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'Sex And The City 3'?

Dale Chong |
February 19, 2014 | 1:53 p.m. PST

Executive Producer

The girls of "Sex and the City" (da-z-e/Tumblr)
The girls of "Sex and the City" (da-z-e/Tumblr)
Could a third "Sex and the City" movie be in come our way?

We've seen "Sex and the City" pop out two movies already, but according to Michael Patrick King, the writer  of the HBO series and the two feature films, there's "one story left" for the four famous New Yorkers. 

"['Sex and the City'] spilled over into people's lives and the characters were rounded enough that you could still wonder where they are," King said to Entertainment Weekly

Sarah Jessica Parker, who starred in "Sex and the City" as Carrie Bradshaw alongside Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, and Kim Cattrall, felt the same way about continuing the stories of the foursome. According to E! News Parker said, "A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell. But timing is a peculiar thing." 

While Kind knows that there is a final story for the girls, that doesn't mean it will or should be told. Having all four women on board for a third film would be a big factor, of course. While Davis, who plays Charlotte in the series, seemed to be more than willing to star in another film, Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, seemed less than enthused.

"I think we had a wonderful ride," she told the Hollywood Reporter. "I think it's fine to let it go." 

While "Sex and the City" was extremely popular as an HBO series and took that popularity to the two feature films, it might be time to finally put this one to bed. We've seen Carrie and Big get married and watched the girls travel to Abu Dhabi. What more could their be? Does Carrie Bradshaw have one more book to write?

No one wants to see something as big as "Sex and the City" die a slow and painful death if it makes the effort to pull through the last of its hype. As much as people love a good movie about friendship and life, this series was never meant for a film trilogy.


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