The on-again off-again Sex and the City movie might be happening…again.
It was a go last year for a film version of the HBO series, but Kim Cattrall decided she’d wanted no part of playing Samantha on the big screen, so the project fell apart.
Apprently, the actress didn’t want to committ to a film until she was shown a script. “She would have loved to have done the movie and made a deal to do the movie, but waited as long as possible with no script or start date and felt she had to take other offers that were presented to her after the hold period had passed,” Cattrall’s spokeswoman Marvet Britto said last year. “Kim would of course love to do the film and would be happy to revisit the project in the future.”
Now, supposedly, Cattrall is “reconsidering”.
The film, from series writer, director and executive producer Michael Patrick King, would again be set in New York, fixing on our four love-beseeching pals, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Samantha (Cattrall).