By Daily Mail Reporter
No regrets: Sarah Jessica Parker has admitted that sometimes her Sex And The City's co-stars feelings get hurt when they spend 90 hours a week on set
Sarah Jessica Parker has admitted there were clashes on the Sex And The City set, saying: 'Sometimes feelings get hurt.'
There have been reports the stars don't get along. But the 45-year-old actress denies that there is a bitter rivalry among the ensemble cast, which includes Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis.
The mother-of-three tells US Marie Claire: 'When you're on set, you're working 90-hour weeks, you're never home, you're exhausted.
'There are times when all of us have been sensitive and sometimes feelings get hurt.
'But I don't have any regrets about how I've treated people.'
Nixon, 44, agrees, saying: 'It hasn't always been smooth sailing. But the idea that we're somehow adversarial is ludicrous.'
Meanwhile co-star Davis, 45, has blasted rumours that she refused to have dinner with Cattrall when the Sex and the City 2 cast filmed in Morocco.
The actress, who plays Charlotte in the movie, says: 'There was a very strange piece in one of the tabloids that said Kim and I would eat in the restaurant of our hotel and not sit together, which cracks me up
Best of friends: Co-star Kristin Davis has blasted rumours that she refused to have dinner with Cattrall when the Sex and the City 2 cast filmed in Morocco
'When I would get back from the set, I would go to the gym and get room service.
'I'm not a put-on-decent-clothes-and-go-to-the-hotel-restaurant person. But Kim is. The story was that we don't like each other. Ridiculous.'
In fact Nixon claims the four women even socialise when they're not working together.
The redhead, who plays Miranda, says: 'We go to the theatre together or just go to one of our houses for dinner."
In fact Nixon and Parker, who plays Carrie Bradshaw, have summer homes in neighbouring towns and their sons supposedly play together.
Davis says: 'When we first started, we would all drive out to the Hamptons together at 4am on a Friday night after shooting ended and see the sunrise as we arrived.
'I love those memories. We worked so many hours; just work, work, work, work, work.
'We were all so committed to making the show good. There wasn't room for much else. I had my dog and that was it.'
Cattrall, who plays Samantha, also denies any rift. The 53-year-old says: 'Nineteen-hour workdays are stressful, whether you're driving a truck, working in a coal mine or on a set and trying to be your brightest at 4 o' clock in the morning. But there's a camaraderie that happened through all of that...
'The chemistry among the four of us is very strong.'
Chemistry: Cattrall paid tribute to the cameraderie between herself and her co-stars
In fact Cattrall suggests the rumours of discord among the stars is tabloid fantasy. Because the press has to put women in these boxes rather than show them as the movie portrays them: working together and being powerful,' she says.
'Things just have to be explosive for no other reason than for people's imaginations.' Nixon even says she would happily do a third Sex and the City movie, 12 years after the TV series was first born.
'If Sarah Jessica and [writer/ director] Michael Patrick [King] want to make another I'm there. I'd go along with them blindfolded.'
As for keeping the plot of the current movie under wraps the Sex and the City 2 producers went so far as to print scripts on anti-scan security paper, according to reports.
Supposedly if anyone tried to copy a page, the words 'do not copy' would print all over it, making it impossible to read.
Costume designer Patricia Field says they even tried to fool the public and the paparazzi when they filmed scenes for the movie in New York. She says: 'When we knew paparazzi were there, we put the actresses in disguises to keep the surprise.
'The white [wedding] dress [that Cattrall was pictured in] was one of the them.'