The ‘Sex and the City 2’ star confesses working on comedy films is tough but the good chemistry between her, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis on set helps pull it off.
She said: “They’re great. It’s very hard to explain acting and very hard to explain how hard it can be – especially comedy. Truthfully, when you have the right chemistry, you can do anything with very little oxygen and food because it’s like oxygen.
“But the smaller stuff, when you start breaking it apart, nothing is harder than a coffee shop scene in ‘Sex and the City’ because it’s just little bits and clips.”
Discussing the filming of the second instalment of the movie, Sarah admits it was easier once they left New York and headed to Morocco to film scenes of the four women on an all expenses paid vacation in the Middle East.
She told Total Film magazine: “It was as insane in terms of the number of people on the street. We would have a paparazzi rehearsal and that way they could all get it out of their systems and flash their cameras so that we could actually get a shot done.
“Then we went away for seven weeks, out of the country and that was a great advantage for us because where we were in the world no one cared. We just got to work and tell our story – and hopefully tell it well.”
‘Sex and the City 2’ – directed by Michael Patrick King – is due for release in the UK on May 28.