Today is a good day.

After performing admirably at the box office, a second sequel to Sex and the City seemed almost inevitable. Almost. According to star Kristen Davis, who was asked by E! Online whether or not a third big screen outing was in the works, “I don’t think so, not that I know of.”

Sounding almost regretful (“I wish it was so that we were continuing but I don’t know.”), Davis is not exactly channeling the general consensus. Blaming the media for hyping it up and then knocking it down, Davis apparently remains ignorant to the indifference that greeted Sex and the City 2 from both fans and sceptics alike.

Deemed to have jumped the cocktail, Sex and the City 2 has since been criticised on gender and racial grounds, as well as for being a bit rubbish.

And with a collective shrug, the world is free of Carrie Bradshaw.

Reported by Steven Neish