Sex and the city reached its 20th anniversary this year, but Sarah Jessica Parker has recently admitted that the show is 'tone deaf' in 2018.
Famous for her role as icon Carrie Bradshaw. Sarah Jessica Parker has divulged her thoughts on the show in today's society. When she sat down and chatted with The Hollywood Reporter, she addressed the glaring flaws with the casting.
With a cast full of white females, Parker agrees that there is a significant lack of diversity.
You couldn't make it today because of the lack of diversity on screen. I personally think it would feel bizarre,
After the potential idea of a reboot being shut down recently, when she was asked about a third movie, there was significant hesitation.
I don't know that you could do it with a different cast," the actress said. "I think that's radical and interesting, but you can't pretend it's the same.
It wouldn't be a standard reboot, Sarah says that she would want to see how the new diverse women handle the city, New York. She also said that if you didn't include some diversity, you would look "generationally removed from society".
Sarah thinks that the idea of this reboot with a new cast would be interesting and worthwhile to explore, but she was wary when stressing it wouldn't be the same.
Sad news for Sex and the City fans as she confirmed that they would not be participating in a reboot. She is sorry for the cast and herself, as she said it would be amusing to film another movie. But she is most upset for the fans as they won't be getting a reboot that they have been so vocal about wanting.