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Heroines of "Sex and The City -2" Seem Viable as Ever

The trailer for the "Sex and the City 2" movie is intriguing and that will surely make it one of the much-anticipated films of  the year 2010.

The film, set for a summer release, takes place two years after the first film, and the trailer shows the famous foursome (Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte) sitting at lunch, walking down a runway, smiling at a wedding and, curiously, riding on camels in the desert.

Camels?

"Sometimes, you just have to get away with the girls," Carrie cheekily explains via voiceover.

Off-screen, Sarah Jessica Parker, 44, isn't dishing any hot scoops either.

In response to rumors that the "Sex and the City" gals don't get along, Parker 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."

"Do I see Cynthia Nixon as much as I want to? Never. Kristin Davis or Kim Cattrall? Never," she said. "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."

New York Daily News has contributed to the report.

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