Speculation is mounting that iconic Sex and The City character Miranda will come out in the upcoming reboot.
However, producers remain tightlipped on the reboot, And Just like that.
Nonetheless, the internet is rife with theories about its main characters.
The newest trailer for the program recently dropped however it left more questions than answers.
Pictures from the production have recently surfaced alluding to a queer storyline for Miranda.
Will Miranda be a lesbian in Sex and The City reboot?
After the recent trailer dropped internet users have speculated on the future of the Sex And The City characters.
However many pictures from the set of the show have either been leaked or teased by production.
Most notable have been images of Miranda, pictured at a pride rally.
Included in these images are both that of Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Che Diaz played by non-binary actor Sara Ramirez.
The two are shown interacting at the Pride Rally, with none of the other female characters’ in sight.
Whilst there is no direct evidence of a relationship between the two, it has sent the internet into a spin.
In the original series the character of Miranda had briefly explored a relationship with a woman, however ultimately declared her heterosexuality.
Cynthia Nixon who plays the iconic character is an openly queer woman who ran for governor of New York in 2018.
And Just Like That, is just around the corner
Many questions about the iconic Sex and the City character and her counterparts are set to be answered very soon.
The reboot And Just Like That will debut on December 9th with Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda set to return.
After much speculation, it was confirmed that the iconic character Samantha would not return for the reboot.
The most recent trailer has provided a small glimpse into the upcoming series.
Watch the full trailer for the Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That below.
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