Sarah Jessica Parker Confirms Cancellation Of ‘Sex and the City 3’

"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker is utterly frustrated  about the ‘Sex and the City 3' cancellation. A lot of fans were also disappointed with the news.The actress confirmed the news on Twitter. Some reports suggest that the cancellation has happened due to the crazy demands of co-star Kim Cattrall, according to The Hollywood Life.

However, Cattrall has slammed the claims that plans for the third installment was shelved due to her "outrageous demands".It was after her comment on twitter that Parker confirmed the cancellation of the third chapter of the film saying that they had a relatable joyable script and story and it's disappointing that they could not share the experience with everyone.

A third big-screen chapter to the popular TV series had been cancelled by Warner Bros only weeks before production was due to begin, with the studio baulking Cattrall's demand that she would only reprise her role as Samantha Jones if it produced a number of other films she had in development, according to a report by the Daily Mail.

The heartbreaking news cannot help but make people speculate that some drama must have cropped up between the stars of the film. Source says that Parker is trying not to get involved in the disputes which are leading to the slow down of production.She is more than willing to work with her fellow artists and hopes that all the misunderstandings get resolved soon.

Earlier after a lot of discussions and debates, the third installment of "Sex and the City" was appearing to get into production as all the lead stars had approved the script and were in agreement. And all four were set to return to the big screen a long while after the second movie was released. A source close to the cast told the site: "All the women are officially signed up for SATC 3. "The deal is done and the script has been approved by all the women."

The source also added that Parker who plays the role of Carrie Bradshaw in the film was close to not signing the movie in the beginning because she did not want the ladies to appear too old on screen.

The award-winning Manhattan socialite drama "Sex and the City" TV series began in 1998 and was on till 2008. Later it was made into two feature films - Sex and the City, released in 2008 and Sex and the City 2, which came out in 2010 though was slammed by critics.

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