Sarah Jessica Parker opened up with The Hollywood Reporter about her rift with former Sex and the City co-star Kim Cattrall.
The outlet reports that Cattrall made her participation in the third SATC movie contingent on Warner Bros. greenlighting a separate project of hers. According to Parker, the studio “didn’t feel comfortable” agreeing to the actress’ demands and decided not to move forward with the sequel.
Parker told THR’s Awards Chatter podcast Thursday (June 2nd), “We didn’t do the movie because we didn’t want to do it without Kim, and the studio didn’t want to do it, so it fell apart. It wasn’t that she said, ‘no’ to the movie; it’s that the studio said ‘no’ to the movie, which, you know, happens. And every actor has a right to ask for things, to have… a contract that feels good to them. I never would have disputed that because frankly that’s not my business. Were we disappointed? Sure. But it happens.”