Sex and the Sequel: It's Official! Carrie and Co. Will Be Back
Sex and the City
Strap on the Manolos and drown yourself in a sea of Cosmopolitans, because New York's most fashionable ladies will be back for more Sex on the big screen.
A sequel to Sex and the City: The Movie has been officially green-lit, the Associated Press reports, with all four stars — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis — having signed on, along with writer-director Michael Patrick King. "I'm very excited to work with these amazing actresses again and would love to give everyone more information about the sequel ... but I'm busy with my Sex life," King said in a statement.
Two weeks ago, it was revealed that the movie's leading ladies were on board for a second round, but contracts had yet to be signed. The first movie version of the hit HBO show arrived last spring to huge box-office numbers, raking in about $58 million in its first weekend alone — one of the top takes ever for an R-rated movie.
Sex's sequel is expected to arrive in theaters in summer 2010. Which makes us wonder: Is there enough story left in this franchise for a second film? Will we see Carrie's firstborn child? The death of a major character? The return of Aiden? What would get you to the theater?