Kristin Davis Still Hopeful of Future “Sex and the City” Projects

In these dark days for "Sex and the City" fans, Kristin Davis has decided to offer some hope.

Kristin Davis. Photo by Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock (9174604fb)

The way things are standing now, we will not see Sex and the City 3 in the movie theaters. Although the script was approved for the final installment in Sex and the City trilogy, eventually Warner Bros. canceled the production of the movie. Among other things, the reason for the cancellation was Kim Cattrall’s refusal to participate in the movie. Now, Kristin Davis has offered some hope to the Sex and the City fans. Speaking with E! News, Davis expressed hope that she and the rest of the cast will “figure out something to do” in the future.

“I’m just grateful. I know my co-stars are grateful as well that we have the fan support, that we have each other, that we love each other,” Davis said to E! News. “We still…maybe we’ll figure out something to do, I don’t know, it would be great. I just feel like it’s a positive thing all the way around. I’m sad that we’re not doing the movie but at the same time, I love the support so much and I’m so grateful for it.”

Based on the book by Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City started airing on HBO in 1998 and lasted for 6 seasons, ending its run in 2004. Two movies followed in 2008 and 2010, receiving negative reviews from the critics. However, they were a huge success with the audience, earning $415 and $294 million at the box office respectively.

After the release of Sex and the City 2 in 2010, Kristin Davis shifted her attention away from the movies. She appeared in CBS’ TV show Bad Teacher in 2014, but the show was canceled after only three episodes were aired. Davis also tried her luck in theater appearing in Broadway’s play The Best Man in 2012. She also appeared in West End’s Fatal Attraction as Beth Gallagher.