Sarah Jessica Parker celebrates her 57th birthday with a new season of ‘And Just Like That’

Sarah Jessica Parker is Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO Max series 'And Just Like That...'.

Sarah Jessica Parker is Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO Max series 鈥楢nd Just Like That鈥︹.

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A day like today, but in 1965, the famous actress was born Sarah Jessica Parkerwho over the years it has been part of important stories that have captivated the publicsuch as: 鈥淗ocus Pocus鈥, 鈥淔oot Loose鈥 and 鈥淪ex in the City鈥.

This latest project became a classic within the repertoire that made the actress famous, so much so that In 2021, a sequel to the saga was released, entitled 鈥淎nd Just Like That鈥, a project that has confirmed a second season just days after the famous celebrated another year of life.

According to HBO Max, the second installment of the series will once again have the participation of the original actresses: the birthday girl Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis and the absence of Kim Cattrall will also be notable within the project.

鈥淚 am delighted and excited to tell more stories about these vibrant and bold characters, played by these powerful and incredible actors. The fact is we鈥檙e all excited,鈥 series executive producer Michael Patrick King said in a statement.

With this news, Sarah Jessica Parker celebrates her 57th birthday more active in film and television than ever, as we remember that will return to 鈥渢errorize children鈥 once again in Hocus Pocus 2, the sequel to 鈥淭he Return of the Witches鈥.

Although several details about the tape are still unknown, it is known that the new installment on the Sanderson sisters will premiere on Disney+ at some point autumn time of this year 2022.

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