Courtesy of Folks
Sarah Jessica Parker believes her public feud with Kim Cattrall is one-sided.
In Folks‘s Feb. 26 subject, out Friday, Parker discusses her extremely publicized rift along with her former Intercourse and the Metropolis co-star. Final 12 months, Cattrall mentioned she wouldn’t return for a 3rd film, regardless of mounting strain from her co-stars. Describing her relationships with Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon and Parker as “poisonous,” she added that Parker, particularly, “might have been nicer” about her choice to choose out. By saying no, Cattrall argued, she was portrayed as a “demanding” diva.
Parker, who additionally produced the primary two films, sees it in a different way.
“I by no means talked about it, besides [to say] that a few of us had been disenchanted [about the movie not happening],” Parker says. “However I by no means responded to the dialog Kim had with Piers Morgan, the place she mentioned issues that had been actually hurtful about me. We had this expertise and it was superb, and nothing will ever be prefer it. We had a reference to an viewers, and we had a reference to town and with this crew, and we bought to inform these loopy tales with one another. So I do not wish to mess with that. I could not think about anybody else enjoying that half.”
Parker insists that the perceived “battle” between herself and Cattrall was “fully fabricated, as a result of I truly by no means responded.” She has no plans to answer Cattrall—at the least not publicly—since “she wanted to say what she wanted to say, and that’s her privilege.”
Final week, Parker expressed her condolences after Cattrall’s brother went lacking and was later discovered useless. Lower than 24 hours after Parker’s interview with Folks, nonetheless, Cattrall slammed her co-star on Instagram, accusing her of “exploiting” her tragedy “to revive your ‘good woman’ persona.” In keeping with the journal, Parker shouldn’t be responding to the grieving actress’ message.
Not that it issues, as Cattrall publicly reminded her, “You aren’t my pal.”