Speaking to The AP, the actress admitted that she's yet to hear any solid news as to whether Sex And The City's executive producer Michael Patrick King is working on another follow-up to the HBO series.
"I haven't heard anything," she said. "I think that always depends on our writer-producer-director [King] and if he feels that there's more stories to tell."
Although she has heard nothing about a possible third movie, Cattrall remarked that she would like the film franchise to continue.
She explained: "I know that there's a lot of fans out there so I hope it happens… To be reunited after doing the television series for seven years was truly a miracle with everyone's schedule and everything… And then we did it again, which was another kind of mini-miracle, in itself."
Earlier this week, Cattrall was nominated alongside Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis for a 'Worst Actress' Razzie award for their performances in Sex And The City 2.