When HBO's hit series "Sex and the City" debuted 15 years ago, it's unlikely the cast members had any idea of the cultural impact it would have -- or the longevity. In addition to the show, which is now aired in syndication and continues to be a DVD favorite, the franchise also spun off two films, which received very mixed reviews. Still, says the show's star, Sarah Jessica Parker, there might be more "SATC" to come.
In an interview with "InStyle," Parker noted that "a part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell," but that "timing is a peculiar thing."
Parker, 48, also acknowledged one of the main criticisms of the last film -- that the story-line had gone on so long that the cast members' escapades no longer seemed believable or age-appropriate.
"It isn’t a decision that can wait forever," she joked, adding that, "I don’t want to have to wear muumuus!"
However, it's also a decision that would likely require all four original cast members -- which include Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristen Davis -- to agree, which could be difficult.
"I think we had a wonderful ride," Nixon told THR in 2012. "I think it's fine to let it go."
Davis, however, sounded more hopeful in December when she spoke to Haute Living.
"There is discussion...it would be very exciting if it did [happen]," she explained.
Despite reservations by cast members, a third "SATC" film would likely perform well commercially. Combined, the first two films grossed over $720 million at the box office.