Film Because Thousands of Clueless Sarah Jessica Parker Fans Inadvertently Demanded It
posted by July 23 at 14:00 PMon
That imaginary book that Sarah Jessica Parker was reading in the Sex and the City movie? The one that confounded thousands of booksellers and Amazon.com’s search engine because it didn’t actually exist and yet thousands of SatC fans insisted that it did because they saw it in the SatC movie?
One New York minute after word spread that fans of the Sex and the City movie were logging onto Amazon.com in hopes of purchasing Love Letters of Great Men — the fake book highlighted in the film — publisher Pan MacMillan announced that on Aug. 15, they’re planning to release a book with the same title in the U.K., to include “all of the letters referenced in the film.”
I find it especially annoying that the one thing in the entire goddamned movie that wasn’t a product placement is now officially a product.