Stanford Blatch is again! Willie Garson is one in every of many unique Sex and the City solid members returning for the upcoming revival, And Just Like That, and he’s able to spill some secrets and techniques.
The Supergirl alum, 57, doesn’t need followers to think of the new series as a “reboot” as a result of in his eyes, it’s one thing utterly totally different. “These are not Sex and the City episodes,” the actor advised Us Weekly completely on Thursday, June 10. “These are And Simply Like That episodes. … It’s a simple factor to speak about, you understand — remake, reboot, they use all these horrible phrases — and for us, I don’t consider it’s both of these issues. It’s new episodes about those who we all know and their lives now, which has nothing to do probably with their lives 10 years ago.”
Garson performed Stanford, who, like finest pal Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), had a knack for extremely snazzy dressing. The New Jersey native stated that hasn’t modified for And Simply Like That, despite the fact that legendary costume designer Patricia Field isn’t returning for the revival.
“It didn’t hit me till I used to be in wardrobe yesterday and it was, like, actually moving into the sneakers once more,” the actor advised Us of enjoying the beloved character once more. “It was nice. I used to be simply telling my buddies … that I in all probability was sporting about $200,000 value of clothes yesterday. And it was immediately. It’s like, ‘Oh, that is us, right here we’re.’”
Plot particulars concerning the present are so far below wraps, however unique stars Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Chris Noth, John Corbett, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler and Mario Cantone will all return, together with Parker, 56. Sara Ramirez has additionally joined the solid as Che Diaz, whom an HBO press launch describes as “an enormous presence with an enormous coronary heart whose outrageous humorousness and progressive, human overview of gender roles has made them and their podcast highly regarded.”
Garson couldn’t share too many specifics concerning the new episodes, however he did provide one plot element that’s positively not taking place: a child for Stanford and Anthony.
“I actually needed a child,” the Yale alum advised Us. “And [showrunner] Michael [Patrick King] stated, ‘Completely not.’” Requested why, although, Garson replied, “I can’t let you know that.”
He can also’t inform followers what occurs to Carrie on the finish of the brand new sequence, however he’s probably not all in favour of her love life anyway. “I’m too narcissistic and egocentric to care about what occurs to Carrie,” he joked. “It’s essential that nothing is sugarcoated by way of that corny factor of like, ‘Effectively, I simply hope each character will get what they want or what they need’ or no matter. It’s warts and all!”
With reporting by Joe Drake