I don’t know what her issue is, I never have.” So “Sex and the City” is dead and it’s probably for the best for everyone — Cattrall most of all. She just didn’t want to do it.” This week, some 19 years after the show debuted, Cattrall, now 61, told Morgan, “This is what my 60s are about: They’re about me making decisions for me. And that feels frickin’ fantastic.” Good for you, Kim.
As Cattrall’s friend told me, “When an actress doesn’t do a [sequel], it’s because of two things: respect and compensation.
“This is, it feels like, a toxic relationship.” While some people were shocked, this nail in the coffin — for the franchise and the relationship between Cattrall and Parker — was a long time coming.
And it has everything to do with jealousy, rivalry and money.
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Our high quality photos featuring gorgeous models will keep you coming back for more.According to a 2009 article in New York magazine, “Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall are no longer speaking, which is making everyone on the set of the new ‘Sex and the City’ movie uncomfortable.” While Parker’s publicist always denied there were any issues between the women, Parker admitted to clashes on set to Marie Claire in 2010, saying, “Sometimes feelings get hurt.” (Representatives for Parker, Davis and King declined to comment, while Nixon and Cattrall’s reps did not get back to me.) Since then, Cattrall has moved on, spending more time in Toronto and London.One thing’s stayed the same: She doesn’t stay in touch with her “SATC” co-stars.We had this beautiful, funny, heartbreaking, joyful, very relatable script.” Parker, notoriously self-conscious about her nice-girl image, didn’t point fingers — but she didn’t have to.That same day, an anonymously sourced article ran in the Daily Mail that blamed Parker’s former “Sex” co-star Kim Cattrall and her “demands” for killing the movie.