Sex returned to the city Tuesday as Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon strapped on their stilettos for the “Sex and the City” premiere.
“It’s so good to be home where sex belongs,” said pic’s writer-director Michael Patrick King.
A sudden downpour just as guests were arriving at Radio City Music Hall failed to dampen spirits as thousands of female fans flocked to catch a glimpse of their favorite foursome. Luckily, the rain stopped as suddenly as it started, which King attributed to his mother.
“My Irish Catholic mother sat at the window of her hotel and prayed to God all day saying, ‘Dear Jesus, please don’t let it rain on my son’s big sex party.'”
Before the screening, King also showered some love on New Line, saying, “They are a venerable, rebellious and artistic group.”
As for the chance of more sex with a second pic, producer Darren Star would only say “anything’s possible.”
Those enjoying cosmos at the packed after-party at the Museum of Modern Art included pic’s Jennifer Hudson, Mario Cantone, Jason Lewis, Chris Noth and David Eigenberg, as well as Jeffrey Bewkes, Daniel Battsek, Joan Allen, Donald Trump and Katie Couric.