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John Corbett to reprise ‘SATC’ role in ‘And Just Like That’ Season 2
Deadline reported on Friday.The outlet noted that Corbett, 61, is coming on for a “substantial, multi-episode arc” on the HBO Max series.The Post has reached out to HBO and Corbett for comment.Representatives for Parker declined to comment when contacted by The Post.Page Six revealed in April 2021 that the “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” star was going to be in the first season of “AJLT,” however, his appearance never panned out.He told the publication last year: “I’m going to do the show,” adding that the news is “very exciting” for him. “I think I might be in quite a few [episodes],” Corbett claimed at the time.However, star Sarah Jessica Parker divulged this past February that Corbett apologized to her for alleging that he will be in the reboot.“He actually reached out very kindly, ’cause he’s nothing if not a gentleman, and apologized for doing that as a joke,” the “Divorce” star, 57, said during her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.” “And then I was like, ’No, no, no. I mean, it’s a free country, first of all, and second of all, I thought it was kind of delightful and fun.’”Parker also admitted that Corbett could pop up in future seasons, coyly saying: “Having said that, I think he would be … well I’m not gonna — I mean, yes, all of it is possible.
'Sex and the City' Creator Darren Star Weighs in on How 'And Just Like That' Handled Kim Cattrall's Absence
Darren Star is giving his take on one of 's most controversial aspects. The creator of , who was not involved in HBO Max's follow-up show, weighed in on how the new show handled Kim Cattrall's absence during an interview with SiriusXM's .Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones on , did not appear on , amid a long-running feud with her co-star, Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars as Carrie Bradshaw on both series.To explain how the foursome of friends — which also includes Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) — was down a member in the new series, a falling out between Carrie and Samantha was written into the script.Samantha did make her presence known in , through text messages sent to Carrie, and an off-screen meeting in the show's season 1 finale.«They definitely had a challenge,» Star said of making the new series without Cattrall, «but I love the idea that they kept her alive in a sense and there's always hope.»While Carrie and Samantha may mend things in their fictional world, Cattrall has made it clear that she would not ever return to the role, a decision that Parker supports.«That’s a no,» Cattrall told of if she'd ever consider reprising her role.
Gay Icon Kim Cattrall Used Intimacy Coach For ‘Queer As Folk’ Non-Binary Love Scene
Beloved by the queer community,  Kim Cattrall has joined the inclusive cast of Peacock’s Queer as Folk reboot, playing a “martini-soaked, high-society Southern debutante “who has roots in a poverty-stricken trailer park. The Sex and the City actress plays the adoptive mother of queer characters Brodie (Devin Way) and Julian (Ryan O’Connell) in Queer as Folk. The character was written specifically with Cattrall in mind. Canadian writer and director Stephen Dunn said that he wanted Cattrall to play Brenda before he knew what And Just Like That… (sequel to Sex and the City) was, praising her for her acting skills and immediate engagement in taking this role on. One of Cattrall’s on-screen sons, O’Connell added that viewers should get ready because the “last four episodes of the show are insane” where her storyline takes a “really fun turn.” Cattrall took part in her first non-binary love scene in the Queer as Folk reboot and used an intimacy coach to help during the filming of these scenes. Dunn applauded her ability to be open throughout the dialogue on LGBT+ issues and relationships, stating that she was “so dialled into the character’s learning curve around queerness”. “She’s been such an ally, she really understands the queer community in this way, and she understood how her character strangely fit into this queer family.