Take a cosmo and get ready for this, Sex and the city Fans: Mr. Big was supposed to die.
A new show from the Cadence13 podcast network plunges into the behind-the-scenes drama of the HBO series and its spinoff movies and only revealed part of the plot of the never-done third Sex and the city movie and it does not end well for Chris Noth's character, Mr. Big. In origins, host James Andrew Miller reveals that Mr. Big, who had heart problems during the HBO presentation, was supposed to die of a sudden heart attack in the shower. The third film of the franchise would follow Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) as a new widow who dealt with pain with the help of her friends Charlotte (Kristin Davis), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Samantha (Kim Cattrall).
For the podcast, Miller talked to most of the cast, including Parker, Nixon, Noth and Davis, (unfortunately, not Cattrall), as well as producer Michael Patrick King and creator Darren Star, and they got all the dirt. Sex and the city, movies and series. Fans could not see Carrie dressed in black and crying during brunch (or how she manages), because the movie was never made, what the podcast says is because Cattrall was not particularly interested in reviving her iconic Samantha character Jones simply for Play friend of support for a grieving widow. Although Cattrall was the only member of the fabulous quartet who did not share his side of the story for the podcast, Miller allegedly received privileged information from some of his friends. "People close to Kim think he never wanted to make the third movie. Period, "said Miller, explaining that there were some reasons for this belief: First," the script of the film did not have much to offer Samantha's character, "Miller said in the show, since the plot was involved. Carrie recovers from Big's death. " [more] than about the relationship between the four women. "
While Cattrall did not comment on the podcast (and a Cattrall representative did not immediately respond to the request for comment), she did comment on her decision to stay away from the movie for Piers Morgan in October 2017. "I'm playing" [Samantha], I can assure you that it will never happen, "he said." This is not about more money, it's not about more scenes, it's not about any of those things. It is a clear decision, an empowered decision in my life to finish one chapter and start another. I am 61 years old. Is now ".
According to Miller, Cattrall already wanted to get away from the Sex and the city The world and the feeling that the profits of the program were being unfairly divided in the back, made Cattrall even less inclined to participate.
"We have negotiated in good faith," Parker told Miller in the program on negotiating with Cattrall. "I sent her an email, I tried to approach her and say:" We want you to be part of this, you are an integral part, of course you are, I hope that when you read this script you will see the beauty, the joy, the anguish that I see, "since Cattrall and the studio could not make a deal, Parker, who swears that she is" not in a cat fight with anyone, "now seems resigned about the end of the road for the Sex and the city franchise. "Then, it's over," Parker said, "but that's not a murder of a character, that's how the business works." At least the fans do not have to see Mr. Big die in the shower!