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'Sex and the City' Creator Darren Star Weighs in on How 'And Just Like That' Handled Kim Cattrall's Absence
Darren Star is giving his take on one of 's most controversial aspects. The creator of , who was not involved in HBO Max's follow-up show, weighed in on how the new show handled Kim Cattrall's absence during an interview with SiriusXM's .Cattrall, who played Samantha Jones on , did not appear on , amid a long-running feud with her co-star, Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars as Carrie Bradshaw on both series.To explain how the foursome of friends — which also includes Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) — was down a member in the new series, a falling out between Carrie and Samantha was written into the script.Samantha did make her presence known in , through text messages sent to Carrie, and an off-screen meeting in the show's season 1 finale.«They definitely had a challenge,» Star said of making the new series without Cattrall, «but I love the idea that they kept her alive in a sense and there's always hope.»While Carrie and Samantha may mend things in their fictional world, Cattrall has made it clear that she would not ever return to the role, a decision that Parker supports.«That’s a no,» Cattrall told of if she'd ever consider reprising her role.
Man from Del Monte ad star Brian Jackson dies peacefully aged 91 after cancer battle - dailystar.co.uk - London - Los Angeles - New York - county York - county Graham - county Gordon
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Man from Del Monte ad star Brian Jackson dies peacefully aged 91 after cancer battle
READ MORE: Joan Rivers lookalike haunted by her ghost who says six words to himBrian's youngest daughter Jo Jackson said: "The commercials paid for where we lived and my education, which I'm very grateful for."He also bought a yellow Jaguar with the money from one of the adverts because it reminded him of the bananas."He was very funny, had the most amazing anecdotes, and was a thespian until the end."Brian previously admitted his casting in the iconic ads was a "bit of a mystery" but told Retro Mash that his manager had called him up about an ad that she had told them he "might not be interested in".He explained that the team casting the actor for the ads had been to London, New York and Los Angeles but had been unable to find the specific sort of man they wanted.But after a recommendation from a casting director he'd just worked with he was the only actor called in to an audition, where someone asked him: "Would you mind being made famous?"Of course, Brian had a number of other roles, though none as memorable as the Del Monte adverts.His most recent role according to IMDB was as a drummer in the 2019 film Saint Maud.He also played two different characters in daytime soap Doctors, as Graham Gordon in 2011 and as Jonesy Dalmond in 2014.Brian's earliest television role was in 1958 as a sailor on The Adventures of Ben Gunn.The actor died at his home in London's West End on July 2, 2022, with his wife and youngest daughter by his side, following a battle with prostate cancer.READ NEXT:Devastated Lauren Laverne quits BBC Glastonbury coverage as mum tragically diesBBC presenter breaks down in tears as she announces Harry Gration's 'sudden' deathBBC presenter Harry Gration dies 'suddenly' aged 71 as co-worker leads tearful
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