The universe gave us a gift when Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall decided to pose in front of a dozen jars of mayonnaise at the 2009 premiere of Did You Hear About The Morgans. Because much like an 11-year-old unrefrigerated jar of mayo, Kim’s relationship with her former Sex and the City co-star has curdled into a creamy pile of stinky salmonella. Kim made it very clear she would never do a Sex and the City 3 movie, and she made that clear again when she said she has no regrets about what she’s said about SJP.
An old Nintendo commercial from 2012 has been making the rounds on the internet again because it somehow magically blends the worlds of video games and Sex & the City‘s Samantha Jones. Yes, Sex & The City 3 will never happen but who needs that crap when we have Kim Cattrall getting the tingles in her Princess Peach over Super Mario.
Kim Cattrall is mastering the art of letting things go and living in the present by bringing up the BRAND NEW and BREAKING NEWS INFO that she is never, ever, getting back together with her Sex and the City co-stars for a third movie. Kim stated that since she revealed this fact over and over again, she’s been “bullied“, which makes me wonder if Kim Cattrall knows what the words mean.
Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell was the inspiration for the character of Carrie Bradshaw, and both Candace and Carrie have lived similar lives. They both lived in Manhattan, they both got with a Mr. Big type, they were both writers. The only real difference is that Candace’s column was turned into a book, which was turned into an HBO series, then more of Candace’s writing got turned into TV series (some good, some not as good, some no one asked for but is getting anyway).
Basically, Candace got rich and famous. And all the while she was hooking up with whatever dude she chose, she always made sure that none of them splashed their cosmo into her Magnolia cupcake, because she wanted to keep writing and make money without having to worry about kids. Candace recently spoke to The Sunday Times, and she kind of regrets not having a little Brady or…whatever Charlotte’s kids names were.
People will recall HBO’s super successful series Sex and the City as groundbreaking television focused on sex and, well, the city. New York City to be precise. However, the New York portrayed on the show looked more like White Plains because everyone was basically white and plain. And don’t think that these misgivings went unnoticed by one of the show’s stars, Cynthia Nixon, and almost (not really) Governor of New York. Years after the show has ended, Cynthia is revealing her true feelings about SATC and why it would never fly in this day and age. Cynthia is still in politician mode!
If a cat has nine lives, the Sex And The City franchise has ninety. Just when you thought we could stop praying to Kim Cattrall, patron saint of putting a stinky franchise out of its misery, SATC author Candace Bushnell popped out like a whack-a-mole to inform the world she’s coming out with what we need least: a follow-up SATC TV series.