Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Catrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon may be returning to the big screen in Sex and the City 3.
Although we haven’t gotten any official confirmation of the film, Jennifer Hudson recently gave fans a reason to believe the movie is possible.
“Somebody just came to me talking about that. So if it’s in the talks, it might happen. So look for it,” Hudson revealed during an interview with Dish Nation.
Parker, who played the series’ star, Carrie Bradshaw, spoke about the possibility of another sequel back in June, telling press, “We’ve never really had real conversation about it, other than that I know there is a story. I think it’s a really lovely, wonderful story but whether or not we tell it remains to be seen.”
After airing on HBO from 1998 to 2004, Sex and the City was turned into a film, which hit theaters in 2008. Two years later, a second film, Sex and the City 2, was released.
Catrall has also spoken of a possible third movie.
“Occasionally I’m at someone’s house or I’m flipping through the channels and I come upon the scene [in the show] and it makes me feel so good. I think the show stands up and I’m so proud of it,” she said during a September interview with ABC News. “I’d love to come back, but it’s a very high bar and we’d need to get everybody back there and scheduling is difficult for people’s lives but always! I revisit it all the time.”
Unfortunately, Mr. Big aka Chris Noth, didn’t sound so positive about the idea.
“It would be fun, but I don’t think it’s in the cards,” Noth told Hollywood Life in June. “I haven’t heard of one and I don’t see one in the future…I think everyone is past it, over it, moved on from it. There are more important things going on.”