The flick will face against other potential films of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and "Starship Dave."
With things all fixed for "Sex and the City" to enter production soon, looks like it's the right time for New Line Cinema to unveil the day the flick is going to take off.
Yes, MTV has obtained information stating that the studio and HBO Films will launch the film to theaters nationwide next year on May 30 to be exact. Pic thereby will face quite tough competition on the box office as the Judd Apatow-produced "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and Eddie Murphy comedy "Starship Dave" are also slated to come up on the same date.
The big screen version of the HBO popular series, "Sex" centers the lives of the four main characters from the original, four years after the time frame of the finale of the show, which ended its six-year run in 2004. Filming is due to begin September 19, 2007 in New York City under the direction of Michael Patrick King with Chris Noth and Jennifer Hudson co-starring as "Mr. Big" and an assistant to Carrie Bradshaw, respectively.