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Cattrall tweeted the next day: “Woke 2 a @Mail Online [poop emoji] storm!
The only DEMAND I ever made was that I didn’t want to do a 3rd film….& that was back in 2016.” But the floodgates had opened, and articles were pumped out about the death of the movie, quoting other “Sex” stars and producers who confirmed that the movie was over and what an awful thing that was for fans (don’t forget to pity the movie studio and executive producer Parker, who made millions on the first two films).
When “Sex and the City” first debuted on HBO in 1998 it was a game changer, and the four main characters — Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte — became part of the American lexicon.
Jimmy Kimmel opened his ABC late night show talking about his weekend Twitter fight with President Donald Trump and Donald Jr., and then delivered monologue material on the Harvey Weinstein scandal as he’d promised Donny Jr.
“Just a normal, regular weekend for me,” Kimmel began, explaining his wife woke him up Saturday morning to show him the President of the United States had tweeted: .
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, which blamed Parker’s former “Sex” co-star Kim Cattrall and her “demands” for killing the movie.