Chris Noth wants critics to know that they won’t have the Sex and the City franchise to kick around any more. Speaking to Vulture about the future of the series at the Jack Goes Boating premiere, Noth said
“It’s over. The franchise is dead. The press killed it. Your magazine fucking killed it. New York Magazine. It’s like all the critics got together and said, ‘This franchise must die.’ Because they all had the exact same review. It’s like they didn’t see the movie.”
Yes, our negative criticism has killed yet another franchise. Put it in the graveyard next to other critically-drubbed films like Resident Evil and Underworld and The Twilight Saga and Clash of the Titans. I’m sure the film grossing $95 million domestic off a reported $100 million budget had nothing to do with it.
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