The defunct TV comedy's stars Kristin Davis, Willie Garson and series producer DARREN STARR has all spoken publicly of their disappointment that the film wouldn't be made, after Cattrall pulled out claiming she wasn't offered enough money and was busy filming other projects.
When Parker was asked about how she felt about leaving her character CARRIE BRADSHAW behind indefinitely, the blonde beauty admits while she is sad about it, Cattrall should not be blamed.
Parker says, "It was frustrating but a lot of the talk was overdone. I think it would have been a great project but in the end there's a sense of relief that you're closing one chapter of your career and moving on to another.
"The worst part was dealing with all the gossip about who killed the project and things like that. I just don't care anymore.
"There is no bitterness towards Kim. No, no. It's honestly the furthest thing from mind."04/08/2004 02:31