Friday, March 07, 2008

SJP Falls Head Over Heels For Vogue Magazine

As the release date of the much anticipated Sex and the City movie gets closer and closer we are getting to see more promo for the movie taking place in NYC. This week, Sarah Jessica Parker (who plays Carrie Bradshaw) and Chris Noth (who plays Mr. Big) were photographed by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz for an upcoming issue of Vogue magazine. The shoot took place on 5th Ave. in NYC, NY (a famed shopping area) in front of Bergdorf Goodman department store with SJP lookin' sassy while Chris Noth struggles to carry all of her Louis Vuitton luggage ... here are a few pics:

Photo credit: Splash News and Wireimage

Wee! I love it. SJP looks amazing in her tweed suit and I love the image of Mr. Big lugging all of the LV luggage on his own. Unfortch for SJP, things didn't go as smoothly during a different shoot later on at the Lincoln Center where SJP took a very embarrassing tumble. Fortunately she was unhurt in the fall ... here are a couple pics of SJP's embarrassing fall and a bit of info about the movie from the star herself:

Sex And The City star Sarah Jessica Parker appears to take an embarrassing tumble during a glamorous photoshoot with a famed photographer. The actress, who plays columnist Carrie Bradshaw in the series and upcoming film, looked like she had lost her composure and slipped up during a photographic session for Vogue magazine, shot by Annie Leibovitz. SJP was left red-faced after the fall as assistants rushed to help her up - and ensure the clothes were not ruined. The shoot took place yesterday at the Lincoln Center in New York. The previous day, the 42-year-old and teamed up with on-screen flame, Chris Noth who plays Mr Big, for pictures on 5th Avenue. But while that look was all business, with her dressed in metallic stilettos, hat, purse and suit, yesterday's shoot was all about romance with SJP's hair tousled and a soft pink, layered dress ... Fans have been so desperate to get news of what lies in store for the fashion-conscious four that they turned up in their thousands to watch filming. SJP said: "The movie doesn't pick up right where the series ended. It's a few years later, which makes everything - well, in terms of Carrie's life specifically, there's much more at stake. There's a lot more time invested in her relationship with Big, and obviously in her friendships, her career and what she thinks is the destination point in her life. The story - which is like the whole series - is about friendship and growing up and the decisions we make and the triumphs. And it's about the massive disappointment and the mistakes, and what you learn and what you don't learn when you should learn. A lot of this movie is going to be surprising to people. This is a grown-up movie."

Awww ... poor SJP. I suppose it's possible that the fall was staged but it's not like the Carrie Bradshaw character is danger prone or anything .... hahahahaha, she prolly really did slip and fall on her booty. I can't believe how excited I am for this movie ... especially since I'm a VERY late-comer to the SaTC series (I only *just* watched the entire series for the first time ever over the holidays). I'm still not entirely sure how the movie will come across -- will it feel like a 2-hour episode? Will it really feel like a cohesive movie with a beginning and an end? Will Carrie finally make it down the aisle with Big? All I know is that I'm dying to know what the SaTC ladies have been up to in the years since the show ended. I can imagine that there are hordes of fans out there even more ravenous for this movie. May 30th can't get here soon enough for me! [Source]