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Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Chris Noth in London for the National Movie Awards

Chris Noth ("Mike Logan", Law & Order, Law & Order Criminal Intent) made an appearance last night at the National Movie Awards in London, representing the “Sex and the City” movie, which was nominated in the best comedy category. According to the The Sun, “I have no idea why they’re not here,” said Noth. “They’re probably all busy, I had a window and I love London so I wanted to come.”

Noth also was reported as speculating the a sequel to the “Sex and the City” movie may be set in London. Here’s one report:

SATC comes to London

Tuesday, 9 September 2008

Chris Noth has hinted there could be a 'Sex and the City: The Movie' sequel set in London.

The actor - who plays 'Mr. Big' in the original hit US TV show and this year's film adaptation - says producers are considering doing a big screen follow-up after the success of the movie, and think the UK capital would be the perfect setting.

Speaking at the National Movie Awards in London last night (08.09.08), Chris told BANG Showbiz: "We are doing a sequel right here in London. I don't know, I'm just kidding - it's up to the writer, Michael Patrick King.

"He has some great ideas. I think it would be a great place to make it. If Woody Allen can make films in London, why can't we?"

Chris also revealed he has some ideas for the storyline of the sequel, which would centre around 'Mr. Big' and Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw.

He added: "Maybe Carrie and 'Mr. Big' could take their honeymoon here - maybe his business could move here or could bring him here and they could settle down.

"They could take in some old Kings and Queens, Westminster Abbey, do all the tourist stuff - that would be fun!"

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1 comment:

Music Wench said...

He's only been gone for a short while from LOCI and I miss him terribly already. LOL Nice to see him out and about.