Sarah Jessica Parker

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Now that Sarah Jessica Parker's Big moment is behind her, it's time to start thinking about her post-Sex life.

The actress who never met a funny hat she didn't like is in talks to star in The Ivy Chronicles, a dramedy about a single gal making her way in New York.

If that sounds a little too familiar, this time around Parker would play newly divorced mom Ivy Ames, who loses her high-powered job and has to give up her uptown digs for an apartment more suited to...well, someone like Carrie Bradshaw.

Eventually, she totally rocks her new life in ways meant to both dazzle and inspire the largely female audience this film will be seeking.

If the deal goes forward, this would most likely mark Parker's next return to the big screen after her massive success with the still-playing cinematic version of Sex and the City.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 43-year-old mother of one had signed on to the romantic comedy The Late Bloomer's Revolution (which, interestingly, sounds as if it could be about the same exact thing as The Ivy Chronicles) for New Line Cinema and HBO Films' Picturehouse, but now that New Line has folded into Warner Bros., the future of the project is uncertain.

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