The HBO Max streaming platform is investing in its lineup, saving some of its most acclaimed productions.
And the popular female series “Sex and The City” is set to get a new revival, but without actress Kim Cattrall (Miranda). The information was revealed by the New York Post.
According to the post, HBO Max is in negotiations to produce the relaunch, which will come as a mini-series. The production should only count on the return of actresses Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kristin Davis (Charlotte) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda).
Cattrall’s possible absence from awakening is said to be due to disagreements between her and Parker. In interviews, the actress even admitted that she was persecuted behind the scenes by her colleague, who is said to be envious of the popular reach of her character, Samantha Jones.
Additionally, Cattrall has reported on sticky situations suffered behind the scenes, due to troubled relationship dynamics with the castmate. It would have made the actress lose interest in remaining involved in the franchise.
Created by Darren Star (now in front of Emily in Paris), the original series spanned six seasons, broadcast between 1998 and 2004 on HBO.
The plot follows four friends who dealt with celibacy in New York City in the late 1990s, while one of them recounts his experiences in a journalistic column.
In theaters, “Sex and the City” grossed $ 415 million worldwide, while the sequel reached $ 280 million.
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