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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.
Originally posted 02/08/2011 12:15PM
It's a boy for Cynthia Nixon and Christine Marinoni!
Marinoni gave birth to the couple's son, Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni, on Monday, Feb. 7, Nixon's rep confirms.
"Christine and baby are doing great," her rep tells PEOPLE.
Nixon, 44, and Marinoni, 43, 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.
Originally posted 05/29/2010 10:15AM
Her wedding to Christine Marinoni might not be imminent, but Cynthia Nixon can promise ahead of time that she won't be a drama queen leading up to the big day.
"No, no Godzilla wedding," the Sex and the City star, 44, told PEOPLE at last week's New York Women in Film & Television's Designing Women Awards at Macy's Herald Square.
Nixon and Marinoni haven't set a date and are still holding out hope that they can tie the knot in New York, where same-sex marriage is not yet legal. "We're doing two things," Nixon says. "We're doing as much as we can to make it legal here, and we're also looking into other options."
Originally posted 05/25/2010 09:40AM
Wearing a bright yellow Valentino gown that alter-ego Carrie Bradshaw would certainly approve, Sarah Jessica Parker was "excited and nervous" at the chandelier-lined blue carpet for the premiere of Sex and the City 2 Monday night.
It's a "once in a lifetime experience," Parker said as she met throngs of fans lining the street outside New York's Radio City Music Hall.
Even with the rest of the leading ladies, Kristin Davis (in Jean Desses for Decades), Kim Cattrall (in Naeem Khan), and Cynthia Nixon (in Carolina Herrera) rocking glamorous gowns as well, Parker, insists that the success of SATC isn't just about the clothes.
"You can't hang your hat on fashion forever," she said. "I think people want a substantive story that is meaningful whether they relate or not, and they want to hear women talk about things that are important to them besides their desire to wear a pretty dress. [What's] so unique about these characters is that you can do both."
Originally posted 05/05/2010 05:30PM
Feuding on set? The ladies of Sex and the City say it's a lovefest working together – usually.
"Things just have to be explosive for no other reason than for people's imaginations," Kim Cattrall, 53, tells the June issue of Marie Claire "The chemistry among the four of us is very strong."
Kristin Davis laughs off rumors that she snubbed Cattrall at dinner one night while they were filming the SATC sequel, due in theatres May 27. "[One tabloid story] said Kim and I would eat in the restaurant and not sit together," the actress, 45, says. "The story was that we don't like each other. Ridiculous!"
Originally posted 03/19/2010 11:25AM
Sarah Jessica Parker has come down with a case of PTP – as in "protect the plot" – and the "disease" is spreading to her Sex and the City 2 costars.
"We hope we made a movie that lives up to expectations," Parker told PEOPLE at Las Vegas's ShoWest convention Thursday.
Joined by Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis (Kim Cattrall is working on a play in London), the three, who received the Ensemble Award, refused to give any spoilers about the highly anticipated movie that was filmed in the Moroccan desert.
"We've never laughed harder or talked more or spent more time together," Parker said, adding that the women rode camels in one scene, making for some hysterical outtakes.
"The camels were beautifully trained," she said. "Cynthia and Kristin were on one camel and they had the most grumpy, ornery camel. Ours was so sweet, but then out of nowhere our camel would sit. You have to understand, it's not like a bike and the bike fell over. It's a camel, and the camel would just sit. And when they sit, it's a little like an earthquake. We laughed so hard."
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