Why Sarah Jessica Parker opposed Kim Cattrall’s participation in the ‘Sex and the City’ sequel

Die-hard fans of “Sex and the City” are divided over the sequel, which also seems to apply to Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall. The season, titled “And Just Like That,” has recently become a surprise hit, leaving many yearning for a sequel. However, lead actress Parker, who plays Carrie Bradshaw, has revealed that she is against her co-star Cattrall returning.

Public feud between Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall

In a new interview with Variety, the actress said she wouldn’t feel good about her colleague joining the series after the public scandal between the two erupted in 2018. According to Parker, there is already a very long history of feelings that Cattrall has shared publicly.

The 56-year-old actress also shared that she has not participated in or read any articles. Cattrall, 65, has long maintained that she would never return to the franchise. She also cited tensions with her co-stars. Sarah Jessica Parker has consistently shot down any hint of a feud between the two.

HBO’s revival Max explained in the first episode that Samantha (Cattrall) had moved to London for work. Supposedly, her “pride was hurt” after Carrie (Parker) had to let her go due to the state of the publishing business as a publicist.

After years of rumors of on-set squabbles, the feud was revealed in 2018. At the time, Cattrall launched a fierce attack on Parker on Twitter, describing her as “cruel.” Sarah Jessica Parker offered her condolences to her colleague when Cattrall’s brother died. To this, Kim responded that she was not her friend.

In an article, the actress also shared that Parker was a “bad girl” hiding behind the image of a “nice sweet girl.” According to rumors, however, the dispute between the two is mainly about money. Accordingly, the fact that Parker received more than other stars because she was a real movie star is said to have been the main reason.