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The 'Sex and The City' actress accidentally shows her lacy underwear while parting her ballgown for pictures.
SJP was joined by husband Matthew Broderick and young son James Wilkie when they stopped by the Museum of Modern Art to see 'The Maybe'.
The wife of Matthew Broderick candidly confesses that she is not sure about the 'Sex and the City' prequel series.
The actress, who replaces Demi Moore to play feminist Gloria Steinem, doesn't make it to the final cut because the filmmakers say her performance is not needed after all.
The two movie celebrities are set to take emcee roles in this year's Nobel Peace Prize Concert, which will take place in Norway on December 11.
The former 'Sex and the City' star and the 'Bride Wars' actress have landed multi-episode arcs in the upcoming chapter, which will feature a show within a show.
For playing dual roles in 'Jack and Jill', for starring in comedy 'Just Go With It' and for writing the screenplay of 'Bucky Larson', Sandler has to receive the biggest shame.
The 'New Year's Eve' actress admits that taking over the role of Gloria Steinem from Moore is a difficult challenge because 'the circumstances are not ideal' and she didn't have enough preparation.
Katharine McPhee and Larry King are among those choosing the New York Giants to win, while Jessica Simpson and Arnold Schwarzenegger are cheering for the New England Patriots.
The 'New Year's Eve' actress is seen rocking a bright blond wig and dark contact lenses to portray the iconic feminist while filming a scene for the biopic in Los Angeles.
The 'Sex and the City' actress has been cast to take over Moore's role as feminist icon Gloria Steinem in the Linda Lovelace biopic project.
The 'Sex and the City' star dons the Philip Treacy headpiece when attending the Crown Oaks Club ladies luncheon in Melbourne to promote 'I Don't Know How She Does It'.
Saying that she is happy for her 'Sex and the City' co-star, SJP adds, 'I know she's wanted to have a family for a long time and she deserves that unique kind of happiness that children bring.'
'I don't shirk any of my civic responsibilities,' says the 'Sex and the City' actress when asked to clarify report that she was complaining when she came to Manhattan federal court for a jury duty.
In the newly-released preview, Sarah becomes a working mother of two children whose life is controlled by her work.