Sex and the City 2 Official Trailer

You know, the types of movies we here at Screen Rant like to revel in don't always appeal to those without a Y chromosome (read: females). So in an attempt to remedy that, at least for the time being, we unleash upon you the very first official trailer for Sex and the City 2, the sequel to last year's successful Sex and the City movie.

I'm not even going to pretend I know what I'm talking about it when it comes to the mega-success that was the HBO show (it's one of the very few HBO shows I'm not into), and in fact, I admit to never having seen one episode of SATC; consequently, I never saw the movie either. However, I'm not in the target audience, so that's understandable.

But I know there were plenty of people (mostly women) who DID go to see Sex and the City, and you might be one of them. So ladies (or men - I'm not here to judge), without further ado check out the trailer, thanks to First Showing:

You can view the trailer in HD by going HERE.

How did I know they were going to use Jay Z's "Empire State of Mind" in that trailer? :P ...

Clearly you have to be a fan of the show and the previous Sex and the City movie to "get" the tone and feel of that trailer, so needless to say I feel WAY out of the loop. I'm going to be honest in saying I probably won't be first in line to see this one, not only because it doesn't hook me in enough to lay down my hard-earned cash, but I haven't seen the show or the first movie so what's the point?

But as I said, I'm not the target audience for this movie, and I'm sure there will be some of you who ARE and we'd love to hear your thoughts on the trailer. Leave them in the comments below.

Sex and the City 2 is once again written and directed by Michael Patrick King, writer and producer for the TV show and writer/director of the first movie. It reunites stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon. The film is set to hit theaters on May 28th, 2010.

Source: First Showing

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