Sarah Jessica Parker said she “couldn’t have been more upset” after hearing the news from Kim Cattralls. And just like that Cameo was leaked.
Cattrall was the only one from the original Sex and the City will result in the ongoing sequel series not returning. However, last month it was reported that she would make a brief cameo appearance in the Season 2 finale.
Speaking of SiriusXM Andy Cohen LiveAddressing the spoiler, Parker explained that she “couldn’t have been more angry” that the surprise was ruined.
“Anyway yes. It’s a big disappointment because it would have been like fireworks in the middle, you know, and also because we want to make sure the expectations are real,” she told the presenter.
The scene in question is reported to be about Cattrall’s character Samantha Jones reconnecting with Carrie Bradshaw (Parker) on the phone.
Describing Cattrall’s cameo, Parker continued, “Like it’s a little exchange that’s happy and says everything about their relationship and all the things that happen off-camera.
“Yes, they talk. They talk all the time, and it comes at an important point in the show, so…”
Cattrall originally played Samantha Sex and the City from 1998 to 2004. She then reprized the role in two feature film adaptations, but Cattrall declined to be involved And just like thatis the first season.
In an interview this week, Cattrall seemed to give cold water to speculation that she could have a bigger role in season three And just like that.
“That’s all I’m going to do,” she said, adding, “I don’t think I’ll ever say goodbye to Samantha. She’s like many other characters I’ve made over the years. I’m very emotionally attached to my characters and I’m protective of them. She has given me so much and I am so grateful to her.”
Cattrall has reportedly been embroiled in a feud with her ex for the past several years Sex and the City co-stars including Parker. In October 2017, Cattrall claimed she had “never been friends with her co-stars.”
You can read a full chronicle of their feud here.
And just like that airs Thursdays on Sky Comedy and Now in the UK and Max in the US.
you can check out The IndependentThe review of the latest episode can be found here.