'This is extenuating circumstances and in the past I've felt, wow, especially with the fans I don't want to in any shape or form ruin an ideal of it, because it does stand for empowerment and it does stand for women sticking up for each other, but not always.'Cattrall did confirm to Morgan though that Samantha Jones would never again be back on screen.'Me playing her, that I can assure you will never happen.For me it's over, it's over with no regrets, I just wish that Sarah had been nicer,' said Cattrall.'I'm at a point in my life where I am making decisions that make me happy and going backwards in life doesn't make me happy.
Kim Cattrall has given just a handful of sit-down interviews in the two decades since 'Sex and the City' first premiered on HBO, with the actress having long been fiercely protective of her private and professional relationships.
Cattrall told Morgan that she had no idea when she last spoke to her co-stars, and that no one was reaching out when the reports began circulating about her holding up the film.'And that's another thing that's really disappointing is that nobody ever picks up the phone and tries to contact you and say, 'how you doing?
' That would have been the way to handle it,' said Cattrall.
Both of those films were two of the biggest profit generators for the studio that year.
Cattrall also spoke about her perceived reputation as a diva, an allegation that has circled her for years despite the fact that she avoids the limelight.
'The common ground that we had was the series and the series is over.'Cattrall went on to note: 'I've moved on, this is what my sixties are about, they're about me making decisions for me not my career, for me.