Although fans had
long given up hope of ever seeing Sex and the City on
the big screen since the series ended in 2004, the
U.S. edition of OK! magazine reported that the
project may actually become a reality.
An unnamed studio
source revealed that "substantial negotiations have
opened with each of the stars' teams this week," OK!
reported. "Obviously, there is still a lot to be
worked out contractually, but it would be amazing to get
this project off the ground. There is no doubt that
fans cannot wait to see them all reunited."
persisted since the show's ending that Kim Cattrall was the
lone holdout during early negotiations due to the lack of a
complete script and perceived unfair compensation
for the principal cast. Sources indicate that enough
time has passed and that all four stars are willing to
put aside their differences to make the film happen. (The