'Sex and the City 2' Premiere Brings Out the Stars

Chris Noth, who plays Carrie"s husband, John Preston -- aka Big -- looked suave and debonair in a black tuxedo. In the sequel, Big and Carrie are rumored to have marital problems. On the red carpet, Noth didn't really kiss and tell about the plot, saying the movie is about "grappling with the traditions." Noth said his character, who has been running from tradition, "now settles into [marriage]." He and Carrie "kind of miss each other," he said, and "their ability to think for themselves and not the way society wants them to."

Kristin Davis.

VIDEO: A scene from the upcoming Sex and the City 2.
'Sex and the City 2' Movie Clip

Unlike many of her female co-stars, Kristin Davis did take the time to summarize the movie, calling it "a fun romp." Dressed in a bright-pink gown, Davis also dispelled frequent rumors of offscreen cattiness among the four women. "All four of us were together for most of the time off camera. We had a very similar situation to what they had in the movie but with less controversy," Davis said.

Perhaps most astonishingly of all, Howard Stern and Donald Trump, two guests at the premiere, admitted they were diehard "Sex and the City" fans. Stern explained he was a "closeted" devotee, while Trump boasted that "Carrie would win Miss USA."

This time around, will the most-anticipated romantic comedy of the year live up to even the Donald's expectations? "Sex and the City 2" opens nationwide May 27.

VIDEO: A scene from the upcoming Sex and the City 2.
'Sex and the City 2' Movie Clip

Cynthia Nixon.
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