Despite airing for six seasons on HBO and subsequently being the subject of two movies, most Sex and the City fans would agree they'd be down for more antics from Carrie Bradshaw and her Big Apple squad. So when Miranda Hobbes herself, Cynthia Nixon, stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday, she revealed whether a third SATC movie could ever happen. (And the answer was decidedly not an answer at all.)
"I had dinner with [SATC writer/director] Michael Patrick King this past weekend, it didn't come up," she revealed. And while we're going to consider that a maybe, Cynthia then, of course, opened up about the show's iconic wardrobe. "Style is kind of a big word to use around me. But I didn't own any high heels [before SATC]. It made me interested in fashion. I never had any interest in it," she said. "I think that [SATC stylist] Pat Field, who designed the show, one thing that was so great to someone who knows nothing about it... [she taught me] you should totally just mix and match, because you see them going together and they express your style."
But if you ever thought that pragmatic Miranda and free-spirit Carrie should do a Freaky Friday-type wardrobe switch, think again. Cynthia insists she never had any wardrobe envy. "I wouldn't say jealous because there were certain things that one of the women would wear that would knock us out, but I feel like my character, she was an attorney and the idea that she was dressed even the way she was was so far stretching credulity if she had gone any farther into say some of the thing that Sarah [Jessica Parker] or Kim [Cattrall] wore, we would have jumped the shark."
Cynthia has plenty of non-SATC projects lined up that she's more than willing to chat about, but she never tires of being asked about her work on the beloved series. "No, I love it. I love it because I always think if people remembered you for some terrible, I don't even know what, awful sitcom or some stupid game show, like if you were on god forbid Hee Haw. I loved Hee Haw as a kid, you know something like that. It's something like that and you'd be like 'No more Hee Haw questions.' But it's something that I'm so proud of. I remember it with such love and I'm glad other people do."