John Corbett Shoots Down 'Sex And The City 2' Rumors, Says He Wasn't In Morocco

Saturday, Jan 9, 2010  |  Updated 7:51 PM CDT
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Corbett Denies Cameo in "Sex And The City 2"

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Now that Carrie is married to Big, who cares about Aidan anyways?

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Despite reports and plenty of wishing on the part of the fans, Carrie Bradshaw's second "Big"-gest love, Aidan Shaw, won't be making an appearance in "Sex and The City 2."

On Saturday afternoon, following his Television Critics Association panel to promote Season 2 of his Showtime series with Toni Collette, "The United States of Tara," John said he won't be in the movie.

In December, Sarah Jessica Parker told MTV News she could not "confirm nor deny" that John was coming back for a cameo as Aiden, after he was reportedly spotted in Morocco at the same time "Sex and The City 2" was being filmed there.

But on Saturday, John told AccessHollywood.com he wasn't even in the North African country as past reports suggested.

"I wasn't in Morocco," John told Access.

In fact, John said the shots of the star people have referred to are actually from some time ago.

"I was in Istanbul about six years ago and somebody put a picture up and said I was Morocco," he said.

When asked about Sarah Jessica's recent non-denial and non-confirmation, John smiled and said his former co-star was doing the right thing for her film.

"Well, if I were a producer, I would do the same thing," he laughed.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, "Sex and The City 2" will hit theaters this summer.

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