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Actress Kim Cattrall has set a set of conditions for her agreement to reprise her role as Samantha Jones in "Just Like That," the sequel series to "Sex and the City," it was revealed today. Cattrall did not appear in the show's first season due to a long-standing and highly publicized feud between her and castmate Sarah Jessica Parker.
The actress reportedly refused to be photographed with the rest of the cast — Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis — and was secretly filmed last March with a limited cast and without the other three stars present. It was also reported that Cattrall refused to attend the set if Sex and the City director Michael Patrick King was present. "Kim had two stipulations — she wouldn't work with any of the other cast members, and she wouldn't want to see Michael Patrick King," an insider told Page Six.
The feud between Parker and Cattrall revolved around attempts to produce a third film based on the series. Parker also said that the show's staff didn't even try to recruit Cattrall to Sequel. The plot of the series explained the character's absence by moving to live in London, although some contact with her is maintained through messages.
'Cattrall won't be working with any of the other cast members' (Photo: GettyImages)
Sex and the City ran for six years, from 1998 to 2004. Sequels were later filmed in 2008 and 2010. "Just Like That," the sequel, premiered in 2021. The second season of "Just Like That" will premiere in Israel on June 22 on HOT, simultaneously in the United States.
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