If "Sex and the City 3" ever gets greenlit, don't expect Kim Cattrall to be in the film. In an interview with Daily Mail Sunday, the actress confirmed she won't appear in any future film installments based off of the HBO drama series. When asked if she'll ever star in another "Sex and the City" film, Cattrall replied, "Never. It's a no from me. Cattrall has spoken negatively about her time on "Sex and the City" in the past few years, including the comments where she claimed she's "never been friends" with her co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker , Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon.
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Lawyers expect to bring hundreds of lawsuits against alleged sexual abusers and institutions that protected them under the Child Victims Act , the law Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed in February giving abuse victims more time to hold perpetrators accountable. The law opens a one-year window starting Wednesday for survivors to bring old legal claims that had been precluded by statutes of limitations or notice of claim requirements. Those were among 17 suits the firms had brought across the state on behalf of abuse survivors as of Wednesday afternoon, said attorney Jason Amala of Pfau Cochran Vertetis Amala.
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Mexico City lawmakers have given the green light to decriminalize sex work in the capital, hoping it will be a first step to a crackdown on sex trafficking that traps thousands of Mexican women and children. Temistocles Villanueva, a local representative with the ruling center-left Morena party, said the new law recognized that people had the right to engage in sex work. Sex work is allowed in much of Mexico but states have different and sometimes unclear rules, meaning workers frequently operate in legal vacuums which can leave them vulnerable to exploitation and trafficking by crime gangs.
Skip navigation! Despite its humble beginnings on the show, the drink is now so inextricably linked to it that asking why the Cosmo became such a phenomenon is a bit like asking why the show itself found its level of success. Think about all the things you imagined about adulthood — and then perhaps later decided to actually strive for — that were essentially whipped up by Candace Bushnell, Michael Patrick King, and the rest of the creative forces behind SATC.