Sarah Jessica Parker teases third Sex and the City film
Sarah Jessica Parker has teased the idea that there might be another 'Sex and the City' film.
The 51-year-old actress starred as Carrie Bradshaw in the HBO television series that spawned two movies, 'Sex and the City' and 'Sex and the City 2', and whilst she has admitted that there are no current plans to make a third big screen installment, she has hinted that it might be a possibility in the future.
She said: "Today the answer is it's not on the table but that doesn't mean it's not in the warming drawer."
The 'Footloose' star - who has son James, 13, and twin daughters Tabitha and Loretta, seven, with husband Matthew Broderick - also revealed that despite being a Hollywood superstar and portraying a fashionista in 'Sex and the City', she doesn't bother with looking her best on her days off.
Speaking on UK television show 'Good Morning Britain' on Wednesday (14.09.16), she said: "My mum look is probably much like your audiences' mother look.
"Time really is the thing that dictates a lot of choices in the morning, I'm not great at like applying my face every morning and doing my hair, I'm just not. I've never been good at that, nor do I want to be particularly good at it.
"I dress practically a lot as a parent and it's not exciting and it's not inspiring and I know I disappoint people all day long but I think practicality and time dictates a lot of that and that has a lot to do with being a working parent."
The news of the blonde beauty keeping her options open for a third movie comes after she revealed in July that she nearly turned down her part in the series - which aired from 1998 to 2004 - over concerns about the "language and nudity" present in the script.
She said previously: "There were a couple of concerns that I had-- like I really wasn't keen on doing nudity and language issues - but Kevin (Huvane, her agent) continued to say to me, 'This is different. You have never done anything like this before. No one's ever done a part like this. Do this.' "