Sex and the City is back and bigger than ever. Ever since the shows 2004 finale, fans have clamored for more, so on May 30, 2008, four of our favorite New Yorkers, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda, will finally make their big-screen debut.Written and directed by Michael Patrick King, the film will pick up the story of the womens lives in present-day Manhattan, four years after we last saw them. Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon will reprise their iconic roles, appearing again alongside leading men Chris Noth, Jason Lewis, Mario Cantone, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler, and Willie Garson. During Sex and the Citys six-year television tenure, it garnered countless awards (seven Emmys and eight Golden Globes among them), consistently placed number one in premium-cable ratings, and averaged between 7 and 9 million viewers per episode-phenomenal numbers for a pay-cable series. Those viewers remained faithful through the end: The 2004 finale was one of the biggest events in HBO history, drawing in a record 10.62 million viewers. Now airing on TBS and The CW, the series is available to an even wider audience. (TBS estimates that more than 60 million of its viewers did not previously have access to the show.) And even now, ten years after its premiere, it continues to delight, entertain, and captivate an increasingly devoted fan base. Sex and the City: Kiss and Tell, the official companion book to the series, is in its tenth printing and is available in ten editions and eight languages (English, German, Italian, Japanese, Ukrainian, Russian, French, and Hungarian).Now, from the team that brought you Kiss and Tell, comes the latest must-have book for every devoted fan: Sex and the City: The Silver Screen Edition.