Even More Depressing 'Sex and the City' Sequel Coming

New Line Cinema, the studio everyone thought Time Warner had killed specifically to prevent the possibility of a Sex and the City sequel, is coming out with a Sex and the City sequel.

This is good news for Sarah Jessica Parker and her Sex cohorts Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis. The first SATC movie took forever to make, because the ego-besotted foursome imagined the HBO series would give them all big movie careers. When those Hollywood dreams fizzled, they crawled back to Sex work. With a box office of $152 million, the movie version did well. And the Scary Sadshaws will keep cracking Manolo jokes until their facelifts are too tight to laugh. Hey, it beats auditioning for parts.