Cynthia Nixon has said she would be "100 per cent" behind a third Sex And The City movie, and she is sure all her co-stars feel the same.
Last week Kim Catrall revealed she wasn't sure there was another movie left to be told about Carrie and the girls, but Cynthia, who plays working mum Miranda Hobbes, told New York magazine she thinks the whole gang are behind another film.
Cynthia said: "If Michael Patrick King would be writing and directing it, absolutely."
She went on: "I have 100 percent faith in Michael Patrick King and if he feels like there's another story to tell... I don't want to speak for other people, but I feel like we all feel that way."
Kim, who plays man-eater Samantha expressed doubts last week, telling Entertainment Weekly: "I have to say, I really don't think so, maybe in a prequel. But I don't know. I think that everybody who could make this happen in the sense of the script and directing has gone on to other things, and I really wish them all the best."
But Cynthia appears to be right about the rest of the gang being up for another film.
Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars as Carrie, told Los Angeles Times' 24 Frames:"I would go back - I think there's one more story to tell, I know there is. I'd definitely tell that [third] story, and I know Michael would do it right. But maybe not now."
And Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte, told Access Hollywood: "Of course I'm game!"