“Sex and the City 2” opening date is set with Warner Bros and New Line Cinema. The adaptation of the hit HBO series will debut on May 28, 2010, the same weekend that the original movie debuted in 2008.
All four main cast members – Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon – have signed new contracts, while Jennifer Hudson has admitted that she is hoping to reprise the role of Louise from St. Louis.
Chris Noth – who plays Carrie Bradshaw’s husband “‘Mr. Big” – has hinted producers are “probably thinking” about giving the couple children.
Cynthia Nixon – who plays lawyer Miranda Hobbes – has her owns dreams for the plot.
“I would love to see Miranda and Carrie and Charlotte and Samantha all go off on some wild madcap adventure somewhere.”
Aside from the fact that all four of the original actresses have agreed to reprise their roles in the sequel, “Sex and the City 2” will have director/writer Michael Patrick King once again taking the responsibility behind the camera.
Sex and the City was a box office hit, opening to $57 million on its way to earning $152.6 million domestically and over $415 million worldwide.