'Sex and the City' stylist wants to dump Kim Cattrall
“Sex and the City” stylist Patricia Field says that if Kim Cattrall doesn’t want to do another “SATC” movie, then good riddance.
“If she doesn’t want to do it then they should replace her,” Field told friends at the Stephen Petronio Dance Company opening honoring herself and art patron Sylvia Mazzola. Ultimately, she says it’s Cattrall’s call.
“That is her own personal decision based on whatever she experience and she doesn’t feel like experiencing it again,” according to Field. The 76-year-old fashionista says she too would have to think long and hard before helping keep “Sex and the City” alive.
“For me, it was 10 years or more. It was the first movie started 5 years after the TV show and then another movie,” she said. “To be honest, I would have to see the script because I can’t imagine what this would be.”
Fans of the HBO, which spun off two movies, had been clamoring for a trilogy right after “Sex and the City 2” hit theaters in 2010. The show’s star Sarah Jessica Parker told Extra! In September 2017 that a “beautiful, funny, heartbreaking joyful, very relatable script” was in place, but the deal fell apart.
“Sex and the City” stylist thinks Kim Cattrall should be replaced if she doesn’t want to do another “SATC” movie.
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Days after Parker’s comment, The Daily Mail and People magazine reported that the deal fell apart because of “outrageous demands,” by Cattrall. Cattrall shot back on Twitter saying “The only DEMAND I ever made was that I didn’t want to do a 3rd film… & that was back in 2016.”
Parker and Cattrall created a little drama of their own last month when SJP sent her condolences via Twitter after Cattrall’s brother died.
“Let me make this VERY clear (If I haven’t already),” Cattrall wrote back. “You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I’m writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your ‘nice girl’ persona.”
It now seems that if a movie were to move forward, producers would also have to figure out what to do with cast member Cynthia Nixon. The show’s Miranda Hobbs announced this week that she’ll be busy running for governor until November until Nov. 6 and could be busy in the four years that follow.