"We'll call time when there are no stories left to tell and that's really the writer Michael Patrick King's call," the Sun quoted her as saying. However, she urged caution in future films. "The great thing about the Sex and the City series was that we didn't stay too long," she said. "The fact that we've had this second life is amazing. But I'd hate for people to think, Oh my god, there's another one out there," she added.
And Cattrall, who plays man-eater Samantha in the TV series and spin-off movies, reckons Sex and the City 2 will be even more exciting than the first. "It's riotous, crazy, a romp - and in these difficult times people want to have fun," she said.