Sex And The City 2 trailer hits the internet
Wednesday 23 December 2009
Sarah Jessica Parker has promised "amazing things" for the sequel to Sex And The City: The Movie.
"It's been two years, and in two years, amazing things can happen - things you never thought would happen in a million years," she says in the trailer for the film.
Sarah Jessica - who plays New York columnist Carrie Bradshaw - teased: "But just when you think you've seen it all, it hits you - you haven't seen anything yet."
The trailer, featuring a montage of New York landmarks and set to Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' hit Empire State Of Mind, sees Carrie stepping out of the New York home she shares with Big (Chris Noth) in a white dress and sunglasses, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) embracing motherhood with her daughter, and Samantha (Kim Cattrall) chatting up a younger-looking suave guy.
"Sometimes you just have to get away with the girls," Sarah Jessica added.
The girls look like they have a trip to remember in the sequel - with scenes flashing back to the past, and scenes set in Morocco.
There's also a wedding - but whose could it be?
Sex And The City 2 will be released on May 28 2010.
Source: The Belfast Telegraph
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