Chris Noth Explains Why Carrie Didn’t Call 911 During That ‘And Just Like That…’ Scene

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Chris Notho Gave a detailed interview about the death of his character Big.

In particular, what fans really want to know is that Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) didn’t call 911 when he saw Big having a heart attack on the ground.

Click inside to read what Chris Noth said in response…

“One thing [creator Michael Patrick King] And I agreed to this: We both called it the Bonnie and Clyde moment, which is the moment when Bonnie and Clyde are about to eject from the bullets. They have such a look with each other, Warren Beatty And Faye Dunaway, They both know this is the end.” Chris explained to the trend about that last moment

About why Carrie and Big shared a quiet moment together versus her calling 911, Chris added, “We knew we had to have that, that I shouldn’t die alone in the bathroom. That should have been the last moment and no words, no touching dialogue, just a look, and I thought [King] Done it so beautifully. ,

“It was very important for both of us to find a way to spend that last moment together, lest she walks in and finds me dead in the bathroom,” he said. “It was necessary for me to come back. And the rest is just chemistry sj, We’ve known each other for a long time.”

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