Sex and the City: They’re back…again!

You would think a movie grossing £300 million worldwide would be enough for four women. But it would seem world domination twice in one lifetime is not nearly enough. After the success of the series and then the film, there is reportedly another movie on the way.

Prepare yourselves Carrie Bradshaw wannabes SATC is set to return to the big screen once more.

This time however, it will be a true fashion affair right down to the very core. The Independent has reported that the Grande Dame of fashion Vivienne Westwood wishes to pen the plot for the SATC sequel. In the first film Westwood designed the infamous wedding dress, as well as creating a line of pendants to accompany the opening of the film in the UK.

But whether this is truth or rumour, the rumour mill is now running at full throttle. Us Weekly has reported that the four stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis have all agreed to be in the sequel.

A source commented: “Not all the contracts are signed, but everyone is on board”.

Us Weekly further reported that large pay rises can be expected for the stars. The question is though, who will style the leading ladies?

If Vivienne Westwood has anything to do with it, it won’t be Patricia Field. After the release of the movie, Westwood said, “I thought Sex And The City was supposed to be about cutting-edge fashion and there was nothing remotely memorable or interesting about what I saw.

I went to the premiere and left after ten minutes.”

So whether you love or hate them, be prepared for Sex and the City fever to grip the world once again.

**Update***: This post has been corrected

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