The Sex And The City Prequel Explained! And A Quiz.

Watched the video? Great. A few questions!

1) Would you go see the Sex and the City prequel?

2) Are you the younger generation they’re talking about?  I’m in my 20′s and feel like I grew up on Sex and the City so… the younger generation is 14?

3) How trampy is Blake Lively!?

4) Wait. Selena Gomez? As uber-WASP Charlotte? Really? I think the obvious elephant in the room here is that Selena Gomez has a a spunkier personality than Kristin Davis.

5) Wasn’t The Golden Girls a fun and likable show?

6) Don’t you think Samantha would have gotten a cane?

7) Why are all their children babies forever?

8) Do you make angry fist motions at your television when you are angry? Would that be a fun things to do?

9) There will probably be some sort of cameo appearence of Mr. Big in the prequel, won’t there? Like, Carrie will be out at some nightclub and see some cute guy and ask Samantha who it is and she’ll say “that’s John Big” and Carrie will snort dismissively and say “he looks like an asshole” and we’ll all chuckle knowingly, right?

10) Right?

11) Isn’t it weird that there’s another Olsen?

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    • Eileen

      The “younger generation” is probably, you know, 16-18 or so…and will be in college by the time the movie is released. I’m 22, and SATC went off the air when I was 15, so while I’ve seen it, I’ve only seen it in reruns or on DVD. Also, I like Lilit’s casting of Suri Cruise as young Charlotte.

    • Summer

      I would only see this movie if they got a cast of brand new, talented, and well matched actresses to play the main roles. I do not want to see these famous but poorly matched young girls ruining what may be a good prequel.

    • Magda

      OH MY GOD!!!!!! When will the madness end????

      Yes, lets totally expose younger people to the idea that being promiscuous will fix all your emotional problems/insecurity issues. Carrie Bradshaw is an amazing role model.

      And really, isn’t that what all middle aged women want? To see a bunch of young girls, who are the same ages as their daughters and nieces, on screen talking sex like a bunch of seventeen year old “flower” girls in a pre-WWI French bordello? Because that’s not awkward.