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The 'Sex and the City 2' Interview That Turns Suddenly Serious


Our Towleroad correspondents Josh Helmin (interviewer) and Josh Koll (editor) put together a brief clip for us with the Sex and the City 2 women.

Helmin asks Sarah Jessica Parker about her first gay friend, who she says is no longer with us.

Says Parker: "There seems to be, of concern to me, young men that are now sick again, or are HIV positive, and I think that because they were too young to see what happened 20 years ago, to know the devastation and the absolute heartbreak that accompanied that time."

Helmin asks the four stars of the film about marriage equality, given that there's a gay wedding in the film. Kristin Davis is extremely excited that Laura Bush is on board.


And coming up shortly, Nathaniel Rogers' review of the film.

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News: Sex & The City, Sarah Palin, Immigration, Obama

 road Jay Leno will entertain those lucky enough to attend tonight's White House Correspondents' Association dinner. 

 road Adam Lambert does YRB magazine. Adam-lambert-yrb-magazine-01

 road National Enquirer claims Obama had an affair in 2004.

 road David Duchovny has Twilight fever: “If I were gay, you know. I think Woody Allen is one of a long list of men I might go gay for…Garry Shandling is someone I’ve publicly gone gay for, for jokes. Oh and anyone in the Twilight movies."

 road Can a movie studio prevent an actor from being openly gay? According to E Online: " least one source tells me they do exist, but not necessarily in the explicit way you might think they do. From what I am able to gather, a contract between an agency and an actor may dodge the exact issue of "coming out." But it might ban other sorts of telltale activities."

 road Only two more years until the next Batman movie is released.

 road Carmen Electra takes an electric razor to a bunch of men's hairy chests.

 road Harry Reid's immigration proposal "would allow gay Americans to sponsor an immigrant partner for citizenship."

SEX-AND-THE-CITY-POSTER road Family Research Council: "If ENDA (the Employment Non-Discrimination Act) becomes law, the government will order businesses -- including faith-based businesses -- to cast aside their personal beliefs and hire homosexuals and cross-dressers, even if the employer considers these lifestyles immoral and inappropriate for their business. Even groups like the Boy Scouts and child care providers aren't exempt from the bill's oppressive demands."

 road Sarah Palin's e-mailer hacker has been convicted. Palin reacts to the news: "Violating the law, or simply invading someone's privacy for political gain, has long been repugnant to Americans' sense of fair play. As Watergate taught us, we rightfully reject illegally breaking into candidates' private communications for political intrigue in an attempt to derail an election."

 road Take a peek at the new poster for Sex & the City 2. Is that Kim Cattrall or Sharon Stone?

 road Sarah Jessica Parker; the non-Photoshopped version.

Watch: New 'Sex and the City 2' Trailer


Looks better than the first, imho. Featuring the beautiful John Corbett, and that's Noah Mills, below. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...


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Graham Norton Suggests The Jedward Twins are His Love Children


Sarah Jessica Parker, Joan Rivers, and X-Factor twin act Jedward join Graham Norton for his New Year's Eve special.

A preview, AFTER THE JUMP...

G-A-Y London Nightclub Goes Nuts for X-Factor Twins 'Jedward' [tr]

Sex and the City 2 Trailer Features Glimpse of Gay Wedding


The Sex and the City 2 trailer was unleashed upon the world yesterday and it appears the rumored gay wedding made the cut.


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News: Maryland, Marlon Brando, Maine, Monserrate, Mark Salling


Ellen DeGeneres speaks out against Uganda.


$9.6 million was spent in the battle for and against marriage equality in Maine.



Loving Mr. McDonald: "Patrick might be the only person in America who still keeps a crystal vial of smelling salts in his purse."


Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner says coming out for an actor can be "commercially devastating": “The viability of you as a character – no matter how good an actor you are – can be jeopardized by this. We struggle with it – obviously, it’s wrong. It shouldn’t be that way.”


Screen Actors Guild Award nominations announced.


Watch: Robert Downey Jr. in the new Iron Man 2 trailer.


Maryland feeling marriage equality pressure from Washington D.C.: "...the issue of gay marriage is now at Maryland's doorstep, and it increases the urgency for Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to rule on whether the state is permitted to recognize same-sex marriages from other states."


Hugh Jackman is heavily armed.



In a Daily Beast interview, Kevin Sessums asks Sarah Jessica Parker if her decision to go the surrogacy route with Matthew Broderick was a way for them to channel their inner affluent gay man. Says Parker: "God, that’s so true... and so funny. No, no, no ... Matthew and I were looking at a variety of ways to expand our family. So it’s not that simple, channeling our inner gayness. And I wouldn’t say that we are done either. We will keep exploring different ways to have a family I think."


Obama thanked Lieberman for promising to support bill without Medicare or public option.


Sens. Monserrate and Onorato protested in Queens for anti-gay marriage votes.


New hope for skin and lung cancer as genetic code is cracked: "Not only will the cancer maps pave the way for blood tests to spot tumours far earlier, they will also yield new drug targets, says the Wellcome Trust team."


Pee wee thinks he's Jason Mraz.


Mark Salling sings a Glee tribute.



Vintage Brando.


Homophobic New Mexico lawmaker William Sharer pre-files marriage amendment bill.


Facebook group demands apology from BBC over Uganda forum question asking if gays should be executed.


Greater sea level rise from global warming predicted: "A new paper published online Wednesday in the journal Nature suggests that the world may face a long-term sea-level rise of 20 to 30 feet, even under a modest global temperature rise...The findings are significant because the estimate is higher than previous projections, which put the sea-level increase at between 13 and 20 feet at 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit, or two degrees Celsius, which is the temperature rise threshold that policymakers are hoping not to cross if they can seal a climate deal in Copenhagen."


The 25th most influential gay and lesbian Australians.


Phillippine elections commission rejects appeal by gay party Ang Ladlad.


Gay activists stamp out Evil Incarnate in Chicago.


Homophobic murderer in UK has sentence cut: "On Thursday, the Appeal Court decided to reduce the period to 14 years after deciding the 21-year-old had been 'led-on' by 15-year-old friend Alexander Kindred, who is now 16. Lady Paton and Lord Clarke decided the sentence should be cut by two years despite the fact Meehan went to the park to inflict violence and later boasted about it at a party."


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