Entertainment Iconic NYC characters who deserve statues in the city: From Carrie Bradshaw to King Kong By Scott Rosenberg email@example.com Updated July 5, 2016 5:45 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Some iconic characters deserve a permanent spot in New York City. Marvel on Tuesday announced that a 13-foot tall statue of Captain America is coming to Prospect Park in August. But Captain America isn't the only fictional NYC native who should have a statue in one of the five boroughs. Here are some movie and TV show characters we'd like to see made into statues. Spider-Man Photo Credit: Niko Tavernise Where: Forest Hills If Captain America is going to represent Brooklyn, Queens' hometown hero deserves a similar honor. Carrie Bradshaw from 'Sex and the City' Photo Credit: HBO Where: Outside the Magnolia Bakery at 11th and Bleecker Pay homage to the beloved fashionista while getting a cupcake from her favorite joint. John Shaft from 'Shaft' Photo Credit: Photofest Where: Harlem Who is the man who deserves a statue in this town? Shaft. But I'm just talking about Richard Roundtree. Fran Fine from 'The Nanny' Photo Credit: Cliff Lipson Where: Flushing While she left her gig at a bridal shop in Flushing, Queens, we still think it's the best nabe to pay tribute to her. Judge Harry Anderson of 'Night Court' Photo Credit: TV Land Where: Outside the New York Superior Court building The perfect monument to honor the judge/magician/Mel Torme lover would play the iconic jazzy theme song when you went before the court. Archie Bunker from 'All in the Family' Photo Credit: Tandem Productions Where: Glendale Put Archie sitting in his iconic chair outside the actual home shown in the beginning of the program set in this Queens neighborhood. King Kong Photo Credit: Weta Digital Ltd. / Universal Studios Where: Outside the Empire State Building Honestly, it's kind of shocking that there isn't a King Kong statute already. Tess McGill from 'Working Girl' Photo Credit: Twentieth Century Fox Where: Staten Island Ferry Terminal Before she could work her way up in the business world, Melanie Griffith's Tess McGill had to ride the ferry to Manhattan. The 'Seinfeld' foursome Photo Credit: NBC Where: Outside Tom's Restaurant at Broadway and 112th Street I no longer want to live in a world where tourists don't walk around Morningside Heights wondering, "What's the deal with this 'Seinfeld' statue?" Michael Corleone from 'The Godfather' Photo Credit: Paramount Where: Outside the former spot of Old Luna Restaurant in the Bronx Michael Corleone committed the murder that changed it all here, at what was called Louis' Italian American Restaurant in "The Godfather," shooting Sollozzo and Capt. McCluskey By Scott Rosenberg firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.