SEX AND THE CITY 2: sequel to cover credit crunch

February 18, 2009 by Clark 

SEX AND THE CITY 2: sequel to cover credit crunch

According to Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker, the sequel to the TV’s series first big screen outing is to deal with the recession and the global economic crisis inbetween all the jokes about genitalia. The actress said that it will be a challenge to make the new film in the current climate, due to the franchise being so preoccupied with money, designer labels and luxury living.

While the cynic in me says ‘The best thing you could do would be to not make the film at all and donate the budget to charity’, I’m intrigued to see what they come up with in order to deal with these matters.

Maybe the four nookie-obssessed lead characters will be out of work, eating cold beans straight from the can? We can only hope.

While the first film was a mediocre success at the box office thanks to the bile of critics and the film not actually being that great, DVD sales were huge.

The sequel will apparently have a lighter tone than the previous film, with Sarah stating that it needs to be a ‘romp’. Well, if ever something was going to involve a romp at some point, it’ll be a Sex and the City movie. Rumours of a plot being included in the script remain unfounded.

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