Frenzied fans thronged the New York preem of much-awaited uber-chick flick Sex and the City.
With ticket snafus shutting out die-hard SATC-ers, the stars dissuaded tales of back stage catfights as Sara Jessica Parker, Kim Catrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon sassed up the pink carpet at New York’s Radio City Musical Hall.
The HBO series ran for six years and included lots of R-rated steamy sex before getting the snip for syndication.
Samantha alias Kim Cattrall said, "They’re older, maybe a little wiser, maybe not. Still very human, still very sexy and having fun."
Carrie Bradshaw herself, Sarah Jessica Parker revealed, "We’re not interested in telling the same old tale, or revisiting whimsy and silliness.”
The film’s world premiere opened in London – despite filmmaker’s claim of New York as a major character — to mostly mixed reviews.