Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City
Even Carrie Bradshaw isn't immune to the economic crisis.
The Big Apple's most famous fashionista is returning to the big screen in a Sex and the City movie sequel, but her high-end gear most likely won't be joining her given today's recessionary times.
"There is a lot that we have to think about because times are very different. So these are nice challenges, these are good challenges," Sarah Jessica Parker tells Access Hollywood. "How do we do that well? And how do we do that in a not-lazy way? How do we address these economic times in a franchise that has a lot to do with luxury and labels?"
While it's unknown if Mrs. Big will fall into the Gap (clothing) like her real-life alter ego did in a 2004 ad campaign, Carrie will have some lighthearted fun in the follow-up. "The last one, we got to tell a really mature, sophisticated story that had real heartbreak in it, and this time, I think we want a romp," Parker says. "We want our audience to have a massive romp."
Executive producer Michael Patrick King is working on the script for the film, scheduled to hit theaters in 2010.
How do you think the movie should address the recession, if at all?