Cynthia Nixon Has No Plans for Third ‘Sex and the City’ Movie: ‘I Think It’s Fine to Let it Go’

Chris Noth doesn't think a third movie will happen.
Sorry, Sex and the City fans, it looks like Miranda Hobbes won’t be back on the big screen — or any screen — any time soon.

Cynthia Nixon, 46, is ready to retire from the series and film franchise for good.

“I think we had a wonderful ride,” the Emmy award-winning actress told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview this week.

“I think it’s fine to let it go.”

The series finale of SATC aired on HBO in February 2004, after six seasons. Nixon reunited with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis for the first movie in 2008, and again in 2010.

Nixon isn’t the first ‘SATC’ alum to publicly say ‘no thanks’ to a third installment.

In August, Mr. Big himself, Chris Noth, told Celebuzz that he had little hope for Sex and the City 3.

“I think it’s kind of over . . . I don’t think anyone else in the crowd wants to do it. You get the feeling we did everything we could with it. Who knows, though,” he said.

Meanwhile, lifelong fans of the show can look forward to The Carrie Diaries, a prequel series starring AnnaSophia Robb as a young Carrie Bradshaw.

The CW show is set to premiere in January.

What do you think of Cynthia Nixon’s comments? Do you want the cast to make a third ‘Sex and the City’ movie? Share your thoughts below.

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