Kim Cattrall just shaded And Just Like That on Twitter again

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It's no secret that there's been some drama over And Just Like That after it emerged that Kim Cattrall would not be returning to reprise her role as central character Samantha Jones. And now it seems that Kim Cattrall is even more sure of that decision, after the star took to Twitter to throw some serious shade at the Sex And The City reboot.

The feud between Cattrall and costar Sarah Jessica Parker has been well-known for years, ever since the pair appeared together in the original series back in the late nineties - early noughties. Both have spoken about their creative and personal differences but continued to work together through six seasons and two films.

However, when it came to the new reboot And Just Like That Cattrall always maintained that she would not be returning for the project. As a result an awkward subplot about Samantha moving to London after falling out with Carrie was written into the show.

As the series enters its final few weeks with reviews beginning to pour in, it looks as though Cattrall is also having her say on the show, after the star liked an outrageously shady tweet calling the series "trashy."

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Photo credit: Getty Images

The tweet read: "So proud of @KimCattrall for skipping the trashy S&TC reboot and doing @HIMYFonHulu. She’s wonderful, and so is @HilaryDuff. If you have 48 minutes to spare, go ahead and watch the first two episodes…I may even rewatch them before next week. Challenge accepted!"

Photo credit: Twitter
Photo credit: Twitter

This isn't the first time Cattrall has made her feelings about the reboot known. When the show first began airing she liked a tweet from a fan saying saying that they wouldn't be watching the show without Cattrall in it.

It's all such drama, isn't it? But nothing is more serious that the absolute injustice happening to Steve's character. Justice for Steve.

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