12/1/21 Entertainment News *New Sex and The City Trailer*

HBO Max released a new trailer on Tuesday for And Just Like That…, the highly anticipated Sex and the City revival starring Sarah Jessica ParkerKristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon. The “new chapter of the groundbreaking HBO series,” according to the streamer, “will follow Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte  — played respectively by Parker, Nixon and Davis — as as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s.” “The more I live, the more I find that if you have good friends in your corner, anything’s possible,” Carrie says in the clip. “The future’s unwritten, because we’re all at different stages of life.” And Just Like That… premieres with two episodes on December 9…(Trailer contains adult content.)

Following the streaming release of her directorial debut Bruised, on Netflix, Halle Berry has inked a multi-film deal with the service, serving as both producer and star, according VarietyBruised, in which Berry plays an MMA fighter who reclaims her power both in the ring and in her life, was rated as its top film in the United States this week, according to Netflix. Berry will next be seen in two Netflix originals — not part of the new deal — including the sci-fi project The Mothership, which she’ll executive produce and star, and Our Man from Jersey, opposite Mark Wahlberg

Nicolas Cage is set to play Dracula in Universal’s Renfield, a monster movie centering on the legendary vampire’s notorious henchman, according to Deadline. Plot details have yet to be revealed, but it’s believed to take place in the present day. The original Dracula novel, depicted R.M. Renfield as an inmate at a lunatic asylum, thought to be suffering from delusions, but was, in reality, a servant of Dracula. Cage will next be seen in be seen next playing himself in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, set to open in 2022…

ABC’s General Hospital has wrapped up longtime character Jason Morgan’s storyline with residents of the fictional Port Charles reacting to news that Jason — played by Steve Burton — had perished in a tunnel collapse while attempting to rescue his long-lost brother Drew Cain, portrayed by Cameron Mathison. Burton left the show over it’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Deadline reports ABC has no plans to recast his character at this time…

— Bill Cosby is back in the spotlight. Prosecutors in Pennsylvania are asking the Supreme Court to reinstate his conviction. A state court overturned it in June, letting the comedian walk after serving three years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman in 2004. At the time, the DA agreed not to file charges but prosecutors now argue deals made behind the scenes set a dangerous precedent. At least eight other women have made similar allegations against the man once known as “America’s Dad.”

— Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest has a star-studded lineup. Liza Koshy, actor Billy Porter and singer Ciara. Koshy, will co-host the show along side Seacrest.

Kenneth Proto

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