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Samantha Jones has always been one of a kind, although we have to say this geniuinely surprised us.
Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall, whose onscreen character was known for her insatiable sexual appetite, will officially shock her fans when they read this next statement: She doesn't find Jamie Dornan attractive. That's right, Samantha Jones doesn't find Christian Grey smokin' hot.
"Maybe it's my age, but he doesn't look like a man to me," she tells The Independent. "He looks like a young boy. I like men to look like men."
She is so unimpressed with him and his looks, in fact, that she won't even go see Fifty Shades of Grey!
"I saw the preview and you know they say in three seconds you can tell if you find someone attractive or not? Well, I just thought, 'no'," she adds.
So whom does she find attractive? None other than Brendan Gleeson! But you might know him a little better as Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody from the Harry Potter films! "Now, if he were Brendan Gleeson—well, there's a little something going on there, you know, the twinkle in the eye..." she says.
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Considering her longest relationship on the series and even into the first movie was underwear model-turned-actor Smith Jerrod, we have to say we're a little surprised! Then again, Cattrall is much different from her onscreen persona, whom she won't be reprising anytime soon...much to our chagrin.
"Well, Sam is behind me," she says, "in the sense that it's over. And whatever speculation there is (about a sequel), there is no script on my desk or anyone else's right now. I miss it sometimes. I feel very nostalgic for it, and the excitement for it."
Don't break our hearts! After Sarah Jessica Parker teased fans with a potential third installment, we've been waiting with bated breath for an official announcement! But this doesn't look to be like a definitive "no" on another Sex and the City reunion, she does dish that although she doesn't see her former co-stars often, it feels good when they finally do.
"When we do get together it's lovely. It's like being with an old college chum," she says. "But three of them have kids—and when I got to that point with girlfriends that started having kids, we kind of fell into two groups."
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