Unlike the YA series kickoff, which centered solely on Carrie and her dating, drinking and smoking in the small Connecticut suburb of Castlebury, "Summer and the City" follows the 17-year-old's move to New York City to attend a writing workshop and her introductions to the women who will become her very best friends. And many speculated that we'd seen the last of Carrie Bradshaw and her crew of friends. But Candace is a very good writer, and I am sure she has come up with a very good plotline for the girls. But Sarah Jessica Parker, who produced as well as starred in the two Michael Patrick King creations, said this week she's not willing to give up on the franchise just yet.We recently with Kim Cattrall, who's played Samantha Jones on the hit HBO series-turned-big screen franchise for the past thirteen years, and she doesn't think she'll ever be back to play Samantha Jones again, either. She did mention the Sex and the City prequel that is rumored to be heading for production, with Blake Lively often mentioned in terms of casting a twenty-year-old Carrie Bradshaw. Candace Bushnell wrote a book called 'The Carrie Diaries'. "I would go back," said Parker, speaking to 24 Frames on the New York set of her new movie, the working-woman comedy "I Don't Know How She Does It." "I think there's one more story to tell.Not whether you can get away with it, not whether anybody will buy it, not whether you can make money on it.It’s really like, is there enough or more to say that would justify people risking seeing their favorite characters again? Kim Cattrall wishes she had enjoyed making Sex and the City "a little bit more"."That was a compliment and I was very surprised when I heard that - it was very sweet, but there is nothing official and I've never even been approached or anything," she lightheartedly told Digital Spy of her rumored role. Hollywood is famous for denying upcoming roles until all details and contracts are signed and sealed. This sequel to brings surprising revelations as Carrie learns to navigate her way around the Big Apple, going from being a country "sparrow"—as Samantha Jones dubs her—to the person she always wanted to be.
“You always wish that you’d had more of a sense of humour about it,” she told UK newspaper The Times. We were always feeling the pressure of the schedule; we shot two shows at the same time; 19-hour days almost every week.” It was widely reported that Kim was unhappy with her contract and wanted the four actresses to be on a more equal pay structure, since Sarah Jessica was earning more.What results is a comedic romp through the waters of everyday life. Other than reruns and the occasional movie, fans of Candace Bushnell's bestselling book or, more likely, its popular HBO TV spinoff, haven't had a lot of options for keeping up their fictional friendships with Sam (and her revolving door of a bed), Miranda (with her commitment issues), Charlotte (and her Park Avenue lifestyle) and, of course, Carrie, her newspaper column and Mr. For those fans, "Summer and the City" will be a welcome visit from long-lost friends. It looks like Sarah might have been looking for the opposite of that technique for the next “Sex and the City” movie.