But for Cattrall, who played the feisty Samantha, it's all about the "content."
"I feel the most important thing is always, do we have something left to say," Cattrall, 57, tells ET Canada. " ... I think it's about the story, if there's something more to say ... [but] I'm not a writer and I don't work in a studio."
Her comments are in reaction to Parker's recent InStyle interview, in which she teases one more SATC movie.
"A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell," Parker, 48, said. "But timing is a peculiar thing. It isn’t a decision that can wait forever. I don’t want to have to wear muumuus!"
And of course, the money from another film couldn't hurt, Cattrall admits.
"Yes, financially it would be fantastic -- for all of us," she says. "But I'm really about content, and where's it going to take me."
"I would want to do it," Davis, 48, said. "I'm on record -- I'll be on record again -- I feel like it's the gift that keeps on giving. Our fans are beautiful and loyal and talk to me wherever I go, and in whatever country I'm in, and that means a lot to all of us. So if the situation arose where we had a script and everyone loved it, and the studio wanted to make it, I think that it would be fantastic and I hope it happens but I have no idea if it will happen."
Though the ladies may have a holdout when it comes to Cynthia Nixon, 47, who played the level-headed Miranda.