SEOUL (Reuters) - There may not be a script for a third “Sex in the City” movie, but Kristin Davis — the dainty, unfalteringly romantic Charlotte York of the series — won’t necessarily rule out another film.
“Sex and the City 2,” the second movie about four stylish, single New York women prowling for men, turned in a disappointing performance after its opening earlier this year and was panned by many critics.
“As far as I know, we have no script for the third,” Davis said, when asked if another cinematic romp for the four friends — Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha — was in the offing.
“But I would never say never. We’d be thrilled if it happened.”
Davis, in Seoul to take part in the opening of a clinic, is set to return to TV soon in a vastly different role — “The Happiness Project,” based on a memoir by Gretchen Rubin, a former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, about her year-long journey to make herself happier.
Reporting by Danbee Moon; writing by Elaine Lies, editing by Paul Casciato