In the 60s, the Fab Four were the Beatles, and in the 2000s, it’s…the girls of Sex and the City?
In Kim Cattrall’s mind, it is.
The actress says fan reception and excitement during the filming of the big-screen adaptation of Sex and the City had her feeling like a rock star.
“It was click right back into place but what was different was that there were fans everywhere on both sides of the street [while filming] and they were screaming,” she tells Extra. “I felt like I was one of the Beatles.”
The movie hits theaters May 30, and having seen the final cut, the Emmy nominee finds no fault in the finished product.
“It has ten fingers, ten toes,” Kim exclaims. “It’s all perfect!”
Also perfect is her personal life. The 51-year-old, thrice-divorced actress has finally found happiness in her chef beau, Alan Wyse, 28, and doesn’t care what everyone’s saying about her.
“At this age that I’m at, I feel very happy with the choices that I’ve made,” she says. “I don’t think the white picket fence was for me. That doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with a white picket fence but I would’ve jumped over it long ago.”
The only jumping Kim is doing these days is to exercise — only because of her boyfriend.
"I have a great guy at home who cooks," she says. [But] I have to work out even harder because he lies about not putting butter in [the food]!"