AFTER years of speculation, a third Sex and the City movie looks set to be going ahead with all four female leads signed up.
New reports have claimed that Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis have all agreed to make a third movie having approved the script.
According to Radar Online, all four will be returning to the big screen, six years after the second movie inspired by the popular TV series was released.
A source close to the cast told the site: “All the women are officially signed up for SATC movie 3. “The deal is done and the script has been approved by all the women.”
The source added that Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars as Carrie Bradshaw, almost didn’t sign on for the third film because she didn’t want the ladies to come across as too old.
They added: “There was a lot of back and forth. Sarah Jessica Parker was not originally on board because she didn’t like the idea of the characters being portrayed in a more mature light.”
But once “tweaks” were made to “make this a reality”, she signed on the dotted line.
“The full green light for Sex and the City 3 the movie is really new,” the insider continued.
“Everyone’s happy with how things have turned out and they can’t wait to get started working together again.”
In October, the 51-year-old said getting everyone together was “a very nice idea” but insisted it must do the fans justice.
The award-winning Sex and the City TV series ran from 1998 to 2004 and went on to spawn two feature films – Sex and the City, which was released in 2008 and Sex and the City 2, which came out in 2010 but was panned by critics.
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