Nearly four years since Sex and the City 2 was released in theaters, speculation has started that a third film could potentially be in the works.
Two of the franchise's stars have spoken out in recent weeks about the possibility of a third film, claiming they would definitely be on board if the project came to fruition.
The most recent star to speak about the potential project is Sarah Jessica Parker, who played lead character Carrie Bradshaw in the series. The actress does not think the story is completely finished.
"A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell," Parker told the February 2014 issue of InStyle. "But timing is a peculiar thing. It isn't a decision that can wait forever. I don't want to have to wear muumuus!"
While guest starring on Watch What Happens Live on Dec. 19, Parker said about the same subject, "There's a story that could be told, but I don't know that we'll ever tell it." When asked if a Sex and the City 3 will in fact film in the future, she said, "Not that I know of. I mean, I'm not even being cagey."
Her sentiments echo ones made in December by co-star Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte in the series. In an interview she gave with Haute Living, she too shared how much she'd love to do a third film.
"I don't think [a third film] is a pipe dream, there is discussion," she said. "People talk about it amongst the people who are the players, but I don't know if it will come together. It would be very exciting if it did."
The other two lead members of the Sex and the City cast, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon, have expressed no desire to do a third film. Nixon reportedly said once she thought it would be fine to leave it in the past. However, after hearing about Nixon's comment, Davis said, "I'm going to have a little talk with Cynthia the next time I see her!"
Sex and the City aired on HBO from 1998-2004, winning eight Golden Globe awards, seven Primetime Emmys and three Screen Actors Guild awards during its run. The success was channeled into a 2008 film that grossed over $150 million. The sequel film in 2010 made $95 million.