Sarah Jessica Parker's sequel no
Sarah Jessica Parker says there won't be a sequel to 'Sex and the City: The Movie'
Sarah Jessica Parker says there won't be another 'Sex and the City' movie.
The actress - who reprised her role as sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw in the long awaited 'Sex and the City: The Movie' earlier this year - doesn't think there will be a sequel.
She said: "It has taken the last two years of my life to get to this point. To ask for anything beyond that, honestly, we would have to be greedy. I don't really even feel that it's in our control."
Despite the popularity of both the movie and the original US TV show, Sarah Jessica has no regrets about bidding Carrie farewell.
She added: "It wasn't difficult to let go, I think that maybe it's because I've always sort of looked at this as literature. Maybe it's because we have had so many chapters to tell. It's always bittersweet, but I never have felt a need to do beyond what had been on the page."
It seems the 'Sex and the City' cast are confused over sequel plans.
Last week, Chris Noth - who played Carrie's lover Mr. Big in the show and film - hinted there may be a follow-up set in London, England.
He said: "We are doing a sequel right here in London. I don't know, I'm just kidding - it's up to the writer, Michael Patrick King.
"He has some great ideas. I think it would be a great place to make it."