Sarah Jessica Parker told Parade Magazine (yes, that colorful thing that slides out of your Sunday newspaper) that she already knows of a storyline for a third Sex And The City movie…
When asked if there was a chance for another installment in the popular HBO series that first turned film in 2008 SJP replied,
“There is. I know what the story is. It’s a small story, but I think it should be told. The question is, what’s the right time to tell it?”
This is the second time this summer that we’ve heard such things from Parker, in March she let out a very similar quote to MTV at Cannes,
“I think there is perhaps one more small, important story to tell…Whether or not we choose to do that and when we choose to do that remains, obviously, the unknown, but it’s nice to ponder.”
Obviously Darren Star and Michael Patrick King have an outline all thought out for a third movie and are probably going to release it in early 2013. As a member of the female species and therefore a fan of the show, I am of course looking forward to this.
BUT I don’t see why they don’t just make another season of the show on HBO, instead of these movies. For profits I suppose. They obviously have enough ideas to make two, maybe three or four movies. So why not just do the show again? We all miss Samantha’s splooge encounters of the third kind, Miranda’s frumpy ginger antics, Carrie’s bad puns and Charlotte’s blind innocence.
I can only hope that the third movie will be better than that Lawrence Of Menstruation crapfest Sex In The City 2 (in Dubai) which was in fact mostly void of NY city, and also sex.
Note to all shows and movies: DO NOT CHANGE THE LOCATION OF YOUR SHOW, EVER. I’M TAKING TO YOU WEEDS.
Also, I’m sick of hearing rumors about The Carrie Diaries, this Sex And The City prequel nonsense. Hopefully it never gets made.
Would you watch a prequel show about The Golden Girls in their late twenties? Didn’t think so. Sex And The City without middle-aged women is just Gossip Girl (set in the later 70’s or 80’s, to chronicle Carrie Bradshaw’s younger days?)
[P.S. DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT BRING BACK “LOUISE FROM ST. LOUIS,” ON PENALTY OF DEATH]