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Though much of the reboot of “Sex and the City” was mysterious, John Corbett dropped a small bombshell when he revealed that he was cast to re-enact his Aidan Shaw character for the series.
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“I’m going to do the show,” he said on page 6, adding that it was “very exciting” for him.
John played Carrie Bradshaw’s ex-fiancé on the show, and some fans had always hoped their characters would end up together.
In the chat, John implied that his appearance on the highly anticipated reboot entitled “And Just Like That …” is not a one-off event.
When asked how many episodes he would be a part of, John said, “I think I’m in some of them. I like all of these people, they were very nice to me.”
The series is set to run for 10 episodes and will star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. Kim Cattrall won’t be on the series as there have been long reports of a Kim-SJP feud.
John never saw tension, however. On the other hand, he wasn’t often with the women.
“I only worked with Sarah Jessica Parker. I think I had a scene with all the girls,” he said. “They were always warm. Warm to me. I got to know the other girls because when you get to work you have to wait a couple of hours for them to finish a scene, but we always had nice conversations and hugs. I did never seen or heard of. “
While Chris Noth is reportedly not on the reboot, the actor who played Mr. Big has hinted that he may still show up.
SJP recently raved about temporarily restarting the show in a chat with The Sun.
“I look forward to being back on the streets of New York with Cynthia and Kristin,” she said. “It’s very likely that a great actress will come to us and she will make a huge impact and we will want to be with her more, the audience will want to see her more. I’m just very excited.”
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While reuniting with her friends is sure to be enjoyable, Sarah is also looking forward to her wardrobe.
“Some of the happiest memories I have are fittings for the show. I worked 18 to 20 hours a day for years,” she said. “After filming, I would start adjusting for three to five hours at 1:00 AM or 2:00 AM because you’d do two episodes in a row. At certain points, I wore 20 to 30 costumes for every two episodes. But it was them . ” have fun and i did as i was told. I would try everything on. No matter how ridiculous. “