Sarah Jessica Parker has hinted that there could still be more Sex and the City films.
While the hit 2008 film thrilled fans of the six-year HBO series, this year’s Sex and the City 2 got a lot less love from critics. But, was the 2010 movie the very last we’ll hear from Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha?
According to entertainment blog,Vulture, Parker is not yet willing to say it’s over for the famous foursome. “I don’t know the future... I would say that you never know what will happen with that particular franchise. It’s less about the reviewers than it is about the audience, and they’ve been pretty true, so we tend to listen to them more than anybody else,” she said.
Meanwhile, Parker’s onscreen paramour, Chris Noth, certainly hasn’t been optimistic. Noth believes that after the poor SATC 2 reviews, there’s no hope for the characters to live on: “It’s over...The franchise is dead...The press killed it,” he declared last month.
But, Parker, 45, seems to feel that it’s only the film’s writer-director, Michael Patrick King, who knows for sure whether the story can evolve and satisfy fans.