Cynthia Nixon just gave us a sliver of new hope that we'll one day see another Sex and the City movie.

"Of course I would love to do it if [producer] Michael Patrick King thought there was a story there that he wanted to write and tell," Nixon told me at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, where she was up for best supporting female for her work in James White.

Sarah Jessica Parker has made it quite clear in past interviews that she has another storyline that she thinks would be right for a third film. SJP apparently hasn't shared "what that story is" with Nixon.

In September, Parker told Matt Lauer during a Today show appearance, "It remains a not-often-had conversation. I know—and Michael Patrick knows well—the story we might tell, if we ever tell it. But the real truth, and I'm not being cagey, is we've not discussed a when."

The first SATC movie was released in 2008 (four years after the HBO series ended) followed by a sequel in 2010.

History of High Heels, Sex & The City

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King told E! News in November 2014 that a third Sex and the City movie is not out of the question. "As far as Sex and the City goes, the mere fact that it is still so alive, and not just on the gym TV's, not just on the Precor, but that people are still wondering about these girls, you never know," he said. "It could come back at some point. All bets are off."

Nixon admitted that she she doesn't "have a story in mind.

"Luckily," she said, "that's not my department."

It was a little over a year ago that Kristin Davis told me everyone was on board for more big screen SATC. She said, "We want to do it."

Will it ever happen? Do you want it to happen? Leave your comments below.

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