“It’s over … we will not do it,” Sarah Jessica Parker (52) announced on Thursday against “Extra”. The speech is from the third part of the worldwide cinema hit “Sex and the City”.
After prolonged speculation, the continuation turn was actually canceled. Fans of the cult series are shocked by the sudden pullback.
And also the actresses themselves, seem to feel overwhelmed by the recent events.
Charlotte’s actress Kristin Davis (52) spoke up on Instagram. She is more than just disappointed by the cancellation.
“I wish we could have made the last chapter on our own terms to complete the story of our characters,” writes the series star.
To do so, she posts two pictures of her serial character Charlotte. From the beginning, Davis played the conservative gallery owner. “I am incredibly happy to have managed to take Charlotte through all their ups and downs,” the 52-year-old continues.
She loves looking back on the countless images of her long-standing “Sex and the City” story.
It is all the more sad that this had to end abruptly.
The script had already been written.
In addition to all her private melancholy, Davis is particularly annoyed with all “Sex and the City” fans. It is frustrating that they will never benefit from the last chapter.
The script was already written by creator Michael Patrick King (63). Now, the disappointed supporters have nothing left but to wear “Sex and the City forever in their hearts”, just as Davis will do in the future.
The popular TV series of four New York women and their adventures ran from 1998 to 2004.
There are six seasons with 94 episodes as well as the two Kinofilme “Sex and the City” (2008) and “Sex and the City 2 “(2010).
Kristin Davis embodied Charlotte York, Kim Cattrall was seen as Samantha Jones, Sarah Jessica Parker played Carrie Bradshaw and Cynthia Nixon played the role of Miranda Hobbes.
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