Sex And the City
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Sex And The City fans, prepare to squeal in your Manolo Blahniks because there may be another movie is in the works.

Sarah Jessica Parker, aka Carrie Bradshaw, has dropped a major hint that the HBO series which was adapted for the big screen will have its third outing.

Taking to Instagram, the 50-year-old actress teased fans by sharing a snap that showed her in white dress, and a skip in her step, outside Bloomingdale's in New York City.

"Well. I guess the cat's out of the (little brown) bag. As usual, we will keep you posted on every detail as we are able," the caption read. "I'm under strict gag order until then."

The 2008 film, inspired by the ground-breaking HBO series which followed the relationship dramas of four New York women, grossed $415m (£260m) at the box office.

However, its Abu Dhabi-based sequel, which scored around 15% on Rotten Tomatoes, failed to emulate the same success as the original and brought in $305m.

Speculation about a third movie increased in 2014 when Parker and co-star Kristin Davis sent a series of cryptic tweets to each other. During their online exchange Davis tweeted to Parker: "Miss YOU XOXOXO!!"

She then replied: "Me too you? Heard the news? X," and Davis later added: "You let me know when we can celebrate."

In 2013, Cynthia Nixon, who played career-minded lawyer Miranda Hobbes, expressed her reservations about a new film, stating it was "time to let go".

It is not know whether remaining cast members Kim Cattrall, David Eigenberg and Chris Noth will be up for reprising their roles.