The revival of “Sex and the City”: a million dollars per episode for Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda

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If you ever decide to revive a franchise that has been closed for eleven years, it is good that you remember a very simple rule: put your hand in your wallet. According to what he anticipates Variety, in fact, it seems that HBO Max didn’t spare herself when she decided to bring back to life Sex and the City: for each episode – 10 are expected – Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis will receive a million dollars each, becoming among the highest paid stars of a revival while remaining in line with the cachet of Hollywood greats lent to TV, from Nicole Kidman to Jeff Bridges, Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.

The revival of Sex and the City, titled And Just Like That…, will follow the adventures of Carrie Bradshaw (Parker), Charlotte York (Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Nixon) as they face love and friendship in their 50s, thus showing us how their lives have changed with the advent of social media and a few more candles on the birthday cake: as we know, Kim Cattrall will spare himself this thrill, who has chosen not to return to play the role of Samantha Jones and not to take part in the project despite the involvement of Michael Patrick King, who will be executive producer along with Parker, Nixon and Davis.

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Inspired by Candace Bushnell’s 1997 book of the same name, the original series, written by Darren Star, author of the new Emily in Paris su Netflix, it first premiered on HBO in 1998 and ran for six seasons until 2004, then adding two films to the cinema: the first in 2008, with a collection of 418 million dollars against a budget of 65, and the second three years later, which has scrapped up as many as 290. discussed to the end – Parker has often spoken of “a little story that should be told” – but, at this point, we are curious not only to find out if it was worth it, but even if Kim Cattrall saw us along or no.

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