I’ve added candids that were still missing in the gallery from January 12th, as well as a new Carrie Diaries poster and some pictures from Twitter a few days ago. Also, check out a new promo for tomorrow’s episode Lie With Me below!
Check out these two new videos which include AnnaSophia’s radio feature on Sway, and a Carrie Diaries interview that was done at the TCA’s last weekend.
I’ve added pictures from AnnaSophia’s visit to the SiriusFM Studios on Monday, as well as caps from her Live! With Kelly and Michael appearance, of which you can also watch the video below. Also, click on continue for an on-set interview by PIX11.
I hope you all got to see The Carrie Diaries last night because it was just amazing! I really loved it and hope it will be on for many more episodes!
Caps of the first episode are now up in the gallery, and I have added a new photoshoot that was taken yesterday as well. Also, be sure to check out the promo for next week’s episode of The Carrie Diaries below!
‘The Carrie Diaries’ On The CW: AnnaSophia Robb On The ‘Sex And The City’ Prequel
By Leigh Weingus || January 14th, 2013
When “The Carrie Diaries” premieres on The CW (Monday, January 14 at 8 p.m. EST), AnnaSophia Robb officially steps into Carrie Bradshaw’s Manolo Blahniks.
While she certainly has the look for the “Sex and the City” prequel, the 19-year-old actress is the first to admit that taking on the role was a little nerve-wracking. “I don’t think anyone can run in heels better than Sarah Jessica Parker,” she laughed. “I’m nervous. I want the show to do well!”
‘The Carrie Diaries’: AnnaSophia Robb on the ‘Sex and the City’ Prequel
By Anna Klassen || January 14th, 2013
It’s 1984, and young Carrie Bradshaw isn’t carousing around Manhattan with Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte, or falling in and out of love with Mr. Big. Instead, the fashion-forward teen is still in high school, navigating life after the tragic death of her mother while trying to make friends and maybe even find love. Maybe.
This is The Carrie Diaries, the CW’s adaptation of Candace Bushnell’s beloved novel of the same name, which premieres tonight.
But in this version, the raunchy sex scenes and graphic wordplay are exchanged for more doe-eyed recountings of first times (“It was like putting a hot dog in a keyhole,” says one character). Veteran producers and experts in teen angst Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl, The O.C.) offer up a Carrie who is just as stylish as her adult counterpart, but less jaded from a lifetime of one night stands and cosmopolitans. With Gossip Girl costume designer Eric Daman supplying a keen eye for retro fashion and a soundtrack showcasing an array of 80s Top 40 hits to boot—listen for the indie-rock cover of “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”—The Carrie Diaries is a welcome blast from the past, one that might occasionally also pull at your heartstrings.