Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall is headed back to HBO for another racy role.
The 51-year-old actress — whose Sex and the City movie was a weekend box office hit — will star in and produce Sensitive Skin about a middle-aged wife and mother in New York who rediscovers her sexuality, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The character then “begins to question her place in the world and the
choices she has made in life,” the trade reports.
The original series — which aired on the BBC — is part of a development deal Cattrall had signed when she agreed to do the SATC feature.
It is her second post-SATC project for the network. She executive produced and starred in the 2005 documentary Kim Cattrall: Sexual Intelligence.
Paramount Pictures have announced that they are reviving Eddie Murphy’s massively successful movie franchise, ‘Beverly Hills Cop’, for a fourth installment, with Murphy on board to reprise the lead role of Axel Foley.
A spokesman for the company said on Thursday (May 29) that the new movie is expected to hit cinema’s in 2010, with Brett Ratner – most noted for his work on the ‘Rush Hour’ movies – in negotiations to direct.
Murphy’s international fame exploded in the 1980s after he first played the troubled Detroit detective, who heads to Beverly Hills to capture a friend’s killer.
The first one was great, the second one was a cartoon focusing mainly on Murphy’s ‘schtick’ for two hours. Didn’t see the third. Why was thew first one great? Cause it wasn’t supposed to star Murphy! It was originally written for Stallone, and then writers retooled it for Eddie (plus his famous ad-libbing certainly added to the success). Lets hope this time the writers remember the character is a serious detective with an off beat persona, and not all off beat persona!
At A Place Called Home Achievement Awards luncheon in Beverly Hill this past weekend.
Laila Ali was there too looking fab….
Please take it easy with the comments…. Nasty one’s and death threats will be deleted asap!!!!!
Mike Myers is too old to have a dance off with Chris Brown.
The belly thing was cool though!
And the winners were:
BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE WINNER
- Ellen Page- Juno
BEST FIGHT WINNER
- Sean Faris vs. Cam Gigandet- Never Back Down
BEST SUMMER MOVIE SO FAR WINNER
- Iron Man
BEST MALE PERFORMANCE WINNER
- Will Smith- I Am Legend
BEST COMEDIC PERFORMANCE WINNER
- Johnny Depp-Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
BREAKTHROUGH PERFORMANCE WINNER
- Zac Efron- Hairspray
BEST VILLAIN WINNER
- Johnny Depp- Sweeney Todd
BEST KISS WINNER
- Briana Evigan and Robert Hoffman-Step Up 2 the Streets
BEST MOVIE WINNER
Tom Cruise presented Adam Sandler with the MTV Generation Award