SPOILER ALERT: Who was ACTUALLY going to be killed off in third Sex And The City movie - revealed!
The storyline has finally been announced for the cancelled movie
By Faye James
November 26 2018
Now we know who was going to die in Sex And The City 3 - but it will never be made!
Sex And The City 3 planned to kill off one of the favourite characters and it's finally been revealed who was going to die.
The movie, which is highly unlikely to ever be made after Samantha (played by Kim Cattrall) pulled out, was going to be the final movie in the hit show and film series.
Sarah Jessica Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw, Kristin Davies, who played Charlotte York and Cynthia Nixon who played Miranda all signed on the dotted line to make the movie.
In reality, it might be a good thing the movie never happened because fans are NOT happy!
According to James Andrew Miller, a film and media expert who has seen the final Sex And The City movie script, and spoke about it on his Origins Podcast - the person who was going to die was...
Andrew says in the podcast, ‘They point to the fact that it calls for Mr. Big to die of a heart attack in the shower, relatively early on in the film, making the remainder of the movie more about how Carrie recovers from Big’s death than about the relationship between the four women.’
Once this information came to light, fans were quick to express their relief the movie never went ahead. And never will!
“I’m so happy this didn’t happen!’ wrote one Twitter user.
“No way. It took so long for Carrie and Mr Big to get together and get married and now they want to kill him off! Glad the 3rdmovie isn’t happening. Somethings are better left as it is,” vented another.
“Thank god it’s not happening. I would have been in hysterics walking out of the theatre,” said another.
It's especially shocking (and cruel) that they would kill off half of the iconic couple after they finally got together. But, some might remember during season six of the beloved show, Mr Big (real name John) went for a "routine" heart procedure, so this wouldn't exactly be a completely, crazy, new plot, right?
Clearly, most of the movie would then revolve around Carrie Bradshaw recovering from Big's untimely death, instead of her having fun with her girlfriends, and according to Kim Cattrall, this was unacceptable. "People close to Kim believe that the script didn't have a lot to offer the character of Samantha," Miller also revealed on his podcast.
So that's really why Kim wouldn't come back to the SATC-world.
Now, that we know there's no chance a third SATC movie will be made (Cynthia Nixon who played Miranda is now a politician anyway), fans are breathing a sigh of relief that they don't have to live through Big dying, Samantha disappearing and no happy ending for everyone...
And anyway, didn't everyone like Aiden after the second movie anyway?
Faye James is a regular contributor at New Idea, WHO and Practical Parenting and works across health, beauty, celebrity and royal content. She has over 20 years of experience spanning across the UK, Middle East and Australia.