The Sex and the City movie is one of the biggest films of the summer at the moment, but co-star Jason Lewis isn’t letting the movie’s success go to his head.
"There’s probably more recognition on the streets right now. For the moment. Not vastly different," he tells OK! at the Don Julio summer kickoff party at the Surf Lodge in Montauk. "I think these things move in increments and I don’t really pay attention that much to that aspect of my life."
Jason reprised his role as Smith Jerrod in the film, but admits he’s ready to move on to something new now.
"I’m looking at a few different things," he says. "I just want to make sure the next thing is fun and interesting. I live my life that way. I should be reading scripts [now]!"
Good writing is what entices the 36-year-old the most and, unlike most actors, Jason doesn’t have an ideal role in mind.
"I think that’s kind of the fun thing about my job, there’s not a singular thing to it, it’s the difference of it all," he says. "You get to play a jerk, you get to play a nice guy, you get to explore parts of yourself that you don’t really get to live in day-to-day."
By Lindsey Hunter