After the first "Sex And The City" flick hit theaters in 2008, fans still wanted to know what would happen in the lives of Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda. So, that brings us to 2010 and the release of "Sex And The City 2." And even though the film has barely been out for a full Memorial Day weekend, Kim Cattrall hasn't ruled out the possibility of another flick in the beloved franchise.
"That's totally not up to me, thank God! Thank God I don't have to write that third script; that would be so daunting, but that's up to Michael [Patrick King, the director]," she told MTV News when asked what she might like to see happen next. "I don't know if there will be a third. I hope there will be. I think there's more stories to be told. That's totally his call."
So when will they stop? "Well, I think the only way it will continue is if Michael feels there's more to be said. I think once we start repeating ourselves, it's time to say goodbye," she said. "Maybe that's in five years, maybe that's in 10. Who knows? I hope we can do it for as long as the audience is there and the characters are interesting and growing and changing."
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