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Sarah Jessica Parker Heralds Triumphant Return of ‘Sex’

Photo: Andrew Eccles; Styling by Alex Slavycz; Hair by Orlando Pita; For Orlo; Makeup by Leslie Lopez; Manicure by Gina Eppolito; Dress by Lanvin; Shoes by Vicini; Diamond Studs by Cartier


In this week's issue, Emily Nussbaum profiles Sarah Jessica Parker on the eve of Sex and the City: The Movie's release (and Mr. Big's tragic, completely expected death). Madonna and Justin Timberlake ditch Timbaland and go dancing at the Box. Millions of Ira Glass fans finally find out what his face looks like. At last, the joy of competitive overeating comes to the Nintendo Wii. Andrew M. Goldstein examines the legacy of P.S. 1 founder Alanna Heiss. David Edelstein confirms that sitting through Speed Racer is pretty much as harrowing as you'd expect from the trailer. How are this month's DVDs? Logan Hill investigates. Kate Charles checks in with Redbelt star Chiwetel Ejiofor. John Leonard bemoans An American Crime's torture of poor Ellen Page. Sam Anderson bemoans Aleksandar Hemon's chronic addiction to semicolons. Vulture's own Dan Kois raps with Child 44 author Tom Rob Smith. Boris Kachka chats up the cast of Top Girls. Jeremy McCarter lauds The Country Girl and Les Liasons Dangereuses for finally putting a spotlight on virtuoso performers. Ever wondered how much art you can get for $70 million? Us too!