What do we have here? Is it… another trailer for And just like that, NS Sex and the city reboot coming on HBO Max December 9? There’s so much to unpack in this trailer, that I’m not even sure it will fit in Carrie’s walk-in closet, which is still huge, in case you’re wondering.
Where to start? First things first: Carrie is podcasting about masturbation at Barney’s. Now that I’ve covered that, let me mention a few other moments that I believe deserve some attention in the editing of these intricate scenes. Big is Pelotoning strongly, which scares me that there will be a lock-focused arc here. NS Peter Pan’s Hat still hanging around. Carrie is asking someone about the dating app, which means Big is probably going to die as everyone suspects. Will he have a heart attack on his stationary bike? What a way to go.
Carrie is talking to her shoes and calling them by pet names, which I have to admit is on the label. More proof that some things never change: There’s Big smoking a cigar inside again, which can’t be good for his Peloton training or Carrie’s background image. Of course, unless this Big is really a ghost, that wouldn’t be the weirdest thing going on here.
No, actually, the most striking element of this new trailer is a new mode of transportation that seems to have entered the world of Sex and the city. It’s… the subway ???? What? Not a single yellow taxi in sight! As if to emphasize the fact that most New Yorkers’ primary means of transportation eventually came to Carrie’s world, there was not one, not two, not three, but four the entire clip about the subway in this trailer. Only one of those scenes has a character actually riding it, which is Miranda, because of course it is. Because she’s everyone’s woman, Miranda also often tells someone how hard it is to have it all.
Just nine more days before we can begin to understand Big’s contrasting lifestyle of cigars and Pelotons. Get your Post-Its stack ready!
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