HBO Max elimina a Chris Noth del final de And Just Like That

HBO MAX will premiere on February 3 the last episode of And Just Like That, continuation of sex in New York. The tenth chapter was going to have a cameo of Ch

HBO Max elimina a Chris Noth del final de And Just Like That

HBO MAX will premiere on February 3 the last episode of And Just Like That, continuation of sex in New York. The tenth chapter was going to have a cameo of Chris Noth, who embodies Mr. Big, but the platform has eliminated the actor after being charged by several sexual assault. Spoilers below!

In the first episode of and just Like That's the character of Noth suffers a heart attack and dies. According to TV LINE, in the Final Chapter Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) was going to travel to Paris to throw the ashes of her husband from her to the Seine River. The sequence would have a fantastic element, since the deceased Mr. Big would be briefly visited to his wife.

Fonts close to production have revealed to TV Line that the creative team of And Just Like That finally decided to eliminate the footage in which Noth appears. The web emphasizes that this decision was made after the interpreter was publicly accused.

This outcome refers to the end of the original series, when Carrie breaks with Aleksandr Petrovsky (Mikhail Baryshnikov) and lives a romantic reunion with Mr. Big in the French capital.

It was on December 16 when The Hollywood Reporter published the testimony of two alleged Victims of Noth. Women, who declared under pseudonym, affirmed having suffered sexual aggressions by the actor in 2004 and 2015 respectively. Days later a third woman joined the allegations, ensuring having been sexually attacked by the interpreter in 2010.

Zoe Lister-Jones, actress who shared a scene with Noth in law and order, also accused the artist, as well as the singer-songwriter Lisa Gentile. "She warned me that if she told what happened to ruin my career," the vocalist at a press conference said.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis pronounced through Instagram after the accusations against Noth came to light. "We deeply argerate the accusations against Chris Noth", read the text.

"We support women who have taken a step forward to share their painful experiences, we know it should be very difficult to do it and applaud them for it," concludes the statement.

Updated Date: 07 January 2022, 08:30

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