Kim CattrallandCynthia Nixonmay be meh about reprising yet again the roles that made them icons -Samantha JonesandMiranda Hobbes- butKristin Davisis still angling for another chance to putCharlotte York Goldenblattback on the big screen.
"I don't think (a thirdSex and the Cityfilm) is a pipe dream," Davis tellsHaute Living Los Angelesmagazine. "There is discussion. People talk about it amongst the people who are the players, but I don't know if it will come together. It would be very exciting if it did."
And she's willing to rally her less-than-eager co-stars to make it happen. "I'm going to have a little talk with Cynthia the next time I see her!" she says. Nixon has said she thinks "it's fine to let (the franchise) go."
FutureSexaside, the 48-year-old Davis confesses she's almost swapped her craft for a cause she's grown passionate about: aiding endangered African elephants.
"I really want to quit acting and move (to Kenya), but they're telling me that I can't because they need me to be famous so people will listen to me," she says, laughing. "They" are leaders of theDavid Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, an elephant and rhino rehabilitation center Davis works with.