If you wondered how things worked out between Carrie and Big, wonder no more. Variety is reporting that Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis have all signed on for a “Sex and the City,” sequel.
The first film, which opened last summer, made $152 million in the US and an additional $260 million worldwide. Not too shabby. (Plus, no one is calling Catrall for a “Manequin” follow-up, so, really, why not do this?
Michael Patrick King, who wrote and directed the first film, has also signed on to return.
New Line is clearly excited about the film’s prospects and are rushing it into production. It will shoot later this year and hit screens in summer 2010.