It was back to back nights of Sundance premieres for the Sarah Jessica Parker/Matthew Broderick power couple with Sunday bringing out her Smart People and Sunday featuring his Diminished Capacity. Both actors were happy to accompany their other halves to the big premieres — awwww. While I've heard good things about SJP's project with Dennis Quaid and Thomas Haden Church, I was actually there to see Matthew's movie last night. It's an incredibly sweet and funny film — Matthew plays perfectly slightly neurotic but hilarious while Alan Alda was just great as Matthew's elderly uncle. Plus, I can't not gush a little about seeing SJP again (this time from afar, though Sunday's treat of seeing her interviewed was thrills enough) as she came into the theater to a sea of flashing cameras of other audience members. Definitely a great weekend in Park City for all the stars and makers of these two films.
SJP is there for her Smart project, but of course everyone wants to hear about Sex and the City especially the new addition to one of the star's families. Christopher Noth's girlfriend had a baby over the weekend and Sarah was happy to gush about the new dad. She said, "I'm thrilled for him because I think first of all he's going to make a wonderful, wonderful father...He found a lovely lady to have a child with. It's the perfect time for him and I think he's very ready." Mr. Big Daddy? Sorry, sorry, I had to.
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Images include: Ashton Holmes, Camille Mana, Dennis Quaid, Kimberly Buffington, Geoffrey Gilmore, Matthew Broderick, Noam Murro, Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia Madsen, Alan Alda, Terry Kinney, Louis C.K., Kaycee Stroh