Entertainment Chris Noth Hints He Will Return as Mr. Big for 'Sex and the City' Reboot After Contradictory Report
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Don't lose hope, Mr. Big fans! Though it wasthat Carrie Bradshaw's ( ) beloved husband, played by , for the new HBO Max reboot, , Noth has since seemingly implied that isn't necessarily the case.
Noth's Instagram page has been flooded with commenters begging him to return as the New York businessman.
He replied to one commenter who begged him to "reconsider," "Well if page six says it... it must be true????."
Page Six was thethat Noth would not be back for the 10-episode series.
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The 66-year-old actor took it a step further on another commenter's plea for him to reprise his role, writing, "Everything changes- including announcements in the rags."
He kept things coy with other commenters who begged him to come back, replying with a winking face emoji and an emoji with sunglasses on.
It has already been confirmed that Parker will be returning as Carrie as well asand as pals Miranda Hobbs and Charlotte York, respectively. , who played Samantha Jones, for the series.
Thethat Noth would not be appearing in the reboot also noted that David Eigenberg, who played Steve, Miranda's husband, would not be participating.
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