字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Sex and the City is known for many things — the female friendship of four strong women, the unpredictable New York City dating scene, and risk-taking fashion. But behind the scenes, the hit HBO series wasn't all tutus and cosmos. Here are the dark secrets the cast of Sex and the City tried to hide. "Lemme say one thing right now. If one more person calls this a catfight" It's hard to imagine Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon as anything other than best friends. But according to at least some of the cast, that couldn't be further from the truth. In 2004, Cattrall opened up about cast-related financial disputes, telling Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, "I felt after six years it was time for all of us to participate in the financial windfall of Sex and the City. When they didn't seem keen on that I thought it was time to move on." Cattrall had hoped to snag $1 million per episode. And while she had reportedly already been making $350,000 per episode — she was likely making significantly less than Parker, who at one point, served as executive producer on the show. Even the greatest TV shows have their fair share of behind-the-scenes drama. But according to the New York Post, trouble was brewing primarily between Cattrall and Parker, with the latter having allegedly created a mean girls-like clique that left Cattrall feeling left out. Parker addressed the rumored bad blood, telling Marie Claire, "When you're on set, you're working 90-hour weeks, you're never home, you're exhausted. There are times when all of us have been sensitive, and sometimes feelings get hurt. But I don't have any regrets about how I've treated people." Cattrall also downplayed the drama at the time. But it would creep up again just a few years later. Following two successful movie sequels, Parker confirmed to Extra in 2017 that the third film had officially been canceled. "It's over… No, yeah. We're not doing it." Admitting that she was more than disappointed about the outcome, she says she was also devastated for fans who were hoping for more. "I think more so it's for that audience that has been so vocal about wanting a third movie, um." Soon after Parker's announcement, the Daily Mail placed the blame on Cattrall and her demands, claiming that she had allegedly asked Warner Bros. to also produce additional projects for her. Uninterested, the company reportedly scrapped the third installment, rather than continue without the original Samantha. But Cattrall had a very different take on the drama. After the cancelation, Cattrall told Piers Morgan that she'd been clear about not wanting to continue to play Samantha Jones, and criticized studio execs for how they handled the situation. "I take to task the people from Sex and the City, and specifically Sarah Jessica Parker." She also claimed the whole thing felt like "a toxic relationship." “Nobody ever picks up the phone and tries to contact you and say, 'How are you doing?'" Co-star Willie Garson hit back, alleging Cattrall had attempted to secure a contract long before walking away from the third film. He tweeted: "Dear fans, because I'm 'toxic,' I'm going to negotiate a contract for 6 months, not come to terms, then say I never wanted to do it anyway." "To be thought of as some kind of diva is absolutely ridiculous.” While it was no secret that they weren't exactly besties, Cattrall further distanced herself from Parker when she told Morgan, “We've never been friends." Parker later responded to the jab, telling Andy Cohen, "That's not the way I recall our experience." Hoping that their bond from having done the show might "eclipse" any bad feelings, she added, "I always think that what ties us together was this singular experience. It was a professional experience but it became personal." Parker would later extend an olive branch, offering her condolences after the death of Cattrall's brother, but the move just cranked up the tensions even further. Parker is synonymous with her character, Carrie Bradshaw — a fan of love, friendship, and designer shoes. But, according to Cattrall, Parker isn't like that in real life at all. After Parker reached out following her brother's death, Cattrall posted to Parker: "You are not my family. You are not my friend. So I'm writing to tell you one last time to stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your 'nice girl' persona." Looks like this tea is still piping hot. “When it comes to relationships, how do you know when enough is enough?" Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Nicki Swift videos about your favorite celebrity feuds are coming soon. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit the bell so you don't miss a single one.