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Former Sex And The City star Kim Cattrall has confessed she scrapped plans for a movie version of the TV show after a row over money. After the Emmy-winning show ended its six-year-run earlier this year, producers planned to reunite the four lead characters in a film spin-off. But plans were quickly cancelled amid rumors of a rift between Cattrall and co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. Now Cattrall has admitted she blocked the film, because they weren't offered enough money. She says, "I wanted all of us to have a piece of something. We all worked for six years, 18 hours a day. It would be a shame to come back and not reward the actors who had so much to do with shaping the show." But she refuses to rule out future plans: "That's not to say a movie won't happen in the future."

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