Sarah Jessica Parker talks about the future installment of another 'Sex and the City' movie, hinting also on the potential release schedule.
The sequel to "Sex and the City" movie has had its potential storyline, so claimed the movie's star Sarah Jessica Parker. Though not revealing much about the plot itself, the co-stars of Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon insisted that it most likely won't be about Carrie dealing with motherhood.
To MTV, she nixes the rumor that a baby will be brought to Carrie's life. "[Motherhood] doesn't seem as if that's going to be a choice she'll make," the 43-year-old explained, adding further, "It feels a little bit manipulative to toss that into the mix because she seems so pointed in a different direction." Still, she assured that she and writer/director Michael Patrick King think that they have a story.
Addressing on the speculation that the shooting potentially starts sometime in summer 2009, Parker said, "I think it's a realistic timetable. That's when we'd start shooting to be out in 2010. But that means we need to figure this out in the next couple of months."
Sequel rumor around "Sex and the City" surfaced after the movie version of HBO's original series "Sex and the City" has dug up golds at the box office. Opening with $57 million over the first weekend back in late May, the movie has become the sixth biggest opening ever for a romantic comedy. It has since pulled in $413.4 million worldwide.