I looked at my friendships. That’s the emotional reward that I reaped from it,” in addition to the professional rewards and the chance to become a producer.

Parker started in the fashion business by creating fragrances, noting that since she was a girl, she had kept a list of possible names for perfumes. She also was involved in the creation of a lower-priced sportswear line called Bitten in a partnership with the Steve & Barry’s clothing chain.

“Unfortunately, they expanded too quickly” after initial success, she said.

Her latest business is a line of shoes for Nordstrom created with George Malkemus, president of Manolo Blahnik USA. Their first products were launched in February, and they have added bags and overcoats and expanded the number of stores where the line is sold.

“I would like it to grow in a smart and prudent way,” she said. “I’ve seen lots of emerging designers grow too quickly and it kills them.”

Asked about her use of social media, Parker said she had resisted using Twitter and other online forums until six or seven months ago, when she sent her first tweet about a documentary series she is producing about the New York City Ballet. She also is a member of that organization’s board of directors.

She said she has an easier relationship with Instagram, which allows users to share photos or videos with their followers, than with Twitter because of the former’s lower potential for vitriol.

Parker, who lives in Manhattan with her husband, son and twin daughters, said she sometimes is nostalgic for the New York of the 1970s despite the financial crisis and crime that the city was experiencing then. “The city used to offer more possibilities. People could come here with a dream and live in Manhattan.”

Today, high rents are making even some of the outer boroughs prohibitive for young artists, she said. “I don’t know how that can be corrected.”

Source – The Wall Street Journal


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