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Samantha Jones may not pop up on Emily in Paris, but that doesn’t mean fans should count Kim Cattrall out. The notion that Samantha and Emily would cross professional paths is reasonable, as they both work in the marketing and public relati ons world, but Emily in Paris

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creator Darren Star, who also created Sex and The City, has already ruled out that possibility. However, he recently told Variety that he would love to have Kim Cattrall on the series as a new character.

There’s already one Emily in Paris star shooting a pitch for what he believes would be the ideal role for Cattrall. During the Cannes Film Festival, William Abadie (who plays Antoine) told Variety:

Cattrall, who is obviously blonde, is also British and Canadian.

There is also one more reason that Cattrall fans can remain hopeful that the actress will make a special appearance on Emily in Paris. During a Variety cover interview, she said:

Emily in Paris stars Lily Collins, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Ashley Park, Lucas Bravo, Samuel Arnold, Bruno Gouery, Camille Razat, and William Abadie. Seasons one and two of Emily in Paris are currently streaming on Netflix. Season three filming is currently filming.

Kim Cattrall played Samantha Jones for all six seasons of HBO’s Sex and the City. During the series’ rise to popularity in the 1990s, the show was praised for its openness about sex, and when it came to Samantha, audiences enjoyed watching her sexual freedom and sex-positive attitude.

During the show’s final season, Samantha is diagnosed with breast cancer. This showed audiences another part of Jones’ character, highlighting her resilience and strength. During a particularly memorable scene, the glamorous Samantha removes her wig onstage while giving a speech for a cancer benefit, leading many of the women in the audience to do the same.

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