April 12th, 2010
09:55 AM ET
Hey movie trailer fans! Welcome back to the Trailer Park. It was interesting to see that last week’s reader comments were all about Angelina Jolie. Folks definitely have an opinion about the would-be Mrs. Pitt! Now, let’s see if there’s as much reaction to another beautiful leading actress from Hollywood’s elite.
Warner Bros. has released the second trailer for their hotly anticipated sequel, “Sex and the City 2,” starring Sarah Jessica Parker. Is it just me or are these four TV-stars turned silver-screen-sirens completely ageless?
I mean, all four of them - SJP, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis look as gorgeous and fresh as they did back in 1998 when the original “Sex and the City” debuted on HBO. In the film, two years has passed since the last time we caught up with New York’s fab four and the girls are dealing with marriage, parenthood and a whole lot of temptation - Carrie’s other great love, “Aidan,” is back in the picture. FULL POST
April 12th, 2010
08:42 AM ET
I didn’t see it coming. As competitive as Michael Johnson is, he left “Celebrity Apprentice” without being fired. He informed Donald Trump that he needed to leave to take care of his son.
We don’t know why. He stated he would know more once he landed, but Trump said it wasn’t fair to his team to leave and return. How wonderful to see Johnson make family a priority. More people need to do that when it comes to the professional life vs. the personal one.
I am starting to like Bret Michaels more. He received a text message saying his daughter needed to be tested for diabetes. He knows firsthand about insulin injections, so the mere thought of her enduring the condition upset him. He threw himself into his work. He said that if he learned that she were really sick, he would leave to take care of her. His tears flowed suddenly, but I felt bad for any parent and him who has diabetes and wonders if a son or daughter will have it too. FULL POST
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