In popular culture

The World Trade Center was a symbolic construction that appeared in numerous films and on many television programs, cartoons, comics, video games, and music videos. The Twin Towers appeared in many popular programs such as Friends, Sex and the City, New York Undercover, and NYPD Blue, and cartoons like Ninja Turtles, The Mr. Bill Show, The Simpsons, or Family Guy.The towers also appeared in popular films like Escape From New York, Godspell, King Kong, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, New Jack City, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, She-Devil, or Independence Day, and also appeared in video clips of popular musicians such as Janet Jackson, the Spice Girls, Madonna, Depeche Mode, Linkin Park, Bryan Adams and Pet Shop Boys on the events of 11 September attacks were portrayed in several documentaries and movies, including two major films made in 2006, World Trade Center Oliver Stone and Paul Greengrass’s United 93. In several films released after September 11 had to digitally remove the towers, one was Spider-Man. After the attacks , most reissued on television programs chose not to show the towers, cutting the parts where the same appeared on Friends and The Simpsons, for example.Shots of the World Trade Center were removed from the opening sequences of the HBO series Sex and the City and The Sopranos episodes made after the destruction of buildings as a mark of respect for the victims of Sept. 11. 29 In the final season of the Fox series, Fringe, World Trade Center is intact in a parallel universe of New York City.