It’s easy to see why “Sex and the City 2” is hitting theaters on May 27: According to Box Office Mojo, the chick flick to end all chick flicks opened with a cool $57 million in May of 2008.
But Box Office Mojo publisher Brandon Gray questions whether Carrie Bradshaw and co. will recoup their wardrobe costs with the sequel. “The first movie kind of wrapped up everything,” he reasons. “It’s hard to make it into a franchise – with a relationship film, the story is resolved in the first movie. The sequel is superfluous.”