Sarah Jessica Parker said there is a "real possibility" of them doing another "Sex and the City" movie, unfortunately, there is no script out yet.
Parker, who played Carrie, the lead role, in the hit HBO series "Sex and the City" and the movies under the same name, told E! News on the red carpet at the Golden Globe awards that the main question it would boil down to is "when."
"The truth of the matter is, there is no script," Parker disclosed, adding, "There's never been a script. The idea remains a possibility, but when is the right time? I guess that's what it all boils down to – when! So, we'll see."
The second "Sex and the City" movie was released in 2010, a couple of years after the first one hit the theaters.
Parker shared she didn't mean to be a tease and said she had been asked this question before. She said she kept trying to find new ways to answer the question because she didn't want to crush the idea of another "Sex and the City" film.
The "Sex and the City" series, which ran from 1998 to 2004, took home seven Emmys from 50 nominations and won eight of its 24 Golden Globe nominations.
The other actors in the series and the movies include Cynthia Nixon (Miranda), Kristin Davis (Charlotte) and Kim Cattrall (Samantha).
Parker currently stars in the American television comedy series, "Divorce," created by Sharon Horgan. "Divorce" premiered on HBO on Oct. 9, 2016 and had been renewed for a second season on November 14, 2016. She plays Frances Dufresne, a woman trying to make a fresh start in life after reassessing her life and her marriage but finds making a clean break and a fresh start is harder than she initially thought.
The series, which is currently in production in New York, was executive produced by Horgan, Parker, Paul Simms, Alison Benson and Aaron Kaplan.