The Sex and the City star says that a third installment in the franchise is not 100% off the table.
After recent drama concerning co-star Kim Cattrall’s comments about why she refuses to do a third SATC film, Parker told ET not to rule out anything yet.
Admitting that she was upset and even “heartbroken” to hear Cattrall’s comments last October, especially the one where she said she was never friends with her SATC co-stars Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis, Parker now gives fans hope.
“We’ve not had that specific conversation, but I mean, I think everybody’s inclined to consider it,” she said. “In all sincerity, there has not been a real post-it not happening. There’s really not been a substantive conversation. I think we all feel enormously lucky to have had the experience we had together — Kim, Kristin, Cynthia and myself,” she added. “hat’s been really meaningful to us. Whether we get to tell another chapter of that story, I don’t know. We’ll see.”
Will Sex and the City 3 happen? If it does, will is happen with Cattrall? Parker did joke about a Samantha stand-in with Andy Cohen. Cohen also brought up the possibility of Sharon Stone taking on the role of Samantha, to which Parker replied, “You’re not the first person that said it. I think it’s a really interesting idea, yeah.”