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Take Pity on Sex & The City, Send Chris Noth to Bali

Sex and City's Mr. Big - Chris Noth Wants to Bring Carrie to Bali.


Bali News: Sex and City, Chris Noth, Bali, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mr. Big, Carrie Bradshaw, Elizabeth Gilbert
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(1/23/2010)

American television star Chris Noth, who plays the role of "Mr. Big" on the hit U.S. television show "Sex & The City" wants to visit Bali ever so much.

According to a report in the San Francisco Chronicle's SF Gate, Noth is stalling on signing a contract for the movie sequel to the television blockbuster, demanding the scriptwriters devise a story line that would bring "Mr. Big" to Bali.

Pressure is building as Noth continues to negotiate with producers despite the fact that the filming of the movie is already underway.

Noth is confident that he'll come to terms with filmmakers, but insists his character needs a Bali holiday. Referring to his role as Mr. Big, Noth says: "I want him to travel the world. I think he and Carrie should go to Bali." The role of Carrie Bradshaw in the TV program is played by Sarah Jessica Parker.

The 55 year-old Noth may be trying to rediscover his roots, returning to Indonesia where he starred in his first film, a low-budget feature Jakarta filmed in 1988.

Alternatively, Noth may have been inspired by Julia Roberts' recent filming of "Eat, Pray, Love" in Bali. That film, set for release in mid-2010, concludes with Elizabeth Gilbert, the role played by Roberts, getting her man at the end of the film - a 50 something Lothario living in the central Bali community of Ubud.

No matter how you see it, full marks to Chris Noth's who's got his head and his heart in the right place: Bali.


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