Smaller news than the J.J. Abrams thing.
‘Sex And The City’ Creator To Take On A Comedy From A Toddler’s Point Of View
Wednesday, June 12 by

The women from ‘Sex and the City’ were basically like 45 year-old toddlers.

Now this is what a New York apartment looks like.
Judd Apatow’s New HBO Series ‘Girls’ Gets A Trailer
Monday, December 12 by

I want these girls to challenge the ‘Sex and the City’ girls to a fight.

4 Movies Like Dear John Your Girlfirend Will Make You Endure
Thursday, December 1 by Leah Kayajanian

Movies like “Dear John” have been demasculating men since the beginning of movie dates. Men have become so used to accepting these films as a necessary part of maintaining a…

Not what my Monday needed.
‘Sex And The City’ Prequel Series Will Show Us How They All Became So Shrill And Insufferable
Monday, September 12 by

It’s scheduled to come out in fall 2012. Come on, Mayans. Do your thing!

10 Awesome Movies About Sex
Tuesday, March 15 by Raina Lorring

Check out the these 10 awesome movies about sex. The best movies are about topics that everyone can relate to. Sex is a universal topic and can be an important…

10 Best Beach Sex Scenes
Sunday, November 28 by Ergopotamo

There’s something about the sun and sand that calls for a dirty romp, such as the ones found in these 10 best beach sex scenes. Hollywood has provided explicit seaside…

‘Entourage’ Just Won’t Die
Monday, August 9 by

"Entourage" is on its way out at HBO. According to Latino Review, the show will air its final episode next summer. But that doesn't mean that (insert douche bag lead character's name here before you publish) and the gang are finished. It seems they'll be living on in movie form.

Mark Wahlberg recently mentioned the likelihood of an "Entourage" film, and now creator Doug Ellin is expressing interest in writing a script. And if HBO's other *sshole-based show, "Sex and the City," is any indication, the network is all about a movie spin off.

The real question is whether the show will stay relevant long enough to warrant a film, or will a movie version suffer from the same indifference as X-Files: I Want to Believe. Based on this season's reviews, fans are already losing interest, and I can't say I blame them. If I wanted to watch a bunch of Hollywood D-Bags having sex, I'd get a part-time job as a maintenance man at the Roosevelt Hotel and secretly plant webcams in all of the suites and public bathrooms. I mean, ya know, if I were so inclined, which I'm totally not.