Will Carrie Bradshaw rise yet again? Maybe, if Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker has any say in the matter. It's been almost a decade since the actress' hit HBO series went off the air -- and three years since the critically panned second movie was released in theaters -- but Parker, 48, isn't ready to hang up her Manolos just yet.
Speaking to Extra's A.J. Calloway at the AOL NewFronts on Tuesday, April 30, the Glee guest star said she thinks there's enough juice in the SATC franchise for a third film. "I've been saying...there is one story left to tell," she teased. "If it is, in fact, the right time and the right place, maybe we should tell it."
"It would be wonderful," she mused of a follow-up to 2010's Sex and the City 2, which found Carrie and her three best girlfriends (played by Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, and Kim Cattrall) on a luxury vacation to Abu Dhabi. "It's fun to ponder."
For now, though, the mom-of-three is focused on another passion project: her new digital series, City Ballet, which she describes as a "docu-series" about young dancers.
"My daughters love ballet," she said of twins Marion and Tabitha, 3. (The actress and husband Matthew Broderick also have a son, James Wilkie, 10.) "They dance all day long. They're going to start taking proper ballet classes next year. We go to the ballet, and they pretend they're ballerinas."
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