Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Kristin Davis played Samantha Jones on Sex and the City
Sex and the City star Kristin Davis has claimed that a reboot without original cast member Kim Cattrall would never feature her character.
This week, Cattrall slammed rumours of a new US film of the hit TV series and said she had not been approached.
Davis told the BBC that she had been in touch with Cattrall and would “support” if she wanted to star.
“It would be a tragedy if we left the audience wanting more,” she said.
The 53-year-old became the second cast member to state she would not be part of a new series, following Samantha Jones actor Cynthia Nixon.
“I thought it was almost too late to bring [a show] back,” Cattrall, 61, said.
While there is no official announcement about a reboot, other members of the original line-up have expressed their interest in making another film with Cattrall, who played friend and professional career woman Samantha Jones.
Davis, who played the slinky red-headed character Charlotte York Goldenblatt, insisted the reboot “could work”.
“It would be about being a real life-long best friend and someone who is interested in life beyond living.
“If they want to make another movie, I’m there. I’ll be there for her if she wants to come back and make it and I think I’m open to that.”
Davis, who has said she would only return for a “very big Hollywood version” of the film, refused to comment on the argument between Cattrall and the producers.
“I think it’s between Kim and her family and her management and I’ve spoken to Kim several times and it’s one of those things where, you know, we both respect each other and we’ve been working together for almost 20 years.
“It’s an important part of her history and her life. We still, we love each other and we wish her the best.”
Image copyright HBO Image caption Sarah Jessica Parker said that they “genuinely hope” to make a new movie with a new cast
Earlier this week, Sarah Jessica Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw, said she “genuinely hoped” a new movie was on the cards and that the cast would “look back on” their time working together fondly.
“I know [the movie] will happen. We just haven’t been able to sit down with somebody to actually hammer out the details, but I know it will happen,” she said.
Sex and the City ran for six seasons from 1998 to 2004, and starred Parker, Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Kim Cattrall as women living in New York.