Good news for fans of the fabulous foursome: We seem to be one stiletto-heeled step closer to a Sex and the City movie follow-up. “When I finished [the first one], I didn’t have a thought in my head about a sequel,” says writer-director Michael Patrick King. But he says that all changed once the film, which earned $153 million domestically, screened worldwide. “It doesn’t feel done to me at all. It feels like it generated a whole new burst of enthusiasm for these characters. I thought if I could come up with a really fun, worthy story it would certainly be a great chance to do it again.” Still in the negotiation stage, King won’t divulge any scenarios for the film (“If I tipped my head right now, ideas would come pouring out”), but hints at a milieu. “It’s always nice to see the girls in the summer.”