It's been a couple of years since "Sex and the City 2" hit theaters, and Kristin Davis is ready to jump back into Charlotte's wardrobe and make a trilogy out of it. On "Anderson" (Weekdays, Syndicated) she said, "It's the best job I've ever had" of her experience doing the show and its spin-off movies over the last fifteen years.
In fact, of all the jobs she's had over the years, Davis said that she keeps the most in touch still with the cast of "Sex and the City." "We are pretty much family at this point," she explained. But that doesn't mean its easy to go and just hang out like friends.
For one thing, seeing that foursome walking down the street or shopping would have most fans checking around for camera crews to see if that third movie is in fact underway and they're about to be a background player.
"People have kind of a panic reaction," Davis said. "It's really odd. They're like, Oh my God!" She then talked about an experience she had with Sarah Jessica Parker where the women thought they could just go shoe shopping like everyone else does. But the public reaction made them quickly realize they weren't going to be able to.
Maybe if a third movie doesn't get greenlit, the women can sign on for a "The Real Sex and the City" reality series which will follow them around as they hang out and go shoe shopping. It would make a good companion for that prequel series, "The Carrie Diaries," heading to The CW.
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