"That's the most exciting part of it because before that you've just been concentrating in your own little world."That''s the tough thing about movies.
You don't get the whole flow of it when you're working on it. When the music started and the credits, it's just chilling."Although Sex And The City turned Cattrall into an instant celebrity, she was already a seasoned pro, having acted on stage and screen since 1975.
The bar was so freaking high when we left and I always thought, 'Can we match it?I wanted to go to the community theatre, I wanted to watch movies, I wanted to read about actors, I wanted to learn about acting, I wanted to read plays."My parents got excited by the fact that I was channelled into an area because my sister was taking a more academic route and didn't know what to do."Her parents Dennis and Shane stood by her chosen profession, she says."They were incredibly supportive, 100 per cent behind me.For a period of time, my family became my cheering section.click on the title of any post, it is a link to a separate page that shows all the comments.Scroll down to the bottom of the comments until you see the words newer and newest next to the number of comments on the right, those words are links that will lead you to a new page of comments.' and, 'Are there stories that still need to be told? Cattrall can still vividly remember the day when she read Sex And The City director and writer Michael Patrick King's script with her co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Kristin Davis (Charlotte York-Goldenblatt) and Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes)."The read-through fitted like a glove.For the first couple of pages, everyone was nervous and very emotional and then, after the fifth or sixth page, it was like we were back."I'm so glad Michael came up with the script.I think he did a fabulous job taking these four characters and brought them together in this seamless way."And she was proud that the film acknowledges middle-aged women – Samantha hits the big milestone in the movie."I really love the fact that in a big Hollywood movie about women that one of them is turning 50.I think that's never been done before," she says, laughing, "and I'm really proud to be part of something that allows that to happen."Watching the finished result gave her butterflies, she admits. It was freezing cold in the room and I was so nervous."You do the scenes that you're in and you hope those are good, and then you see what was made of the rest of the movie.After making her feature film debut in Otto Preminger's Rosebud, she scored parts in 80s movies such as the Oscar-nominated Tribute opposite Jack Lemmon, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and the cult classic Big Trouble In Little China.However, she reveals her passion for acting started in childhood.