Time to grab a drink and, more importantly, your girlfriends for a night out? Sarah Jessica Parker is hinting the "Sex and the City" saga might not be over.
"A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell. ... But timing is a peculiar thing. It isn't a decision that can wait forever. I don't want to have to wear muumuus!"
In December, Kristin Davis, who played Charlotte, shared a similar sentiment. She told Haute Living magazine that a third movie had been discussed.
Still, Cynthia Nixon, aka Miranda, told The Hollywood Reporter in October 2012 that it was "fine" to let the series go at this point.
But going all the way back to 2011, Kim Cattrall — that's Samantha — said she would "love to revisit" the characters. (Via MovieWeb)
In case you forgot, "Sex and the City 2" came out back in 2010, and while it was a box office success, critics slammed the movie. (Via IMDb)
The first film hit theaters in 2008, and the HBO series — that went off the air 10 years ago now — back in 2004. (Via IMDb)
So we're guessing that'll make you feel old, but we're never too old for more "Sex and the City," are we? We'll raise my imaginary cosmo to that.