Sex and the City 3: Did Sarah Jessica Parker Hint a Comeback?

By Sarah Tejares | 3 years ago
Sex and the City 3: Did Sarah Jessica Parker Hint a Comeback?
Sarah Jessica Parker at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival for the premiere of Wonderful World. April 27, 2009. Wikimedia Commons/David Shankbone

“Sex and the City 3” has been brought up again due to the Twitter conversation of Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis. Read on for further details.

The said post can no longer be found now. However, fans of “Sex and the City” were assuming that the said conversation is a sign there will be a sequel.

The first “Sex and the City” was released in 1998. Then due to the show’s success, it was followed  by “Sex in the City 2” in  2010.  Instead of a new installment, it was followed by ‘The Carrie Diaries,” a prequel which raired from 2013 to 2014.

“Sex and the City” was produced by HBO and Darren Star . The show consists of 94 episodes. It follows the story of a group of four women — three of them are in  midthirties, while one is in her forties. Throughout their different natures and ever-changing sex lives, these women remain inseparable.

Back to the “Sex and the City 3”,  Vanity Fair  reported that the probably jokey tweets between Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis have flamed up rumors about the next sequel of their sitcom.

Meanwhile, People wrote that Jennifer Hudson was the first one who hinted the return of the franchise on Dish Nation.

This report is also supported by Perez Hilton.

“I think it might be [happening]. Somebody just came to me talking about that. So if it’s in the talks, it might happen. So look out for your girl Louise from St. Louis,” said Hudson to Dish Nation, as published on Daily Mail.

NY Daily News reported that Willie Garson (Stanford Blatch, Carrie’s best friend) told E! News that he has no idea about having a part three.

What do you think: rumor or not? Let us know by posting your comments below.

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Photo source: Wikimedia Commons/David Shankbone



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