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Alec Baldwin as Mr. Big?! Sex and the City Creator Reveals His Original Picks for Carrie Bradshaw's Two Big Loves

Originally posted 03/24/2016 12:15PM

He's got two ears and a heart, doesn't he?

Many fell under the spell of Chris Noth on Sex and the City, but would Mr. Big have won viewers' – and Carrie Bradshaw's – affection with a different actor? Just maybe.

The series' creator Darren Star revealed to Entertainment Weekly that his initial pick for the role was none other than the man who would go on to play 30 Rock's Jack Donaghy.

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No Carrie Needed! John Corbett and Chris Noth Rekindle the Sex and the City Magic with a Steamy Kiss

No Carrie Needed! John Corbett and Chris Noth Rekindle the Sex and the City Magic with a Steamy Kiss

Originally posted 02/28/2016 03:30PM

Aidan and Mr. Big are cutting out the middle man – or rather, woman.

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The Ultimate TV BFF Valentine's Day Gift Guide

The Ultimate TV BFF Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Originally posted 02/05/2016 01:25PM

This February 14th, celebrate all your ride or die besties

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Lisa Edelstein Couldn't Watch Sex and the City After Losing Role to Sarah Jessica Parker: 'It Was Too Painful'

Originally posted 02/03/2016 05:10PM

Lisa Edelstein has more than one hit show to her name, but the Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce star will always remember the one that got away.

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Sex and the City Creator Darren Star Says the Show's Ending 'Betrayed What It Was About'

Originally posted 01/15/2016 06:30PM

Et tu, SATC?

While plenty of Big-and-Carrie endgamers swooned over the unavailable businessman's long-awaited "I love you" in the Sex and the City finale, Darren Star personally finds the moment bittersweet.

In a new Kindle Singles interview, the series creator proposes that SATC's shipper-friendly ending was, in fact, a betrayal of the series he created.

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Sarah Jessica Parker Is 'Radically Different' From Carrie Bradshaw: 'It Took Real Work Every Day to Be Her'

Originally posted 01/14/2016 09:40PM

For the record, Sarah Jessica Parker is not that much like her Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw.

"People probably don't realize that Carrie Bradshaw was radically different from who I was, who I continue to be," Parker told WSG Magazine. "I think that sometimes because we look alike and live in the same city and haunt the same neighborhoods, that it was sort of like I was playing in the sandbox, when in truth it took real work every day to be her, to understand her, to not judge her."

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Chris Noth and John Corbett Have an Impromptu Sex and the City Reunion, but Where's Carrie?

Chris Noth and John Corbett Have an Impromptu Sex and the City Reunion, but Where's Carrie?

Originally posted 01/09/2016 06:10PM

We couldn't help but wonder … where was Carrie Bradshaw?

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Sex App or Santa's Reindeer? Sarah Jessica Parker Is Put to the Test in Billy on the Street

Originally posted 12/15/2015 11:00AM

[YOUTUBE "8c4zDkAaQ48"] Sarah Jessica Parker has been off the dating market for nearly two decades, so one might not expect her to be up on the latest apps people are using to hook up.

Billy Eichner puts that to the test in an exclusive sneak peek at Thursday's Billy on the Street, in which he asks the Sex and the City star to guess whether words – from Grindr to Cupid to Tinder – are "sex apps" or the names of Santa's reindeer.

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Sex and the City: Is Sarah Jessica Parker Really a Carrie?

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Sex and the City: Is Sarah Jessica Parker Really a Carrie?

Originally posted 10/23/2015 01:15PM

We couldn't help but wonder ... does Sarah Jessica Parker consider herself a Carrie?

Every Sex and the City fan designates each of her female friends as one of the fabulous foursome: shoe-obsessed relationship columnist Carrie (Parker), sexy publicist Samantha (Kim Cattrall), prim-and-proper art dealer Charlotte (Kristin Davis) or independent attorney Miranda (Cynthia Nixon).

In an interview with Buzzfeed published Thursday for the 10th anniversary of her perfume Lovely, Parker admits that she identifies most closely to her own iconic character – with some key differences.

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