Plans For 'Sex And The City' Movie Back On?
LOS ANGELES (March 7, 2007) — Good news for “Sex and the City” fans - the gals might be coming to the big screen after all.
During the P.S. Arts Bag Lunch on Tuesday in Los Angeles, “Sex” alum Kristin Davis said that plans for a movie version of the hit series is once again a very real possibility.
In fact, Davis, who was co-hosting the benefit auction, said she’s not accepting any other job offers until it takes shape.
“It’s the most talked-about, non-greenlit movie ever,” Davis told USA Today. “The second we’re in preproduction, I’ll be sending out invitations to the first day of shooting.”
Davis also revealed that writer/director Michael Patrick King has crafted the film’s updated story lines.
King served as executive producer of the TV series.
Back in July of 2004, Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush sat down with Kristin to talk about why plans of bringing Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha to the big screen had stalled.
“Give me the honest answer. Why is this movie not being made? Because Kim [Cattrall] didn’t want to make it?” inquired Billy.
“I don’t think it’s a secret,” Kristin replied.
“What’s underneath it?” asked Billy.
“Oh, I can’t possibly explain that… ask her. I can’t talk about her issues,” said Kristin. “I want to make the movie at any time that anyone wants to make it.”
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