Earlier this year, 'Sex and the City' marked its 20th anniversary and what followed was a deeper examination of the show looking at how it suddenly feels incredibly, well, dated.

Sarah Jessica Parker, turns out, feels the same way. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter at the Deauville Film Festival, the actress who played Carrie Bradshaw on the hit show said: "You couldn't make 'Sex and the City' today because of the lack of diversity on screen. I personally think it would feel bizarre."

Talking about a possible reboot, Parker said: "I don't know that you could do it with a different cast. I think that's radical and interesting, but you can't pretend it's the same.

"It wouldn't be a reboot as I understand it," she continued. "If you came back and did six episodes, you'd have to acknowledge the city is not hospitable to those same ideas. You'd look like you were generationally removed from reality, but it would be certainly interesting to see four diverse women experiencing NYC their way. It would be interesting and very worthwhile exploring, but it couldn't be the same."

Parker was at the film festival for the premiere of her new movie 'Here and Now' (formerly called 'Blue Night') which sees her taking on the role of a dying jazz singer. You can watch a clip from it below: