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Sex and the City Sequel Filming in Morocco

Sarah Jessica Parker films on a street in Morocco

While Carrie Bradshaw has been to Paris and the girls have traveled to Mexico, new photos taken of Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon reveal that the Sex and the City sequel calls for a story involving Morocco.

In the photo, Parker wears a classic “J’adore Dior” t-shirt matched with an envious color-block skirt and pink snake skin sandals. Nixon (seen after the jump) looks heavenly in an all-white outfit, comprised of a blazer and floor-length skirt.

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Getting Into Character: Miley Cyrus as Kim Cattrall’s Double

Kim Cattrall and Miley Cyrus on Sex and the City 2 set

For some reason, this red carpet fashion mishap didn’t look as bad when it happened to Shakira and Pink.

Although this picture stirs up many questions (Does Britney Spears know someone stole her boots? Why is wearing a spiked collar? Will Kim Cattrall eat Hannah Montana alive?), there is one thing we do know: neither star should be wearing that ensemble.

So what will happen when these two ladies wind up at the same function with the same look? Find out when opens on May 28.

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Miley Cyrus in the City

Miley Cyrus

The generations are colliding. According to report, teen idol Miley Cyrus has signed up to do a scene in the upcoming . Want to know all about it? Read on.

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Casting Corner: Anton Yelchin, Michelle Monaghan and More

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Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

Michelle Monaghan: The Made of Honor actress is going to be kept waiting in Due Date, a Todd Phillips-directed comedy. Michelle has been cast as the pregnant wife eager for her husband (Robert Downey Jr.) to make it home. Unfortunately, the dad-to-be is accompanied by Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover) during his hurried journey home. The film is still in pre-production.

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This Week on DVD and Blu-ray: August 4, 2009

The Soloist DVDHere are some of the options available this Tuesday:

  • August: DVD
  • Big Trouble in Little China: Blu-ray
  • Fragments: DVD
  • Mutant Chronicles: DVD, Blu-ray
  • My Cousin Vinny: Blu-ray
  • The Mysteries of Pittsburgh: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Obsessed: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Race to Witch Mountain: DVD, Blu-ray
  • Sling Blade: Blu-ray
  • The Soloist: DVD, Blu-ray
  • The Tigger Movie: DVD

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More Sex in Store: Kim Cattrall Announces Sequel

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During an appearance on the British-based Paul O’Grady Show, announced the news that is even now setting women into a frenzy: “Yes there will!” Cattrall cried when ask if there will be a sequel to the summer’s mega-popular Sex and the City movie.

According to New Line Cinema, negotiation are still ongoing for a sequel. Years ago, when the series first ended, rumor states it was Cattrall herself who stymied progress on a movie plan. She backed out; they ditched the idea until it re-surfaced in 2008.

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Casting Corner: Liam Neeson, Amy Adams, Michael Chiklis and More

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Here’s a quick look at some of the casting announcements made recently:

Liam Neeson: The Batman Begins actor has signed on to star with Christina Ricci in a psychological thriller. In After.Life, Ricci - who replaced Kate Bosworth -  will play a woman who is caught between life and death. Neeson is slated for the role of the funeral director, a man who mysteriously posseses a “gift of transitioning the dead.” Production on the film begins in November.

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Box Office Breakdown: Hancock Soars to #1

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For theatergoers, the Fourth of July holiday has come to mean fireworks, barbecues….and now . This past weekend, the powerhouse’s latest blockbuster, , took in over $62 million giving Smith his eighth straight #1 debut. In total, the Sony Pictures production grossed nearly $104 million during a 5 1/2 day period.

In addition to being Will’s second-best opener ever ( set his record), Hancock was the actor’s fifth movie to reach first place over the same holiday weekend. (Men in Black, Men in Black II, Independence Day and Wild Wild West were the other four.) The Peter Berg film also became the third best July 4th grosser behind Transformers and Spider-Man 2.

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Box Office Breakdown: Wall-E and Wanted Both Winners

Wall-E

Although we haven’t yet reached the 4th of July weekend, theatergoers apparently had plenty of time and money to spend over the past three days. And while a cute robot had the honor of placing first, also came out a winner herself.

When the final numbers were tallied, Wall-E and each wound up grossing over $50 million since Friday. The Disney/Pixar film edged out the action flick by nearly $13 million dollars, but the comic book adaptation had the best per screen average for any entry in the Top Ten ($16,040). Meanwhile, both films forced a few rewrites in the history books.

  • had the third largest debut for a Pixar film. It’s total fell behind The Incredibles ($70.5 million) and Finding Nemo ($70.2 million).
  • The animated comedy also had the best Friday open for any Pixar release.
  • The James McAvoy feature topped all R-rated premieres during the month of June.
  • Wanted also gave Jolie her largest first weekend ever.

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Box Office Breakdown: Steve Carell Outsmarts Mike Myers

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What was being billed as a huge comedy showdown turned out to be a pathetic fight. The debut of easily outperformed Mike Myers’ live-action return to nab the #1 spot this past weekend.

Smart, starring Steve Carell, Anne Hathaway and Dwayne Johnson, picked up $38.6 million over the past three days - nearly $20 million more than . The big-screen adaptation of the ‘60s television series also averaged $9891 per screen, over twice as much as Guru ($4617) did.

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