Kristin Davis Mourns 'Deeply Frustrating' Collapse of 'SATC3,' Kim Cattrall Gets Fan Support
After Sarah Jessica Parker confirmed there will be no "Sex and the City 3," her co-star Kristin Davis posted her frustration — and her gratitude to fans — on Instagram Friday.
Alongside two Flashback Friday pics of herself as Charlotte in the popular francise, Davis wrote, "I love to look back at the pics from our LONG history of Sex and the City. I am incredibly lucky to have gotten to play Charlotte through all of her ups and downs ( epitomized in one of my favorite episodes here)."
She went on to concur with Parker that after a run on HBO and two feature-film follow-ups, the series is now dunzo, writing, "It is true that we are not going to be able to make a 3rd film."
Sadly, Kristin admitted she finds the finality "deeply frustrating" because she wishes the series could have had a send-off "on our own terms, to complete the stories of our characters."
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She ended her sad post by thanking the fans: "So we will just have our memories, but please know that all of the love and support for us through the years is felt by us and we are so grateful for all of you!SATC forever in our hearts."
Kim is standing by her decision not to participate.
It is widely perceived that Kim Cattrall's demands are what sank a third film. Cattrall seemed to lend credence to that theory by retweeting a fan's supportive message that read, "You know what, Kim? Make as many demands as you want, you've earned it." Kim not only retweeted the message, she also added a muscle-flexing emoji:
She didn't stop there, retweeting several other comments about the situation, including one pointing out the hypocrisy of wanting a movie about empowered women and then slamming Kim for asserting herself, and one that called the second "Sex" movie "terrible":
Neither "Sex and the City" film earned "fresh" ratings at RottenTomatoes.com. The first film raked in over $400 million worldwide at the box office, while the second film earned just under $300 million.