Sex and The City Two – Fashion Sneak Peek
The NY Daily News reports: It’s been Drama and the City ever since Carrie Bradshaw and her Louboutin heels hit the streets of the upper East Side to begin filming “Sex and the City 2″ last Tuesday.
Hordes of fans began bombarding the set as early as 7 a.m. on the first day of shooting, and it seems that the return of the fashionable foursome – and their hunky male co-stars – has caused a little too much excitement. Film security has had to tighten its game when dealing with the crazed Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda wanna-bes. More after the jump….
“They looked more like they were protecting the President than Sarah Jessica Parker,” said an onlooker at 84th St. and Park Ave., where the leggy leading lady was repeatedly being filmed hailing a cab. “At one point, teenage girls were practically trampling each other trying to get to Sarah Jessica as she was walking back to her trailer, but her security team was shoving everyone out of the way.”
When SJP noticed her detail’s tactics, she implored them not to “hurt her fans.” Said the onlooker: “She looked upset and extremely concerned. The guards were getting pretty rough.”
The muscles aren’t concerned only about the “SATC” ladies. By 9:30 yesterday morning, they were already fighting off fans who had lined up on 52nd St., where Chris Noth and SJP were shooting a scene inside an office building that’s reportedly serving as Mr. Big’s.
“The security team looked really anxious when a male fan approached Chris for a photo,” another spy says.
Like Parker, Noth told the detail to back off and happily stopped for the fan.
At least the fearless followers got reassurance that Carrie and Mr. Big are back on track – they were both sporting wedding rings during filming yesterday, while that accessory was conspicuously missing from Parker’s hand on Tuesday.
Later yesterday morning, the hysteria continued as fellow “SATC” star Cynthia Nixon (l.) had to be rerouted to her trailer when crowds began aggressively approaching her. “People were screaming and trying to push past guards,” a source said.
Onlookers were then told that she wouldn’t be filming her scene after all. “The fans were just too much,” continued the snitch. “Security looked legitimately concerned for her safety.”
As Miz Bradshaw would say, hey, that’s New York!
Via: NY Daily News