by Free Britney at

Three years after Sex and the City went off the air (to the dismay of our celebrity gossip staff writers) fans aren't the only ones hankering for a big-screen adaptions of the hit HBO series.

Former cast members are reportedly telling Us Weekly that they can't wait to get back on set.


"I'm hoping that we'll be hitting the street soon in our high heels!" Kim Cattrall said.

Seconds comedian Mario Cantone, "I hope it all goes smoothly and it gets done, because I want to do it very badly."

"I think it's going to happen," Cynthia Nixon says of plans for a feature film. 

But details on the flick (which sources say is still only "in development" three years after news of a movie adaptation of the Sarah Jessica Parker-driven series first surfaced) seem to be even more closely guarded than pictures of Jayden James.

For his part, Jason Lewis tells Us he is trying to be patient: "We'll just have to wait and see."

Is it almost time to start pouring the Cosmos? Will we soon get a chance to see Kristin Davis again on the big screen? We can only hope.

We can also hope that someone decides to make a Dancing with the Stars movie. Now that would be flat-out riveting.

Or something starring Carrie Underwood …


by Mischalova at

What would Carrie Bradshaw say?

Sarah Jessica Parker Photograph

Sarah Jessica Parker talked to Marie Claire recently about a major fashion slip up she regrets ... from her wedding day, no less!

"I wore black on my wedding day, and I really regret that," the former Sex and the City star reveals. "I was too embarrassed to get married in white, and both Matthew [Broderick, her husband of nine years] and I were reluctant to have people pay so much attention to us.

Which is ridiculous, because that's when you can relish the attention, when it's natural. We treated it like it was a big party on a Monday night, and I regret it."

It could be worse, Sarah. You could be Heather Mills, a gold-digging harlot. There's a lot more to regret in that.

Parker also confessed that she has difficulty balancing motherhood (she has a 3-year-old son, James Wilke) and being a good wife to Broderick.

"I fall short of being good at both, not infrequently, but I assume it's like golf: You can never master it, and you're in competition with yourself," she says. "With my son, it's constantly learning, failing, triumphing, being befuddled and totally in love."

Awwww. That's sweet. At least Britney Spears has that second action listed down pat.