Cris Noth shared his views about Sex and the City along with Carrie Bradshaw
Recently, the prominent actor Chris Noth answered many questions in an interview about the series Sex and the City. When he was asked about the fall of the series, he reported that Sex and the City was a hit from the start.
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He also shared the fact that once he thought that it would not last on the top for a long time but this series has succeeded in staying at the top position. He also shared another fact and that was that he was not able to detach himself from this project due to its immense success.
He believed that he was not worried about the fact that he was type casted in this series. The reason was that he was comfortable with performing the role of a powerful man and did not want to lose the comfort level.
He said that his costar Carrie Bradshaw had almost 20 boyfriends in the previous series Big where they played the role of a couple. He said that it looked as if his character manipulated Carrie Bradshaw but in reality, it was he who was the victim.
When he was asked about the failure of the film Sex and the City, he replied that the plot and the script were the main cause of the failure of this film. He also said that there are many romantic comedies released each year so this film should have been a much better one in order to have been able to compete with them.
He also shared that people liked Sex in the City so much because Carrie Bradshaw used to live an extraordinary life in the series just by writing a single column per week. The lavish lifestyle and rich atmosphere with healthy comedy drew the audience towards the series making it a hit.
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He said that he did not know if there was going to be another film after the first one. He said that he had also heard rumors about the film but he could not believe it until he heard the word action. He said that the main theme of Sex and the City was idealistic and very materialistic which was not a true portrayal of New York.