Well this is cause to cheers a couple of Cosmopolitans: it looks like we’re not hanging the Sex and the City 3 hat up juuuuust yet.
And who better to give us the hope of a third instalment than Carrie Bradshaw herself – we mean, Sarah Jessica Parker.
The actress, 52, appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show today and conversation quickly turned to whether there will in fact be another SATC movie.
We’ve had two.
We definitely loved one of them.
We still deserve one more to send us on home.
SJP – who played Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO series that ran from 1998-2004 – has long poured cold water on the chat, as has Kim Cattrall, who played Samantha. Perhaps for differing reasons (*cough* feud *cough*), but that’s neither here nor there.
Now, however, Ellen has got us the goods as Sarah Jessica admitted that regardless of Kim’s involvement there is still hope.
‘I think there’s a period of grief, a mourning process,’ she said, before joking about Ellen taking over the role, adding: ‘Perhaps we’ll be able to consider … say for instance, you playing Samantha.’
After Ellen joked about being ‘sexual’ and the public only saw her ‘talk show host persona’ she tried to get a serious answer.
To which SJP replied: ‘I don’t know. Last week, I said “No.”
‘Reality is a brutal companion. I feel like maybe, I don’t know. I have to make up an answer, because I have absolutely no idea.
‘You know, who knows. Perhaps, we’ll find a way. Right now, I don’t know.’
Hot diggity dog, that’s good enough for us!
SJP recently told Daily Beast about the alleged bust up between her and Kim which was said to be the reason we haven’t seen another movie.
She said: ‘The thing I continue to learn is how painful it can still be, after all these years.
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‘When things aren’t true, especially when it is a personal attack about your character, the way you’ve chosen to conduct yourself specifically. I’m stunned by how deeply it still cuts.
‘I just kept saying, “This was an experience I loved. I love those women. We shared this experience. It was a privilege.”‘
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