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Video: Kristin Davis On The Sex And The City Sequel: "That Would Be Awesome!"
Not so long ago, two on-screen friends - Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker - exchanged barbs and confirmed that there would be no sequel to Sex and the City. In short, Parker accuses a colleague of stardom and unreasonable demands, and she claims that she never gave consent to the shooting in the third part. It is unclear which of the actresses is close to the truth, but now the third heroine of Sex And The City, Christine Davis, who played Charlotte York, spoke on the sensitive topic.
It turns out that Davis is inherent in incorrigible optimism in life: the 52-year-old actress still believes that four friends will be reunited on the screen: “I hope we can work it out, although I can't say for sure. And that would be cool! " Christine noted that she and the entire film crew really want to make a third film: “It would inspire everyone. I am sad that filming has been suspended, but at the same time I feel strong support and appreciate it very much. I know that my colleagues in the film are also grateful to the fans for their kind words, but we ourselves stand up for each other like a mountain."
Davis disagrees with Kim Cattrall's position that their heroines have nothing more to tell the viewer: “The Sex and the City project was a complete surprise for us. We had no idea that the series would become a cult show, and that we would be awarded an Emmy, and then we would shoot a full-length film, followed by another. I have the feeling that our story has not been finished. And we have something to make a movie about. I'm ready for whatever projects Sarah Jessica Parker and Michael Patrick King have come up with. " Let's hope that this is not only the dreams of Charlotte-Christine, but the near bright future.