Two years, a Miley Cyrus and Liza Minnelli later, the Sex and the City girls return. The trailer for the sequel arrived on the overnight, and it sort of gives away much of the money. Including the part where the most unlikely of gay romances — Anthony Marentino and Stanford Blatch — results in a wedding to end all weddings. But is the trick in marketing the SATC second-coming actually to overshare, and thus offer some sort of guarantee to straight women, and gay men, that there will be something for everyone?
Oh, and that wonderful Cynthia Nixon is still straight in fake life.