11:47 AM EDT 05/06/2015
Originally posted 05/01/2015 09:30AM
To this day, Sex and the City fans play the "Which SATC character are you?" game. So who better to label celebrities as a Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha or Miranda than the woman who played Miranda herself?
Cynthia Nixon, who starred as the quick-witted lawyer on the HBO hit, had a little fun on Watch What Happens Live on Thursday sorting some major female (and male) celebrities into one the four SATC character categories in a game called Nixon Picks 'Em.
Originally posted 01/26/2015 08:20AM
Deep in a New York Times interview with two-time Oscar winner Dianne Wiest and Tonya Pinkins, who are starring in the new Broadway play Rasheeda Speaking, Wiest made an unsettling admission.
Originally posted 11/13/2014 11:00AM
We'd like to raise our glasses – which are filled with figurative cosmopolitans – to Chris Noth.
Originally posted 04/28/2014 11:30AM
It's hard to believe it's been a decade since the series finale of Sex and the City – in fact, we often reflect on the lessons we learned from the show's leading lady, and ponder how life for the iconic foursome would be different in 2014.
Just as we've seen the cast of Friends and the Plastics of Mean Girls posing with their younger selves, it's time for the gal-pal quartet at the heart of SATC to receive the glory of our Photoshop time machine.
See Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha, Miranda and the rest of the SATC gang posing with their younger selves below. We've even thrown in a couple of the dudes!
Originally posted 02/21/2014 03:00PM
It's been 10 years since the series finale of Sex and the City aired Feb. 22, 2004, which was many, many cosmopolitans ago.
We've since filled the void with shows like Girls, hair accessories that aren't scrunchies and the aforementioned cocktails (not to mention two follow-up films). But we'll never forget the HBO rom-sitcom, which followed the ultimate N.Y.C. core-four – Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) – through a dizzying world of guys, 6-inch heels and perfectly phrased one-liners.
Originally posted 05/30/2012 10:00AM
It's a family outing in their Manhattan neighborhood for the just-married Cynthia Nixon and Christine Marinoni.
The actress (who shaved her head for her recent stage role as a cancer patient in the award-winning drama Wit) and the education activist have been a couple since 2004, then became engaged in 2009 and finally tied the knot last Sunday.
In addition to their 1½-year-old son together, Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni (who apparently shares his parents' red hair), Nixon has two children, Samantha, 15, and Charles, 9, from her previous relationship with teacher Danny Mozes.
Originally posted 05/29/2012 01:15PM
After Cynthia Nixon revealed that she and Christine Marinoni tied the knot in New York City on Sunday, the newlyweds have released their wedding photo.
Posing on a rooftop in the Big Apple, Nixon, 46, wore a flowing, pale green gown by Carolina Herrera and carried a bouquet of white peonies. Marinoni, 45, wore a suit with a darker green tie for the ceremony.
The couple got engaged in 2009, but waited to marry until it was legal in New York state, which happened last summer.
Originally posted 05/28/2012 08:45AM
Three years after getting engaged at a rally to support same-sex marriage in New York – which was not legal at the time – Cynthia Nixon and Christine Marinoni were married Sunday.
"On May 27, 2012, Cynthia Nixon and her girlfriend, Christine Marinoni, were legally married in the state of New York," her rep tells PEOPLE in a statement. "Nixon wore a custom dress by Carolina Herrera."
No other details were immediately available.
Originally posted 05/01/2012 09:40AM
Broadway's biggest night – the 66th annual Tony Awards – may be 40 days away, but the celebrating has already kicked in, especially for a modest new musical called Once, a love story set in Ireland that scored the most nominations of any show this year: 11, including best musical.
Not celebrating: the much-maligned Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, which, despite an expenditure of $70 million, scads of publicity and the music of U2's Bono and the Edge, landed with only two nominations, for costume and scenic design.
Faring better after the nominations were announced Tuesday morning – by a chipper Kristin Chenoweth and a droll star Jim Parsons, who is about to star in a Broadway revival of the comedy Harvey – were such nominees as Andrew Garfield, Cynthia Nixon, Philip Seymour Hoffman, James Earl Jones, Stockard Channing, Linda Lavin, John Lithgow and Frank Langella.
Originally posted 02/12/2011 09:00PM
Meet Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni!
Cynthia Nixon and Christine Marinoni pose with their newborn son – who arrived Monday, Feb. 7 – in a photo taken Friday in New York City.
Nixon, 44, and Marinoni, 43 – who delivered Max – began dating in 2004 and announced their engagement in 2009.
The Sex and the City star has two children, Samantha, 14, and Charles, 8, from her previous relationship with teacher Danny Mozes.
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