'Sex and the City': Sequel in the future?
From left, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon (Getty)
"Sex and the City" fever is running rampant again, with the release of the films DVD on Sept. 23. That leads us to revisit the question thats been on everyones minds since May: Will there be a sequel?
If we cant tell a story thats really worthy of an audience, we wont do it, Sarah Jessica Parker, who not only stars as Carire Bradshaw but is a film executive producer, told us at the DVD premiere Thursday at the New York Public Library.
Parker said she and writer Michael Patrick King havent discussed a sequel yet, but we will have that conversation sooner rather than later.
So what would the other stars like to see in a second movie?
Well, [Samanthas] single, so the skys the limit. I love Samantha single, Kim Cattrall said. Cattrall's character broke up with long-time lover Smith Jerrod (Jason Lewis) at the end of the movie.
Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes) said shed love the ladies to all go off on some wild mad-cap adventure.
Willie Garson, who plays Carrie's male sidekick, Stanford Blatch, says he'd like Stanford to find a life partner or just be taken care of by a very old woman.
"Either one is fine with him," Garson said. "He's an easy character."
Despite harsh reviews from several critics, "Sex" earned $57 million during its first weekend in theaters, which was well above the $30 prediction.