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Sex Honcho Blasts Mag’s Criticism

We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but a little movie called Sex and The City had its premiere this week.

While scads of hags and their fags are sooooo excited about the flick, you may recall that Time Out New York came out against the big screen adaptation of the HBO series. And gay writer/director Michael Patrick King’s not pleased. He tells HX:

I was disappointed in that. That was unnecessary. It’s just hurtful, but I feel it’s more of an attack on Entertainment Weekly and New York magazine than it is on my girls. We’ve been gone for four years—there’s a reason to open our mouths and say things. Why is there no Time Out cover with Indiana Jones or Iron Man with tape across his mouth? Is it just women who shouldn’t talk?

That’s supposed to be rhetorical, right?

On:           May 30, 2008
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    • Veronica Trash

      Is it just me or doesn’t Michael Patrick King have an attitude problem throughout the interview. Gee whiz, it felt like they were talking to Avril Lavigne !

      May 30, 2008 at 2:18 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • CAm

      Oh My God, give it a rest, they didn’t put Indiana Jones on the cover because that movie isn’t an “Event” in the gay community. I hate it when people pretend to misunderstand what is really going on. He knows that the cover shot of all four women with tape on their mouths wasn’t about saying women shouldn’t talk. It was pointing to their headline that they thought the madness with Sex and the City had gone too far and THEY weren’t going to speak about it in the magazine. I am so tired of people trying to play these games.

      May 30, 2008 at 3:48 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Charley

      I walked out half way through the movie. They talked like horny female impersonators, not real women. Must be the fact a gay man wrote their dialogue. I met Sarah Jessica Parker about 4 years ago at Bette Midler’s NYC fundraiser for beautifying Harlem slums into gardens. Sarah Jessica was sweet, and not as horse faced as she is now. About the carbunckle on her chin. Why doesn’t she remove it ? Malignant? Hope not.
      BTW I choked on a Magnolia bakery cupcake, thought I was going to have to call a rescue team from 911. Dry. Too much baking soda in their recipe.

      Jun 1, 2008 at 11:21 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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