Chris Noth reveals why Carrie didn’t ask for help for Mr. Big

One of the most dramatic scenes in ‘And Just Like That ‘reboot of’ Sex and the City ‘, was when Carrie Bradshaw find her husband Mr. Big passed out in the shower after suffering a heart attack, which eventually led to his death. The reaction of the character starring Sarah Jessica Parker caused a commotion and it was the actor Chris Noth himself who broke the silence about it.

The moment caught the attention of viewers since the protagonist did not call 911 to ask for help for her great love, who just suffered a heart attack during the shower. But what was the motive behind? In AmericanPost.News we bring you all the details.

Recently, the actor explained the story behind the shocking scene of the series And Just Like That, where Carrie finds her husband lifeless after attending a piano recital by her daughter Charlotte, played by Kristin Davis.

Why didn’t Carrie ask for Mr. Big’s help?

In an interview with Vogue, the actor explained that the reason why his wife in the fiction did not seek help from paramedics or try to revive him was to give realism to the scene of the reboot of ‘Sex and the City’.

“We knew it shouldn’t die alone in the bathroom. There had to be that last moment and no words, no cheesy dialogue, just one look, and I thought [el director, Michael Patrick King] He did it so well, ”explained Chris.

Regarding his final scene, the actor stated: “We both call it the Bonnie and Clyde moment, which is that moment where Bonnie and Clyde are about to be gutted by bullets. They have that look between them, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway. They both know it’s the end. “

How old is Carrie Bradshaw?

Actress Sarah Jessica Parker stars as Carrie Bradshaw

The first episodes of ‘And Just Like That’ came to the screen and the one who caught the eyes was the actress Sarah Jessica Parker who gives life to the protagonist Carrie Bradshaw, a mature woman in her late fifties. The reboot of ‘Sex and the City’ is the continuation of the saga about four New York women who showed how they lived from their feminine perspective the transition of the century from the emotional to the work and the sexual.

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