Sarah Jessica Parker: A Third Sex and the City Movie "Would Be Wonderful"

Celebrity News May. 4, 2013 AT 10:00AM
Sarah Jessica Parker says she thinks a third "Sex and the City" movie would be "wonderful." Sarah Jessica Parker says she thinks a third "Sex and the City" movie would be "wonderful." Credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Will Carrie Bradshaw rise yet again? Maybe, if Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker has any say in the matter. It's been almost a decade since the actress' hit HBO series went off the air -- and three years since the critically panned second movie was released in theaters -- but Parker, 48, isn't ready to hang up her Manolos just yet.

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Speaking to Extra's A.J. Calloway at the AOL NewFronts on Tuesday, April 30, the Glee guest star said she thinks there's enough juice in the SATC franchise for a third film. "I've been saying...there is one story left to tell," she teased. "If it is, in fact, the right time and the right place, maybe we should tell it."

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"It would be wonderful," she mused of a follow-up to 2010's Sex and the City 2, which found Carrie and her three best girlfriends (played by Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, and Kim Cattrall) on a luxury vacation to Abu Dhabi. "It's fun to ponder."

For now, though, the mom-of-three is focused on another passion project: her new digital series, City Ballet, which she describes as a "docu-series" about young dancers.

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"My daughters love ballet," she said of twins Marion and Tabitha, 3. (The actress and husband Matthew Broderick also have a son, James Wilkie, 10.) "They dance all day long. They're going to start taking proper ballet classes next year. We go to the ballet, and they pretend they're ballerinas."

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