Many "Sex and the City" fans hope for a third movie, but actress Sarah Jessica Parker has moved on to a new project, the HBO series "Divorce." After an interviewer called the flaky journalist romantic, Parker labeled her as "childish." When "CBS Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley said Bradshaw was "so romantic" and that "it had to be love, love, love, love all the time," Parker agreed on Sunday. But she also added that Bradsahw is "childish, in a way." While Parker has moved on from "SATC," she said she is proud of the groundbreaking show, which lasted six seasons.
Sarah Jessica Parker somehow made running in towering stilettos on "Sex and the City" look super easy -- and according to the star, it was. "I think from early on, the minute I started running in heels, I was like, 'Oh I can do that' and it just became a thing I did all the time," the 52-year-old, who played Carrie Bradshaw, said at the Vulture Festival. "I'm not as gazelle-like as I used to be," the former HBO star admitted. "Sex and the City," which aired from 1994 until 2004, was a hit for the cable network, prompting two films in 2008 and 2010. Parker, who played a sex columnist obsessed with fashion, enjoyed the perks the role provided.
Stella Artois just gave us the '90s character team up that literally no one was asking for. In their newest Super Bowl commercial advertising their clean water initiative, Stella Artois has created the oddest pairing of pre-2000s icons: Jeffrey "The Dude" Lebowski and Carrie Bradshaw. Last week, Bridges posted a teaser to the ad on social media that left us hoping for the best and anticipating the worst when he walked into a bar dressed as The Dude. Was this the long awaited sequel to the Coen brother's classic, or more likely a Super Bowl commercial? The Feb. 3 date featured at the end led us to guess the latter.
Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 14 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Fox sports analyst and former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw announced his disdain for players like Antonio Brown during an interview with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review following the wide receiver's tumultuous offseason. Brown may have broken most of the Steelers' wide-receiver records during his nearly decade-long run with the team, but Bradshaw says he would never have thrown to him. "I'm not pulling for him, I can promise you that," Bradshaw said of Brown via CBS Sports.