So the news here appears to be no news at all - none of the leads have officially signed contracts although they're all allegedly on board, a script hasn't been completed and a tentative summer 2010 release date has been discussed. Thankfully part two will reportedly be shorter than the first go around. No word on if it will officially be blighted with Patricia Fields' costume designing, but we'd guess you can expect a return of the outrageous fashion. Using the term fashion loosely.
No further word on Sarah Jessica Parker's genius idea to cast Britney Spears in the sequel.
One thing you can look forward to for certain is an army of male critics reaming them for being old ladies having sex. There were already many slings and arrows in reaction to the first one that these actresses were too old for some of the behaviors they portrayed on screen - apparently women are supposed to stop being interested in sex, casual or otherwise, at the age of 35 because that is when middle aged male film critics stop finding them attractive.
That electric bugaloo joke just never gets old. Entertainment Weekly reports a second "Sex and the City" movie is within sight of being green lit. No huge surprise commercially speaking, since the first one was such a smashing success, but it is amazing creator Michael Patrick King came up with yet another avenue to explore in this franchise. Correct us if we're wrong (we aren't) but wasn't the point of a movie to tie up the loose ends of the women's lives and give us all some closure after the heart wrenching series finale?