Sex and the City: The Movie star Sarah Jessica Parker graces the cover and pages of New York Magazine and credits Kim Cattrall for making their upcoming film better.
On co-star Kim Cattrall’s salary and creative concerns: If I had thought it was any of my business at the time, what I would have said is, ‘Isn’t it okay for Kim to think that the money wasn’t right?’. Perhaps she was some kind of emotional psychic, because this way we made a better movie.
Kim Cattrall on her character: Having this fantastic character that I love and enjoy playing, it has a dark side. Not just because people don’t think of you for anything else. But people get out of touch with you as a person—and you can get out of touch with you as well.
On an earlier version of Sex and the City: Watch Jill Clayburgh in director Paul Mazursky’s An Unmarried Woman, which she calls an earlier version of Sex and the City, set in a far rawer seventies Manhattan.
For SJP’s wardrobe information and the full article, visit NYMag.com:
Sex and the City: The Movie hits theaters nationwide on Friday, May 30.