Cattrall’s ‘demands shut down SATC 3’

Kim Cattrall’s demands torpedoed Sex and the City 3, according to a British news site.
Kim Cattrall’s demands torpedoed Sex and the City 3, according to a British news site.

KIM Cattrall has been accused of shutting down Sex and the City 3 production due to her outrageous demands.

DailyMailTV reports Warner Bros cancelled pre-production after refusing to bow to Cattrall's ultimatum: that she will only sign up for the third instalment if the entertainment company produces other projects she has in development.

"The only reason this movie isn't being made is because of Kim Cattrall. Everyone was looking forward to making this movie but Kim made it all about her, always playing the victim," a source told the entertainment website.

"Kim had the audacity to tell Warner Bros that she would only do this if they made other movies she had in development. Ridiculous. Who does she think she is - George Clooney?"

DailyMailTV reports Cattrall (who played PR queen Samantha Jones) and her reps could not be reached for comment.

According to the site, co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kristin Davis (Charlotte York) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes) had all signed on for the same upfront salaries.

"The script is fantastic. The fans would've loved the movie but Warner Bros couldn't give in to her ridiculous demands," another source told the site.

"Everyone is very sad that the fans will now miss out on what was a wonderful story about the lives of four of their favourite women."

Sex and the City 2 was the most recent reunion of the four fashionable New Yorkers, but we haven't seen anything since the movie's 2010 release.

In December, Radar Online reported all four stars had signed on to make a third movie, with their source saying: "The deal is done and the script has been approved by all the women."

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