Actress Sarah Jessica Parker has sent devoted Sex And The City fans into a frenzy of anticipation after she admitted a sequel to the movie has not been ruled out.
Fans of the show have been clamouring to see the fashionable foursome make a return to the big screen - after the first feature film stormed international box offices, grossing more than $391 million (GBP211.4million) since its May (08) release.
And the actress, who played Carrie Bradshaw in the hit TV series, admits a sequel to the movie is on the cards - if producers can come up with a red-hot story.
Parker tells she and writer Michael Patrick King will "have that conversation (about a sequel) sooner rather than later".
She adds: "It's all about the story. If we can't tell a story that's really worthy of an audience, then we won't do it.
"We've been really lucky at this point. We've been in people's good graces for a long time, and we take that very seriously. So that's the biggest challenge, the story."