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Sex and the City 3 Might Be Making It's Way To Theatre's Soon

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Updated 03/1/2014 5:38pm
Sex and the City 3 Might Be Making It's Way To Theatre's Soon
Media Courtesy of MadameNoire

Renad Farid

Staff Writer

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Attention fashion lovers! There might be another Sex and the City movie on the way. “If the fans weren’t interested I don’t think it would ever happen,” said SATC's star Kristin Davis when sat down on The Jonathan Ross Show. “It was a struggle to get both the first movie and the second movie made, partly because we’re a franchise starring four women over 40 and that just frankly doesn’t happen.” Davis said that the fans would be the reason why Sex and the City 3 might come out.  “It is because people talk about us, we’re still on the air, there is the fan support and so it means a lot to us,” she added. Additionally, rumor says that  Michael Patrick King, writer and director of HBO's SATC show, thinks that there is “one last chapter left” to tell. “[Sex and the City] spilled over into people’s lives and the characters were rounded enough that you could still wonder where they are,” said Kings in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. Both Sarah Jessica Parker and King know what the final story is all about, but apparently not Kristen as she says she “would have trouble being quiet about it.” Would you go see Sex and the City 3 when it hits the theaters? Tell us in the comments!

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