More from the Sex and the City Movie

It’s been a while since I’ve heard any news about the Sex and the City movie, but I stumbled across a couple of things today. First, the official movie poster (pictured at left) was recently released. Secondly, I happened upon Ain’t It Cool News, a blog written by MiraJeff, a columnist with Hollywood’s Variety Newspaper. FYI, I cringe at the use of the word “ain’t”, but I digress.

Anyhow, there is a flashback scene in the upcoming SATC movie which features the girls in what I presume to be their early twenties. MiraJeff happened to study at NYU with the beautiful girl who plays the young Carrie. Aside from the way they are styled, I don’t think any of the girls look much like their characters, though they are super cute. What do you think? Mini-Samantha is cracking me up! Personally, I would have loved to have seen a young Stanford Blatch and Anthony Marantino.

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  1. I love your post but am so bummed out at their lame attempt to widen audience appeal- that sounds so dumb and the young versions of these charachters look awful, I hate it! But will be eager in line at the theater of course!

  2. I read somewhere, that these young girls weren’t supposed to be the younger versions of our Sex and the City girls. But rather just some girls that the SAC girls saw walking by, and it reminded them of their younger days.

  3. Ooh, Danielle, I hope you’re right! That would make much more sense since they don’t look enough like the SATC girls to be younger versions of them. The other thing that irked me was that their clothes looked far too modern to be from the late 1980’s. Great theory!