his Friday, the femme fatales at the heart of HBO's hit series make their big screen debut. Don't pretend you haven't noticed.
There was the breathless 19-page spread--and cover--in Vogue magazine this month, and a series of stories in the New York Times. Reports of runaway advance-ticket sales on Fandango.com made the rounds. And data from the Hollywood Stock Exchange, a Cantor Fitzgerald-owned prediction market for box-office receipts, shows traders expect the movie to make $75 million over its first four weeks.
But all the glamour and glitter is causing some in the industry to wonder if the Sex and the City franchise--like a mid-40s single New Yorker--is past its prime.
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