Kim Cattrall from And Just Like That was ruthlessly written off, and she’s given a hint that she’s not too happy about it.
In the midst of a “feud” with her former co-star Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City’s Kim Cattrall responded to his absence from the HBO reboot and Just Like That.
Cattrall, 65, reacted to fans supporting her career after leaving the franchise because they missed her character Samantha’s appearance on the show.
Amid the long-running drama with her former co-stars, Cattrall is apparently still keeping an eye on the show’s traction on Instagram.
One fan tweeted: “Kim Cattrall doesn’t return to SATC as her shattered career finally moves on.”
Another posted: “And just like that… I find myself wanting to see only anything Kim Cattrall is in. This is a Kim appreciation post.”
Cattrall himself liked helpful comments from some of his fans.
At the show’s premiere, Cattrall’s character Samantha Jones was kicked out of the show after being separated from the prestigious group of New York women who moved to London.
Her character Samantha replaced Carrie Bradshaw (Parker) and her friends as Carrie’s book publicist, in a twist that ultimately upset fans of the hit series, who thought it shared direct parallels with real life. does, rather than what Samantha would actually do.
The pair haven’t had the best of relations over the years, with reports suggesting Cattrall was upset about her pay parity with SJP.
sex and the City Writer and executive producer Michael Patrick King has stated that the relationship between SJP and Cattrall was bad from the start.
“The show wouldn’t exist if Sarah Jessica wasn’t the show’s blonde star, she’s number one,” said King. Hollywood ReporterOrigins Podcast.
“Kim was not at the height of her career, Kristin was under her in terms of notability, Cynthia was a theater actor – and her contracts reflected that position.
“As the show progressed, the characters, everyone grew, it became a family. Kristin, Cynthia and Sarah Jessica became a group, and Kim was never mentally involved.”
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He continued: “Kim fought and said, ‘I’m everybody’s favorite.’ … (Parker’s) name was contractually, legally, correctly, the only name on the poster because she was a movie star in 1998 when the series debuted and she (on HBO) to do a show about sex. The channel that fought, and it doesn’t matter how popular you are.
“I think it didn’t matter to Kim how much if equality never existed, but equality was never going to happen.”
Back in 2019, Cattrall said she would “never” return to the franchise, adding, “You learn lessons in life and my lesson is to work with good people and try and make it fun.”
She will then slam Parker, who is married to Matthew Broderick, after the actress shared her condolences for Kim’s late brother.
Kim wrote on Instagram at the time: “I don’t need your love or support at this sad time @sarahjessicaparker.
“My mom asked me today ‘When will that @sarahjessicaparker, that hypocrite, leave you alone?’ Your constant contact is a painful reminder of how cruel you really were then and now.”
She continued: “Let me make it very clear. (If I haven’t already) you’re not my family. You’re not my friend. That’s why I’m writing this one last time to let you know your ‘nice girl’ ‘ Stop taking advantage of our tragedy to restore the personality of.”
However, Parker once attempted to clarify that he had no issue with Cattrall, responding to a fan: “No. I don’t dislike her. I never said that.”
Despite this, it is expected that Cattrall will be more open to joining the cast for a second time.
A source said: “Obviously there was a concern that people would miss Kim and not get engaged, but the response so far has been phenomenal. While the doors of her return are open for Kim’s fans. changes, she can come back.”
He continued: “Women love and value him and would love to see him in new shows. The whole point of this series is to show that friendships develop and change over time, so Kim’s always going to come home.” Welcome to
“If Kim’s rep calls us now and says she’s available – we’ll book her on the first flight to New York. There’s still time.”
This article originally appeared on Sun and was reproduced with permission