‘Sex And The City 3’ Happening? Willie Garson Wants One But Don’t Know If It Can Happen
Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch, Carrie Brandshow’s gay best friend on “Sex and The City,” would like a third movie adaptation for the TV show. However, he’s not sure if this has any possibility of happening.
Garson told the press that he would love to reunite with his former cast members — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis. However, there have been no discussions between him and the girls. He believes that fans of the show would still want a third movie.
“What we made tells a great story that has been told and I think if there is more story to be told either we will or we just won’t be able to. Who knows?” he said per Female First. Garson also believes the show lives on reruns because of the great stories about these women. “They are about love and human interaction and they will live on because of that,”
“Sex and the City” ran for six seasons on HBO, from 1998 to 2004, and raked awards at the Emmys. A few years after its cancellation, a film version was adopted in 2008, which was a mild box office success. The movie spawned a sequel that was heavily panned by critics in 2010. The girls decided to retire the story altogether at that time.