Sarah Jessica Parker is wearing Balmain on the June 2010 cover for Marie Claire, and to say I’m disappointed is an understatement, I’ve been saying for months now that I was hoping Marie Claire would do four covers again with all the girls (but I live in hope, they may well do that but have just released SJP) or have a cover with all four girls.
I feel that everything we’ve seen for Sex & The City 2 has been all about Carrie/SJP and it’s not, it’s about the four girls.Â Sarah-Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis are all inside though and have been photographed by James White.Â (The images are small, but I’m wondering if the group shot has also been photoshopped together?).
Inside they share:
“When you\’re on set, you\’re working 90-hour weeks, you\’re never home, you\’re exhausted,” SJP says. “There are times when all of us have been sensitive, and sometimes feelings get hurt. But I don\’t have nay regrets about how I\’ve treated people.”
Co-star Kim Cattrall maintains that “the chemistry among the four of us is very strong,” So why have stories of enmity and infighting followed the cast since before the first movie came out, when Kim reportedly made a fuss about SJP\’s salary being twice her own?
“Because the press has to put women in these boxes, rather than show them as the movie portrays them:working together and being powerful,” says Kim. “Things just have to be explosive for no other reason then for people\’s imaginations.”
Kristin Davis, the resident cheerleader â€” who with Parker organized a Thanksgiving Day dinner of couscous and turkey for members of the cast and crew in Morocco â€” laughs off the idea of infighting. “There was a very strange piece in one of the tabloids that said Kim and I would eat in the restaurant of our hotel and not sit together, which cracks me up,” she says, actually cracking up. “When I would get back from the set, I would go to the gym and get room service. I’m not a put-on-decent-clothes-and-go-to-the-hotel-restaurant person, but Kim is. The story was that we don’t like each other. Ridiculous!”
Cynthia Nixon adds, “It hasn\’t always been smooth sailing. But the idea that we\’re somehow adversarial is ludicrous.”
Read the more of the interview at MarieClaire.com, for my lucky US readers, magazine is on newsstands 11th May.
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