No matter what your preferred genre of TV or film may be, one thing is certain -- everyone has their own personal connection to Sex and the City. Ever since the credits rolled after the franchise's second film, we were left with so many questions. What happens to Carrie and Big? Is Miranda succeeding at her new job? Who is Samantha's man of the moment? Most importantly: Can we expect a sequel? After 6 seasons and two successful movies, many claim the story has run its course, but Sarah Jessica Parker's subtle hint in our February issue remained fresh in our minds.
That's why when we spoke to Cynthia Nixon at the Rush HeARTS Education Luncheon in New York City, which she hosted, we just had to find out her thoughts on a potential Sex and the City 3 movie. "I believe the series has run its course, but if anyone else has any ideas they'd like to tell me, I'd be open to hearing them," Nixon says to a group of reporters, as we refrained from pitching our ideas right then and there. "If Michael Patrick King is writing the sequel, and Sarah Jessica Parker is starring in it, sure!" With Nixon and Parker both seemingly on board, it sounds like the ball is now in the director's court. Your move, King!
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