Trailer: I Don’t Know How She Does It, Starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Brooklyn Heights

A sharp eyed BHB reader clued us in that the trailer for I Don’t Know How She Does It, filmed partially in Brooklyn Heights, is now available online. Back in February, stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Christina Hendricks shot around Plymouth Church, which can be seen in the trailer along with Garden Place. The film opens September 16. Watch the video after the jump.

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  • stuart

    I thought that was pretty bad.
    The scenes of Boston were nice.

  • AEB

    Made it through .56 seconds. The “The Following Preview….” advert, was by far the best part….

    And can someone please tell me the point of Sarah Jessica Parker?

  • Teddy


    I wish I could, but I can’t. Nor can I tell you the point of Jennifer Aniston or Meg Ryan. Well, maybe they’re all like “comfort food” for some female viewers who like seeing actresses close to 50 taking on roles intended for actresses 15-20 years younger.

  • AEB

    Well, I suppose, Teddy, that SJP is not SO attractive that one (if one is female, presumably) feels threatened by her looks–she is “approachable.” And isn’t–or wasn’t–she something of a clotheshorse? Another check.

    Plus her light comic style is also…comforting.

  • AnnOfOrange

    Love the blowing snow in the Plymouth Church courtyard on a windless and sunny day!

  • nabeguy

    One thing to say about SJP…I don’t know why she does it.

  • Wrennie

    Teddy, there was someone on SNL who did a great impersonation of Meg Ryan, making fun of how much she flogs her cuteness to death. I can’t find a clip, but it was spot-on.

    There are a lot of female actors who have become soundbites and caricatures. SJP has that childish shriek, Julia Roberts has that hearty guffaw (I think the only movie she was in that didn’t employ the laugh was Erin Brokovich)…it’s amusing. I don’t really mind either of them…but when a unique sound you make is in every trailer, no matter what the movie is–I think that might be saying something.

  • AEB

    …it says that you’re a brand.

  • WillowtownCop

    Ah, Sarah Jessica No Parking. I wonder if any profits from the movie are being donated to community groups in the neighborhood that had to put up with the filming …