Awww poor Kristin . . . totally opposite of her SATC character Charlotte.
Sex & The City star Kristin Davis has given up on her dreams of marriage.
The actress has been candid about her hopes of finding lasting love, but at 44, Davis has yet to walk down the aisle.
But she insists she’s found fulfilment on her own, without a life partner.
She tells the New York Daily News, “I don’t know if I’ll ever get married. I don’t say never, but I just might not. I’m 44, but I think you can have what you want no matter how old you are!”
Ironically, Davis brought the plight of single, middle-aged women into the spotlight playing the prissy Charlotte York Goldenblatt in the long-running TV series-turned-movie, which ended in her character’s happy marriage.
I decided to do a list of 10 movie quotes that really mean something to me and I really relate to with how I feel about love, a certain man and life in general. I probably have posted most of these quotes on the blog at some point, but that just shows how much I love them,
“Sometimes I wish I had never met you. Because then I could go to sleep at night not knowing that there is someone like you out there.” (Good Will Hunting) -
While I love this quote, I more love that it kinda explained how I felt about someone a while ago. I always feel it is mis-quoted in terms of how it is said in the movie, as it is not said between two people who love each other. It is about Will Hunting (Matt Damon) being so brilliant.
“I’m scared of walking out of this room and never feeling the rest of my whole life, the way I feel when I’m with you.” (Dirty Dancing)
Dang this hit me very hard when I watched the movie recently as it was totally how I felt when I left to come to the USA when I kinda said goodbye to someone. Although we did not say bye as such . . . but that whole moment in Dirty Dancing is totally how I felt.
“After all . . . tomorrow, is another day.” (Gone with the Wind)
I think this is always important to remember. That no matter how bad things are, tomorrow is another day (and hopefully a change in fortune?)
I think Kevin would be fantastic as Oscar host !!!
Kevin Spacey is considering starting an Internet campaign to land the job of hosting the 2010 Academy Awards.
The actor has a great relationship with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, having scooped statuettes for The Usual Suspects and American Beauty, and now he wants to take over from fellow actor Hugh Jackman as the host of the 82nd Awards.
Spacey says. “I’d love to host the Oscars. We can start a campaign on Twitter right now.”