Video: One Of The Main Characters Will Die In The Third Part Of "Sex And The City"
While Sarah Jessica Parker is vague about a new feature-length movie based on Sex and the City, Origins podcast creator James Andrew Miller has confirmed that there is already a script for the third part. It turns out that a rough version of it fell into the hands of a journalist, and the main surprise was that Chris Nota's character, Mr. Big, would die.
According to the script, Carrie's husband will not become at the very beginning of the film - he will feel bad in his soul, and the picture itself will be devoted rather not to the friendship of four friends, but to the attempts of the main character to survive the loss and move on. According to insiders, it was because of this plot twist that Kim Cattrall refused to star in the sequel Sex and the City.
Big's cause of death will be heart problems, which already bothered him in the 6th season of the series. Actor Chris Noth, by the way, has already seen the script, and he, in his words, is "cooler than all the previous ones."
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