Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon on the set of the sequel to the series “Sex and the City”: new photos

Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon on the set of the sequel to the series

Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker

Work on the sequel to Sex and the City, And Just Like That, is in full swing. Almost every day, new scenes with the participation of the main characters are filmed on the streets of New York, so almost anyone can now see their favorite actresses in action. Yesterday photographers took new shots with Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon on the set of the sequel to the series

Cynthia Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker

The actresses talked about something sweetly, sitting on the bench. They smiled and looked relaxed. Parker heroine Carrie Bradshaw even gave up her favorite Manolo Blahnik shoes and opted for flip flops and socks.

Despite the fact that it is not yet known when the show will premiere, it has already caused such a resonance that talks have begun about its extension for a second season. This is rumored to be announced by HBO shortly. They say that the doors will be open even for Kim Cattrall, who refused to participate in the show – presumably due to a conflict with Sarah Jessica Parker and other members of the team.

The fans of the series love and appreciate Kim and would like to see her on the new show. The whole point of the continuation of the series is to show that friendship undergoes changes over time. So they will always welcome Kim back home

– noted the source.

Initially, there were rumors that the heroine Cattrall would die, so she would not be in the new episodes, but then the creators of the show denied this version.

However, it is already known that a new heroine will appear in the series, played by Nicole Ari Parker. Apparently, she will join the trio of best friends and will become the fourth in their company instead of Samantha Jones.

Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon on the set of the sequel to the series

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