Hot stuff: Samantha, Charlotte, Carrie and Miranda are seen walking through the desert in scenes filmed in Morocco for the new movieCarrie gets into eastern mode donning a turban for scenes shot outside the group's native New YorkSamantha wears a daring swimsuit as she relaxes in foreign climes for the new film - SJP has said that shooting the new movie was 'probably the most fun we've ever had'Sex and the City 2Sex and the City 2Charlotte (Kristin Davis) appears to be taking motherhood in her stride but later in the trailer Carrie reveals that 'Sometimes you just have to get away with the girls'All of the characters and their spouses return for the sequel - the short trailer gives nothing away about the plot of the new filmCarrie's marriage to Big is said to be put to the test in the sequel which is set to hit the big screen in May 2010

It promises to be a box-office smash when it’s released next year, and after months of seeing teaser photos we finally have a chance to check out what’s in store for the Sex And The City movie sequel in the first official trailer.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 44, returns to the big screen as Carrie and her friends Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) take on another adventure set two years after the events of the first film.

According to reports Sex and the City 2 will see Carrie’s marriage to Mr. Big being put to a test, Samantha having to downgrade her glamorous lifestyle and Miranda quitting her law practice.

Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars alongside Hugh Grant in her latest film Did Your Hear About The Morgans?, recently denied rumours that the cast of the film have fallen out.

The actress told Star magazine: ‘It’s ridiculous, I love the cast and spending time with them – it was peculiar to me to see the scrutiny the four of us have come under.’

She added: ‘We love each other. Could we spend more time together? If that existed in our lives, absolutely.

‘Do I see Cynthia Nixon as much as I want to? Never. Kristin Davis or Kim Cattrall? Never.

‘It’s just not the way our lives work. I don’t see my best friends as much as I want to. But that doesn’t mean there is any less affection.

‘Ultimately we respect each other and we really like each other.’

She also described the new film, which is due to hit the big screen in May 2010, as ‘probably the most fun we’ve ever had’.

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~ by jennylilbit on December 23, 2009.

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