"After years of living in the city I assumed that if my friends and I ever got our fairy tale endings that would be the end of the story. But real life—always has a twist."

— Carrie Bradshaw

When it comes to screen size, bigger is definitely better! The "Sex and the City" movie promises to answer all of the lingering questions—will Carrie and Big finally tie the knot? Can Samantha really be satisfied with just one man? Will Charlotte ever get pregnant? Can Miranda and Steve actually live happily ever after?

Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), successful author and everyone's favorite fashion icon-next-door, is back, her famously sardonic wit intact and sharper than ever, as she continues to narrate her own story about sex, love and the fashion-obsessed single woman in New York City. "Sex and the City" finds Carrie, Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) four years after the hit HBO series ended, as our favorite femmes fashionables continue to juggle jobs, friendships and relationships while they start to navigate motherhood, marriage and Manhattan real estate...some of them may even—brace yourself—brave other boroughs outside Manhattan.

The cast includes Chris Noth reprising his iconic role of Carrie's handsome yet elusive Mr. Big; David Eigenberg as Miranda's down-to-earth and sweet, yet simple, husband Steve Brady; Evan Handler as Harry, Charlotte's dependable and loving husband; and Jason Lewis as Smith Jerrod, an actor and client of Samantha's, as well as her devoted lover.

Also co-starring are Candice Bergen as preeminent Vogue Magazine editor Enid Frick and Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls") as Carrie Bradshaw's young and inexperienced but still label-savvy assistant, Louise, a character new to New York and introduced in the film. Also returning are Mario Cantone as Anthony Marentino, Charlotte's opinionated wedding planner, Willie Garson as Carrie's sartorially splendid pal Stanford Blatch and Lynn Cohen as Miranda's nanny, Magda.

Michael Patrick King, longtime executive producer and a writer of the series, wrote and directed "Sex and the City." The producers are Sarah Jessica Parker, Michael Patrick King, Darren Star (who initially created the series based on autobiographical columns written by Candace Bushnell) and John Melfi. The executive producers are Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener, Kathryn Busby and Jonathan Filley.

The behind-the-scenes team includes costume designer Patricia Field, who defined a decade of fashion for the HBO series, as well as costume designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, production designer Jeremy Conway, director of photography John Thomas, editor Michael Berenbaum, A.C.E. and composer Aaron Zigman.

New Line Cinema Presents in Association with Home Box Office, a Darren Star Production, "Sex and the City" (rated "R" by the M.P.A.A. for "strong sexual content, graphic nudity and language")

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Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 145 mins.
Release Date: May 30, 2008
Tagline: Get Carried Away.
Distributor: Warner Bros.
Production Companies:
New Line Cinema
Home Box Office
Darren Star Productions

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