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We’ve some readability on the forthcoming Intercourse and the Metropolis revival.
John Corbett is the most recent returning solid member, the actor revealed to Page Six.
“I’m going to do the present,” Corbett stated, including that it was “very thrilling” to play Aidan Shaw once more within the franchise.
As anticipated, particulars stay scarce, however Corbett did tease that it could be a big comeback.
“I believe I is perhaps in fairly a couple of [episodes],” Corbett defined. “I like all these folks, they’ve been very good to me.”
The collection was introduced earlier this 12 months with the information that Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis would reprise their iconic roles.
It additionally got here with a caveat that Kim Cattrall wouldn’t be stepping again into her widely-praised position.
“Simply as in actual life, folks come into your life and other people go away,” Casey Bloys defined in an interview with TV Line of the massive omission.
“Friendships fade, and new friendships begin,” he continued.
“So I believe it’s all very indicative of the true phases — the precise phases of life.” “They’re making an attempt to inform an trustworthy story about being a lady in her fifties in New York,” he added.
So, it ought to all really feel considerably natural, and the buddies that you’ve once you’re 30, you might not have once you’re 50.”
Rumors of unrest between Parker and Cattrall had been rampant for years, resulting in Parker to say she didn’t dislike her former co-star.
“No. I don’t dislike her. I’ve by no means stated that. By no means would,” Parker wrote on Instagram in response to a fan who thought the supposed feud between her and Cattrall was the explanation the actress sitting out of the revival.
”Samantha isnt a part of this story. However she’s going to at all times be a part of us. Regardless of the place we’re or what we do.”
The collection is about to enter manufacturing quickly for a late 2021 premiere on HBO Max.
Intercourse and the Metropolis has already spanned six seasons and two films.
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