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Sex and the City creator wants to 'revisit' characters

Sex and the City creator wants to 'revisit' characters

'Sex and the City' creator Candace Bushnell wants to "revisit" the characters.

The 56-year-old writer admitted she still wonders what the fictional characters in the show - which was later made into two films in 2008 and 2010 - are doing, hinting she is sure there will be another re-appearance at some point in the future.

When asked if she thinks about Carrie Bradshaw - played by actress Sarah Jessica Parker - and the other characters, she said: "Yeah, I do. I feel like we're going to revisit those characters, maybe in another movie or something, down the road."

However, the author was quick to quash rumours a third film in the franchise is already in production.

She added: "Of course I'll say this and they'll say 'Candace Bushnell says there's going to be a 'Sex and the City 3,' which I'm not: but I would like to revisit them in some way."

Candace - who penned columns about her dating experiences for the New York Observer newspaper in the 1990s, which were later adapted into the show - admitted the characters in the series are important for many people though, so would like to see them return.

She explained to the Independent newspaper: "Those characters are, in a way, part of the psyche of a certain generation of women. It's like the phenomenon of 'Friends'. People really related to the characters in that show and it's the same thing with 'Sex and the City' - we feel like those characters are our girlfriends."