Cattrall Wants More 'Sex,' Happy With Razzie Nod

Kim Cattrall sparkles at the UK premiere of 'Sex and The City 2' at Odeon Leicester Square in London on May 27, 2010 Kim Cattrall sparkles at the UK premiere of 'Sex and The City 2' at Odeon Leicester Square in London on May 27, 2010

Despite a barrage of bad reviews and pair of Razzie nominations, “Sex and The City” star Kim Cattrall is hopeful for another installment in the TV and film franchise.

The 54-year-old actress says she’s glad the Razzies exist because “it keeps you honest.” She hasn’t been approached for a third film yet, but she says she believes the fan following is still strong.

Cattrall and her co-stars — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon — share a Razzie nod for worst actress for “Sex and The City 2.” The film is also up for worst picture.

“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and “The Last Airbender” lead the nominations with nine each.

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