That makes two of 'em. First Sarah Jessica Parker let it be known that she doesn't think the idea of a rumored "Sex and the City" prequel is such a hot idea. Now her co-star on the big and small screen, Kristin Davis, has joined her in putting down the rumored project.

"Not so into the prequel movie," she told E! Online. "Because we're us and we've discussed our history in the show already so for all of our fervent fans who listen to what we say, why would we rewrite that? And then have like different people with our names? It's kind of freaky."

Earlier this month, reports suggested that studio execs were discussing an adaptation of "The Carrie Diaries," Candace Bushnell's 2010 novel that follows Carrie Bradshaw before she arrived in the Big Apple. Writer/director Michael Patrick King was said to be eying Blake Lively to take on the Bradshaw role in what was described as not an '80s flashback flick, but a more contemporary vision of the character's younger selves. Lively has since denied she'd be starring in the film.

While the first "Sex and the City" movie became an international smash hit in 2008, grossing over $400 million at the worldwide box office, last summer's follow-up ended up a critical punching bag and failed to cross the $100 million mark domestically. Nonetheless, Parker and Davis are holding out hope for a third film.

"I don't think we can pretend to go back. It's creating two histories," Parker told the Los Angeles Times of the prequel idea, but added of a third film featuring the established cast, "I think there's one more story to tell. I know there is."

Said Davis, "I'm always hopeful, and I always believe there's another story to tell because these are these women's lives, so why wouldn't there be another chapter. [But] I don't know if it will happen."

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