Plans for Sex & The City 3 were initially announced even before Sex & The City 2 hit cinemas.
And then it was released to widespread disdain, causing the stars and producers to furiously backpeddle.
Now it's looking increasingly likely that Sex & The City 3 is no more, banished to a Golden Girls-esque reunion jaunt sometime way into the future.
Star Kristin Davis (Charlotte) told The Mirror that while everyone's keen to get involved again, there are currently no plans for the final chapter in the proposed trilogy.
“There are no plans that I know of but I would love to do a third film. We all want to do it," the actress claimed.
"I guess it's just figuring out whether it's the right thing to do and if we can move the characters forward anymore.”
Considering the sequel made only $95m domestically while the original made a whopping $152m, we're going to let the audience answer that one.