Kim Cattrall Confirms 'Sex and The City' Sequel

Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon attend the ‘Sex and the City: The Movie’ DVD launch Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon attend the ‘Sex and the City: The Movie’ DVD launch

Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte will return in a sequel to the hit big screen version of “Sex and The City,” according to Kim Cattrall.

During an interview on Britain’s “The Paul O’Grady Show,” the actress told guest host, and frequent Access Hollywood correspondent, Mel B, “We will do the sequel next summer,” the BBC reported.

Kim noted that it has been “difficult getting everybody who’s so incredibly busy all together at the same time.”

Regardless of their busy schedules, Kim said she and her co-stars are excited to visit the famed characters again.

“We wanted to the first time, and now we’re hopefully doing it again for the second time,” she said.

Kim also squashed any rumors of any “Sex” strife on the set, saying, she “loved those women.”

As previously reported on Access, Sarah Jessica Parker told Access’ Billy Bush back in April that doing another movie was up to the “Sex” addicts.

“We’ll see,” Sarah Jessica said. “We are back because of the good graces of the audience. They really are the determining factor.”

Sarah Jessica and Kim aren’t the only ones excited about the reported return of NYC’s hottest ladies — HBO, the network which first aired the series, wants to see it on the big screen too.

During the network’s annual TCA Press Tour in July, top HBO execs said there is “enormous interest” by all studios behind the hit movie to make a sequel.

“They’re trying with our help to put that together now,” HBO’s programming group and West Coast operations president, Michael Lombardo told reporters. “When that happens, how long between, can’t say. But there’s absolutely interest.”

And an older, wiser and married Carrie Bradshaw won’t be the only thing “Sex” fans can toast their cosmos to — well, at least their virgin-cosmos to!

“Sex” author Candace Bushnell told Access in Sept. that she has signed a deal “to write two young adult books about Carrie Bradshaw’s teenage years.”

And who would Candace like to see step into the role made famous by Sarah Jessica Parker if her new “Sex” prequel book was to be adapted for TV or film?

“I don’t know…Miley Cyrus!” Candace revealed.

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