The shooting of And Just Like That, the highly anticipated revival of Sex and the City, are still in progress, but HBO Max has chosen to share the first frames of the episodes that we will see anyway. During the Emmy Awards ceremony, HBO unveiled the most anticipated images of the series that will arrive between autumn and winter on its streaming platform, including the second season of Euphoria, Peacemaker, that is the spin-ff of The Suicide Squad, and, in fact, the revival of Sex and City, which will see the return of many members of the original cast, to Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis, from Cynthia Nixon to Chris Noth, except for Kim Cattrall.
Judging from the first images of the teaser, it seems that Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big are still in love. In fact, the clip shows Sarah Jessica Parker as a more mature but still very elegant Carrie hugging her husband whom she has chased for six seasons and then washing the dishes together in their luxurious New York apartment. There is a though: in fact, someone has wondered if this idyll will not be the last, and if Mr. Big’s character is ready to kick the bucket by leaving Carrie alone.
“A source close to the series said it will be a great exit from the scene,” reported the Daily Mail arousing the fear that Noth’s return to the set “could be very short.” In another scene we see, instead, Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte York-Goldenblatt, and Cynthia Nixon, who plays Miranda Hobbes, who reunite at Parker giving smiles and hugs. As we know, And Just Like That he will try to recount the friendship of the three women in their fifties and will see the return of many famous faces of Sex and the City including Willie Garson (Stanford Blatch), Mario Cantone (Anthony Marentino), Bridget Moynahan (Natasha Naginsky) and Carrie’s other serious boyfriend, Aidan Shaw, played by John Corbett. Which, a Page Six, stated: “I think I could be in several episodes.”
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