There's already been a wedding and a trip to the desert in the first two movies - what more could Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte possibly get up to? The mind boggles.
The actress also touched upon her initial reaction to the TV show way back in 1998. "When the project was first presented to me, you have to remember that at the time HBO was a very different channel, it was a very male orientated platform for distribution," she said.
"What was lovely is that we produced an entire first season without being on the air so we had no idea, first of all no point of reference, it was a voice that was new and it was slightly subversive and it had a point of view that was sort of singular so we couldn't look at anything else and say if that had success then we might."
She added: "So we produced an entire season and then it was a sort of slow burn. We had to cultivate the female audience and to change the viewing habits."
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