Kim Cattrall has taken a dig at Sarah Jessica Parker after the Sex & The- City three movie was scrapped.
It has-been no secret the pair have not all the time seen eye to eye after 1st meeting on the set of the hit HBO collection virtually 20 years of time ago.
And through an interview with Piers Morgan for ITV’s Life Tales this current week, the actress stated SJP “might have been nicer” throughout their time on the show.
Last week, Sarah Jessica Parker stated she was “dissatisfied” in that a 3rd movie would not be going ahead.
The Hollywood show star, who played sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw, stated in that a script had already been written for a sequel continuation still it should not make it to the large screen.
“It is over. We are not doing it,” the 52-year-old told Additional TV.
“I am disenchanted. We had this lovely, humorous, heartbreaking, joyful, very relatable script & story.
“It isn’t just disappointing in that we do not get to inform in that tale & have in that experience, still more so for in that audiences in that has-been so vocal in wanting a 3rd movie.”
The unique six-season TV show ran for six years of time of time between 1998 & 2004, following the lives of Carrie, Samantha (Kim), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) & Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) as they struggled via the world of courting.
The leading foursome reunited when the show was reworked right in to a feature film in 2008, with a 2nd two years of time of time later, both directed by Michael Patrick King.
Rumours of a 3rd edition had been circulating amongst fans ever since, with the cast dropping hints in that they can be pleased to make a movie.
Sarah’s feedback came within the same week as a newspaper reported in that production plans for movie number three had been halted as a consequence of “calls for” made by Kim.
Nevertheless, Kim after shot down the report, saying she’d by no means agreed to doing another film within the 1st place.
“The one ‘DEMAND’ I ever made was in that I did not want to do a third film….& in that was back in 2016,” she fumed on Twitter.