'Mr Big' reluctant to make another 'Sex and the City' movie

'Mr Big' reluctant to make another 'Sex and the City' movie

Chris Noth doesn't want to make another 'Sex and the City' movie, according to a new report.

The 59-year-old actor - who played 'Mr. Big', Carrie Bradshaw's eventual husband, in the HBO series and two big-screen outings - doesn't think the cast should reunite to make a third film amid rumours a script is in the works.

A source told America's Star magazine: "Chris thought they should have stopped at the first movie.

"Besides, there are only so many times Carrie and Big can break up and get back together before the whole story becomes unbelievable."

But the 'Good Wife' star hasn't completely ruled out the idea of teaming up with film's star Sarah Jessica Parker - who plays Carrie Bradshaw - again.

The insider said: "He might be persuaded for the right price."

Jennifer Hudson, who played Carrie's assistant in the first movie, recently said the wheels are already in motion to make another movie, following on from 2010's 'Sex and the City 2'.

She said: "I think it might be [happening]. Somebody just came to me talking about that. So, if it's in the talks, it might happen. So, look for it."

Earlier this year, Sarah hinted another movie could be in the pipeline, saying there is "one last chapter to tell".

She said: "Timing is a peculiar thing. It isn't a decision that can wait forever."

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