There was some dispute over whether the Sex and the City movie released last May was any good or not, but no one can deny that it surpassed box-office expectations--$152 million domestically wowed studios. That kind of coin obviously means a sequel is in the works--and that was confirmed today.
After weeks of rumors, E! Online first broke word that the sequel is indeed official, with The Associated Press later getting a confirmation from New Line Cinema.
"Everything was finalized yesterday afternoon," a source told E! Online.
Among that everything were the contracts for its four stars, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, and Kim Cattrall, who will all return as the four centerpieces. Writer-director Michael Patrick King will also return to direct the sequel.
Sex and the City originally ran as a series on HBO from 1998 to 2004.
Do you think this movie deserve a sequel?