The “SATC” Cast Is Warmer To Cynthia Nixon’s Career Moves Than Kim Cattrall’s

March 22, 2018 / Posted by:

People still get their panties in a bunch anytime the non-Charlotte cast members of Sex And The City do something, and lately that was limited to hissing like alley cats at each other. None of them could stand it when Kim Cattrall saved the movie industry by putting the kibosh on Sex And The City 3. It didn’t take Cynthia Nixon long to find her next career move, and it didn’t entail dressing a mop in a cocktail dress and calling it Samantha. Instead, she’s running to be the governor of New York, and her former castmates have a different reaction to her non-SATC news than they did to Kim’s.

Several of the SATC crew have chimed in to support Cynthia’s very Miranda move to run against Andrew Cuomo for governor, including Kristin Davis and bitchy Stanford (aka Willie Garson):

There had been murmurs for a while that Cynthia was power lesbian plotting to take on the establishment and rule New York, as she assembled a team of campaign experts to explore a bid. Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim were the hold-outs, but while we’re still waiting for Carrie to chime in (I guess she’s too busy at a Manolo closeout sale), Kim managed to voice her support, and while doing so, spit at the castmates who didn’t support her move to not do a third SATC movie.

Um….thanks? I mean, the last time Kim spoke about her SATC gals, it was to rake Sarah Jessica through the coals for being a so-called fake Fanny. In Kim language, this may as well be an offer to host a damn campaign rally and parade down Fifth Avenue in Cynthia’s honor!


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