‘Sex and the City’s’ Kim Cattrall has no time for dem bishes once her co-stars

'Sex and the City's' Kim Cattrall has no time for dem bishes once her co-stars
DUBLIN, IRELAND – MARCH 2015: Actress Kim Cattrall attends the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival to promote her latest television series, Sensitive Skin. (Photo Credit: G Holland/Shutterstock)

Is there a third installment on the way for Sex and the City, yay or no? Kim Cattrall, 61, who played sexy siren Samantha Jones, dropped a few bombs on her former castmates during an interview with Daily Mail’s Pierce Brosnan for a taping of the ITV series “Life Stories.”

She’s taking the heat for rumors that Warner Bros. canceled plans of a “Sex and the City III” film, because she made outrageous demands. She vehemently denies the claim.

'Sex and the City's' Kim Cattrall has no time for dem bishes once her co-stars
Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis on location for SEX AND THE CITY 2 Movie Film Shoot, Manhattan, New York, NY August 9, 2009 (Photo Credit: Everett Collection/ shutterstock)

She divulged for the first time ever that she has a “toxic” relationship with the trendsetting clique: Sarah Jessica Parker, 52; Cynthia Nixon, 51, and Kristen Davis, 52, and the only thing she ever had in common with them was the fact that they all starred in the critically-acclaimed series, because she had different priorities.

Cattrall said in the interview, “They all have children and I am ten years older and since specifically the series ended I have been spending most of my time outside of New York so I don’t see them.”

She added, “I’ve moved on, this is what my sixties are about, they’re about me making decisions for me not my career, for me. And that feels frickin fantastic. But everything comes to an end and in closing one door another door opens and that door has been waiting for a long time.”

Cattrall can’t remember the last time she spoke to her old TV and film pals.

She bemoans, “And that’s another thing that’s really disappointing is that nobody ever picks up the phone and tries to contact you and say, ‘How you doing?’ That would have been the way to handle it.

“And usually what happens in a healthy relationship is that someone, or a transaction for a job in my business, is that someone says, ‘are you available?’ and you say ‘yes’ and here’s the job and you say ‘yes but thank you very much but I’m sort of over here right now but thank you very much’ and that person turns to you and they say ‘that’s great, good luck to you, I wish you the best.’

“That’s not what happened here, this is, it feels like a toxic relationship.”

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