Sarah Jessica Parker told Entertainment Weekly that she wants fans to believe the Sex and the City movie is worth their money, and at a recent press junket Kristin Davis expressed similar sentiments. Here's her response to a question about the secrecy bubble that's been constructed around the movie's release.
This is what I want to say about this. For us, so we were a TV show, we were on HBO where you had to pay to have us in your living rooms. And we obviously value those people who paid that large amount of money, because every year, it obviously went up. So we feel similarly now, because not only do they have to buy their ticket, they have to get into their cars and drive. And at this point with media the way it is, that’s a big commitment. And for our fans who have been so loyal and so committed. And have hung in there until the movie’s been made, we don’t want to give everything away, that’s not right, you want to go and actually experience the movie and not know everything.
I'll be getting an early first peek at the movie on May 28 with the other Sugar girls — have you entered our exclusive movie screening in San Francisco giveaway yet? Though I have to admit that I'll be seeing the movie a second time with some of my other girlfriends. Maybe it's not the best investment to see the same movie twice in the theater, but this is one of those times when the fun experience is worth the money.