Very public row may be Sex and the City's perfect finale
The cast of Sex and the City are playing true to their characters in a war of words over a third film
Back in 2004, we would sit in front of an extremely cumbersome television at the appointed time to be pleasantly scandalised by the exploits of the Sex and the City girls. Last week, women everywhere grabbed the popcorn and watched as the cast went to war over the third film - or lack thereof. This time, the scandal played out online - and for real.
The cancellation of the third and final film in the franchise has been fraught with drama, accusations and shade-throwing. Like any good theatre, there was a villain - Kim Cattrall.
She has been accused of making 'demands' - with allegations that she would only agree to terms if Warner Bros produced other films she had in development. She has been painted as a diva and a manipulator. Twitter has exploded with elaborate theories of bitch-fighting and backstabbing.
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