Michael Patrick King re-imagines the 'SaTC' ladies as ... babies
The sexy actresses who star in the upcoming sequel film Sex and the City 2 — namely Sarah Jessica Parker (as Carrie Bradshaw), Kim Cattrall (as Samantha Jones), Cynthia Nixon (as Miranda Hobbes) and Kristin Davis (as Charlotte Yorke-Goldenblatt) — are featured on the cover and in the pages of this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine. In the mag, SaTC director/writer Michael Patrick King shares a couple of fictional screenplays where he re-imagines the ladies in different settings, as different characters. Here are a few photos of the SaTC ladies in the pages of this week’s EW magazine and a cute fictional screenplay (written by MPK) that (oddly, yet funnily) re-imagines Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte as babies:
Ever wonder what Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha were like when they wore Pampers instead of Prada? You’re in luck! The writer-director behind the SATC movies offers this ”screenplay” featuring tiny versions of the fab foursome.
SEX AND THE CITY 2: THE PREQUEL
EXT. ”HAPPY BABY DAY CARE CENTER” — DAY
The sun is shining.
INT. HAPPY BABY DAY CARE CENTER
A room full of 2-year-old babies playing. Cheery walls, colorful children’s artwork on display. On a pink play mat in the corner of the room sit: BABY CARRIE, BABY CHARLOTTE, BABY MIRANDA, and BABY SAMANTHA…who is happily sucking on her bottle.
BABY SAMANTHA Hmmm. Hmmm. Hmmm. Hmmm.
BABY CARRIE We get it. You like milk.
BABY SAMANTHA Nonfat, low-fat, skim milk, whole milk, buttermilk…
BABY CHARLOTTE Buttermilk. Ewwww.
BABY SAMANTHA Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it.
Baby Carrie glances over at Baby Miranda, who is looking sad.
BABY CARRIE What’s happening over there, Miranda?
BABY MIRANDA The day-care man never picks me up.
BABY CARRIE That’s not true. I’ve seen him pick you up.
BABY MIRANDA Once. And only when he had to ’cause I made a doodie in my pants.
BABY SAMANTHA Well — be more aggressive. Spit up on him. It works for me.
BABY CHARLOTTE I’m saving my spit-up for a really handsome day-care worker.
BABY MIRANDA Shhh — here he comes.
A HANDSOME MALE DAY CARE WORKER approaches them — seen only from the knees down.
BABY CARRIE (VOICE-OVER) As we watched the day-care worker approach, I couldn’t help but wonder — is any man really worth spitting up for?
The man puts a very cute, dark-haired LITTLE BOY on the play mat next to Carrie. The little boy looks at Carrie — his eyes twinkle.
BABY CARRIE (V.O.) And that’s when I saw him for the first time…Mr. Little.
Baby Carrie spits up on herself. Still adorable.
LOL!! This is cute but … weird. For more fun like this, click HERE to read Michael Patrick King‘s re-imagining of Sex and the City as a film-noir-inspired murder-mystery (random, I know). MPK also wrote a SaTC screenplay as a postapocalyptic sci-fi thriller set in 2040.