Sarah Jessica Parker said Kim Cattrall’s public comments about her were “very painful.”
“One person was talking, and no one else has talked about me like this,” Parker added.
Parker also called on the public to stop calling their rift “catfight” because “I’ve never had a fight in my life.”
Sarah Jessica Parker elaborated on the public rift between her and former “Sex and the City” co-star Kim Cattrall, and Cattrall’s comment on her and the show was “very much. It was a pain. “
“It’s very painful because no one else has talked about me like this,” Parker said. About The Hollywood Reporter’s “Award Chatter” Podcast. The conversation begins at the 58:20 mark.
The conflict between Parker and Cattrall dates back to the late 90’s, with a culture of “nasty girls” on the set, with Parker and co-stars Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon excluding Cattrall from friendship. New York Post reported..
Tensions began to make headlines in 2017 when Cattrall’s reported demands led to news that Parker’s third “Sex and the City” movie “broke apart” in a podcast. rice field. The “divorce” star said it had nothing to do with their relationship, but it was an expectation for Catral’s studio in the movie deal.
“We didn’t do the movie because we didn’t want to do it without Kim because they didn’t feel comfortable meeting where she wanted to meet,” Parker said.
“Are you disappointed?” Parker talked about himself, Nixon and Davis. “Of course, but it happens.”
“And there was a lot of public conversation about how she felt about the show,” Parker continued, and her, Nixon, and Davis’ experiences at the show were what Catral said publicly. He said it did not reflect.
Samantha lives on in the Revival series.
According to Parker, these comments are a big part of why Catral wasn’t included in the show’s restart at HBO Max.
“It’s not” blaming “her, it’s just learning,” she continued. “You need to hear someone. If they’re talking about something publicly and it doesn’t suggest that they’re where they want to be, who they want to play, or the environment they want to be, you’re yourself. You’ll be at your favorite age, “Well, we hear it.”
Despite her absence in the new series, showrunner Michael Patrick King was able to include the Catral character Samantha in the plot through text messages and memories. Parker said, “She has such an affection for Samantha.”
“But I knew what Michael wanted to do, so I could go comfortably without her, without that part,” Parker admitted. “And we thought he treated it beautifully.”
Parker concludes the interview by calling on the public to stop calling his relationship with Catfight a “catfight.”
But Catral personalized the rift. February 2018 (after her brother died in the same month) She later confirmed that she had committed suicide) The “How I Met Your Father” star publicly rejected Parker Condolences on Instagram..
She posted the image “You don’t need your love or support during this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker”. In the image caption, she called Parker “cruel” and “hypocrite.”
“I’ve never had a fight in my life about someone I’ve worked with,” Parker said in a podcast. “One person was talking, and it was a kind of pain for me because I’m not going to tell her or any of her.”
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