Sarah Jessica Parker Hates “Sex And The City 3” Script?
Does Sarah Jessica Parker hate the Sex And The City 3 script? That’s the latest from the tabloids. Gossip Cop, however, can exclusively reveal the truth.
“Sarah Hates ‘Sex,'” reads a headline in the new issue of the National Enquirer. According to the supermarket tabloid, the actress is “steaming over how the original script of Sex And The City 3 portrayed the lead characters as old hags — and the movie nearly got shelved because of it!”
A so-called “spy” is quoted as saying, “There was a lot of back and forth — Sarah Jessica Parker was not originally on board because she didn’t like the idea of the characters being portrayed in a more mature light… Sarah was trying to control the situation by making demands.”
The magazine further alleges that Parker’s “displeasure about casting the characters as aging cougars, apparently, was met with snarls” from her co-stars. “The other ladies were content with their characters’ development,” contends the publication. The tabloid asserts, however, that “minor tweaks were made to the script to keep everyone happy, and shooting for the film is officially set to begin in the summer!”
Uh, not so fast. Gossip Cop already busted a version of this story two weeks ago when it was originally published by the National Enquirer’s sister outlet RadarOnline in December. In fact, “Sex And The City” writer-producer-director Michael Patrick King exclusively told Gossip Cop that “there is no script” for a third movie. These alleged details about Parker supposedly objecting to the first draft and shooting now being set for the summer are all untrue.
None of the cast is even signed on for a Sex And The City 3 film. It’s unclear if RadarOnline simply received bad information when it originally ran this story. But there’s just no excuse for the National Enquirer knowingly repeating the false claims, even with some of the same quotes, when it’s already been corrected. And not only corrected, but debunked by the man who would be leading such a project.