However, Nixon added: "I've also heard many people say, including Kim Cattrall herself, that if we were to have a different fourth woman that maybe it would be a woman of colour this time, and I think that would be incredible as well". "But I think to do some episodes of Sex and the City, I wouldn't call it a reboot, I would call it a "revisit, '" the beloved actress said past year (via Entertainment Tonight)".
"Sex And The City" had six successful seasons and even came out with two movies.
Max is reportedly near a deal to revive the iconic comedy franchise as a limited series, with leads Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon set to reprise their signature roles as Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda, respectively.
She thought evolving "technology and social media" could create fodder for new storylines, while changes in "sexual politics" and the development of "the #MeToo movement and Time's Up" were worth exploring. And this is what I say to the people of Sex and the City, and specifically Sarah Jessica Parker, who I think could have been nicer, "Cattrall declared on the Piers Morgan show". She told Piers: "Not for me".
'I think Carrie Bradshaw would just be so greedy to share her feelings and thoughts, ' she added.
But the news didn't sit well with Kim, who later tried to negotiate more money, which only annoyed the cast and the crew. Still, Kim wanted nothing to do with her, saying, "Your continuous reaching out is a very painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now".
"Let me make this very clear". (If I haven't already),' she continued. 'You are not my family.
Cattrall, who played p.r. powerhouse Samantha Jones, has feuded publicly with Parker in the past, and plans for a third feature film for the series fizzled. The Telegraph reported in 2008 that Kim fell out with the rest of the cast when Sarah was given an executive producer credit - which doesn't necessarily imply any additional duties or creative control - that bumped her salary up an additional $300,000.