Sarah Jessica Parker Stylishly Reunites With 'Sex and the City' Co-Stars at 'Divorce' Premiere

by Jackie Willis 7:15 AM PDT, October 05, 2016
Playing Sarah Jessica Parker Stylishly Reunites With 'Sex and the City' Co-Stars at 'Divorce' Premiere

It was like no time had passed when Sarah Jessica Parker hit the red carpet with her Sex and the City co-stars on Tuesday night.

Cynthia Nixon and Mario Cantone, who portrayed Miranda Hobbes and Anthony Marantino on the wildly popular HBO series and movies, showed up at the New York City premiere of the 51-year-old actress' new HBO show, Divorce.

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Parker would have made her SATC character, Carrie Bradshaw, proud with her purple sequin Dolce & Gabbana dress, SJP Collection shoes, a Chloe bag and Fred Leighton jewelry.

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In addition to Nixon and Cantone, other stars at the premiere included SJP's husband, Matthew Broderick, and pals Andy Cohen, Olivia Newton John, and Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld.

While on the red carpet, ET had Broderick share some tips he would give to Parker's on-screen husband, Thomas Haden Church. "Listen to her. You know, that helps," the 54-year-old actor advised. "Give her a little present every now and then. Just be kind to her."

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Tuesday's mini-SATC reunion comes after Parker recently spoke to ET about the possibility of a third sequel in the TV-turn-movie franchise.

"We have this very long and honored relationship with those women and men that watched our show," she said. "We aren't casual about it and we have to know that we are offering up something that is deserving of their time and affection and dollars for tickets. So we consider all those things. That means we aren't being flighty with them. It's not on the table. It's in the warming drawer."

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