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May 30th, 2008 by Taunya Brandi Sr. Manager, Human Resources

Sex and the City: The Movie premieres today, and many of the SATC fans in the office have already purchased their tickets for the weekend. Having watched every episode of the series from beginning to end, I feel pretty attached to Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte.

Sarah Jessica Parker recently appeared on Inside the Actor’s Studio to discuss the film, as well as the impact of the original series. We have a number of clips from her interview with James Lipton, including this one, where she talks about getting back into the role of Carrie Bradshaw after a four-year break:

I can’t wait to see what happens with Carrie and Big, but until showtime, I’m catching up with the girls, thanks to clips like this one from Hollywood News:

You can find more clips in our Sex and the City: The Movie collection.

Here’s to a fairy tale ending, (Taunya)

Last comment: Jun 6th 2008 6 Comments
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  • Nissi1 says:

    When will you add more movies?

  • Talizi says:

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  • Dok Jaroch says:

    It is a darn shame, that all the great commercials on Hulu, have to be continually interrupted with short…very short…movie clips.

  • Ethan Bauley says:

    Love Hulu, thanks so much!

    The streaming cuts out and needs to “buffer” about every 120 seconds…and I’m running a late model Mac w/ a blazing cable modem connection. This has been happening for the last few months [I was an early beta tester and connectivity was fine then]

    Please fix this! It’s breaking my heart…Hulu is unusable w/ this fundamental problem!

    Feel free to contact me for more help…I’m using Safari and Firefox, same diff…