Some “Sex and the City” enthusiasts better get ready for a Big disappointment.
Page Six has learned that Chris Noth will not reprise his role as the iconic Mr. Big in the “Sex and the City” reboot.
We’re also told that David Eigenberg, who played Miranda Hobbes’s love interest, Steve Brady, won’t be returning either but a rep told Page Six on Thursday that the actor is in negotiations to appear in the series.
Big, of course, was the love interest to Sarah Jessica Parker’s character Carrie Bradshaw over the course of the hit show’s six seasons, and the pair were married —after one dashed wedding attempt — in the first movie, from 2008.
In 2010’s sequel, the pair struggled with married life, but by the end, decide to try and make their marriage work.
But it looks like he’ll be out of her life once more when the new HBO Max series picks up her story.
In December, Page Six exclusively reported that a reboot of the hit franchise was in the works as limited series on HBO Max. In January, Parker confirmed there would be a ten-episode revival called “And Just Like That.”
As Page Six previously reported, Kim Cattrall, who portrayed libidinous PR maven Samantha Jones, is also not returning after years of soured relations with Parker.
HBO Max did not respond for comment.