It takes a special man to be Samantha Jones' love interest. But then again, it takes a special man to admit crying during the first Sex and the City movie.
"I was like, I've got to see what this is about. I need to know what I'm doing," Sex and the City 2 actor Max Ryan tells us. "I watched the movie and I was emotionally touched. I actually cried a bit. It's quite embarrassing but I did. I was happy, I was sad, and I was like, 'Whoa, this is really good.'"
Despite having never seen the TV series, the 43-year-old actor won the role of architect Rikard Spirit in the franchise's sequel, which struts into theaters May 27. Ryan is the first to admit he got the part with a little help from his new leading lady, Kim Cattrall, who recommended him to writer-director-executive producer Michael Patrick King.
"I did the first scene and Kim turned to Michael and said, 'I really don't need to see any more.' I was like, 'She's so right, Michael,'" Ryan says. "I think she played a massive, massive part in me getting this. You've got to have a connection. ... With her it's just very cool, very low key, but still I was turning over inside, for sure."
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