There is good news for Sex And The City fans, the second film in the cult franchise won't be the last as shooting for the third film is soon to begin. There have been concerns that the feisty four lead characters have started to show their age and so movie bosses have decided to shoot the two movies back to back, reported Sun online.
Sarah Jessica Parker, who plays Carrie Bradshaw, Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes) and Kristin Davis(Charlotte York) are in their mid-40s while Kim Catrall (Samantha Jones) is 53. A sequel to their original big-screen hit of 2008 is due out later this year and a source said, "There is also a third movie on the go. It's under wraps for publicity reasons."
"It makes sense to film the second and third movies back to back. The characters will look a lot younger on screen when the third movie is out in a couple of years," added the source. The third film will be their last and the cast want to look their best.
"Sex And The City is as much about fashion and how Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte look as it is about the plot. They're keen to look as young as possible because that movie will be their last. They want to go out on a high," said the source.