Not only is Parker involved, but all four actresses who starred in the series will be returning to the film: Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis. None of them have enjoyed any big movie or TV hits since Sex and the City ended, so perhaps they're hoping this will boost their careers. King is confirmed to write and direct; he's also an executive producer. HBO is finalizing a deal with New Line to finance and distribute the movie, and currently plans to start shooting in the fall. Are you looking forward to seeing the Sex and the City characters on the big screen, or are you wondering why this adaptation is really necessary?
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