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Bridget Moynahan Talks 'Sex and the City' Reboot, Willie Garson's Impact (Exclusive)

ETOnline logo ETOnline 9/27/2021 Rachel McRady‍

Bridget Moynahan is just as excited as the rest of us to see the women of Sex and the City back in action! The 50-year-old actress and model spoke with ET at Global Citizen Live over the weekend about returning to the franchise for the upcoming HBO Max reboot, And Just Like That. 

"Well obviously, I can't say anything about the show, but for me looking out on the other side of that window and seeing the girls coming down that Soho street in those costumes with the hair, it just made me like, 'Oh my god, it's back!' So I am so thankful to be part of it," she told ET. "I am so happy they asked me to come back. And it was so fun. It was like going back to a family."

Moynahan famously played Natasha, Mr. Big's (Chris Noth) second wife, whom he cheated on with Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker). She has been seen filming scenes for the reboot with Parker in Manhattan in recent months. 

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"They really, you know, kind of kick started my career, right? Like that and Coyote Ugly started at the same time so they always have a special place in my heart," she said of the series. 

The show recently lost a key player. Willie Garson, who played Carrie's longtime pal Stanford, died last week after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. Moynahan noted that she wasn't close with Garson, but got the chance to work with him on the show. 

"I worked with him a couple of times on that show, but I know how loved he was in that family and also in the Hollywood family," she said. "His career was expansive, and he really was a good human."  

Moynahan is a longtime supporter of Global Citizen, and was excited to be in Central Park for this year's event. 

"This one feels extra special because we haven't been able to come together on so many levels in person, and so we are able to do it safely this year," she shared. 


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