Cynthia Nixon Responds to Criticism From Fans of Her Character Miranda in the Series “And Just Like That”
Cynthia Nixon responded to audience criticism of her character Miranda in the series “And Just Like That”, which became the continuation of “Sex and the City”.
Fans of the series said that the sensible Miranda became completely different in continuing the series.
Especially strong fans’ resentment was caused by Miranda’s affair with the non-binary Che Diaz (Sara Ramirez) and her decision to part with Steve.
Viewers even launched the hashtag #JusticeforSteve in support of Miranda Hobbes’s husband Steve Brady.
However, Cynthia Nixon did not agree that Miranda had changed in her interview with Vogue.
“First of all, I think Miranda is brave, and I think Miranda is charging forward. She doesn’t know where she’s going exactly, but she knows she has to go somewhere. And I think that’s always been true of Miranda, right? Miranda’s very smart, and she’s very tenacious, but the idea that she’s levelheaded – she’s never been levelheaded!”
She also added that “And Just Like That” is a new show.
“This is not Sex and the City. If you’re looking for Sex and the City, you should watch the reruns. This is a new show for this moment and for the moment in these original characters’ lives.”
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Cynthia Nixon announced her bisexuality in 2012 and told about the wedding with her girlfriend Christine Marinoni.
The series “And Just Like That” was released in early December last year and told about the events that took place 11 years after the finale of “Sex and the City 2”. Kim Cattrall, who played the role of Samantha, dropped out of the series, possibly due to a quarrel with Sarah Jessica Parker.
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