The 'Sex and the City' gals -- Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon -- have been sporting their designer duds again, this time on the NYC set of the 'SATC' sequel, and the paparazzi are hot on their 6-inch heels. Back in September, shots of their exciting reunion and vintage getups, plus a suspicious flub by Cattrall, had us intrigued. UPDATE: It's now October, a little over a month later, and new spoilers have been revealed in People magazine by the film's long-time stylist Patricia Fields and newcomer to 'Sex' Nicholas Rodriguez. BEWARE: MANY, MANY, MANY SPOILERS BEYOND THIS POINT.
We've compiled a cheat sheet of rumors and alleged spoilers -- from whispers of a terrible split and questions of a husband's floundering fidelity to health woes for our favorite cougar and a life-changing career move by a fiery redhead.

Take a look at a gallery of behind-the-scenes photos, then take a gander at the latest spoilers -- if you dare -- and let us know what you think. Is the fashion what you expected? Which is the most ridiculous rumor? Which spoiler is most likely to be true? Sound off below and prepare yourself for the months of 'SATC 2' buzz to come. REMINDER: IF YOU DO NOT LIKE SPOILERS, THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO ESCAPE!

When images of our sultry gals donning lace leggings, big hair and mesh popped up, rumors of an '80s flashback surged. Now it appears the rumors are true. Patricia spills to People, "It was in the beginning of the movie. Carrie was waiting to meet her girlfriends and she was thinking about when she first moved to New York in the '80s and how she met Samantha and Charlotte. They're all, in real time, meeting to go shopping. And in her flashback time, she is thinking of when she first met each one of them."

It wouldn't be 'SATC' without a wedding, right? In September, Life & Style claimed to have obtained a shooting schedule that implies Carrie's beloved friend Stanford and Charlotte's overtly flamboyant wedding planner Anthony will succumb to years of bickering/flirting and tie the knot. Newcomer to the film, and TV's 'White Collar' star, Nicholas Rodriguez plays a "crucial" role tied to an extravagant wedding in Connecticut. He tells People, "We shot for two weeks. It's a ginormous scene with a huge budget, and everybody is pretty much in it ... all of the girls and their spouses, Willie [Garson] and Mario [Cantone], and another big surprise cameo, Liza Minnelli."

It has been confirmed that Miley Cyrus will star in a cameo role where she'll show up to a red carpet event wearing the same dress as Samantha (Kim Cattrall). So much for toning down the sex factor, Miley. When asked about Cyrus' role in the film, Fields tells People: "That's in the story line, but I'm not going to tell that one." She then shares, "But, it's fun. Miley's a very good character. She's a really nice girl. She's happy and with it! She's a very cool girl."

According to The Hollywood Reporter, English-born stud Max Ryan has been cast as Rikard, a European architect who catches Samantha's ravenous eye. Ryan last starred in Paul W.S. Anderson's bloody thriller 'Death Race.'

Newcomer Neal Bledsoe, most recently seen in a lip lock with Ed Westwick's character on 'Gossip Girl,' dished to Entertainment Weekly that he'll have a role in 'Sex and the City 2' but neglected to expand on the character.

InTouch Weekly initially reported that Big and Carrie would be moving in with friends Charlotte and Harry after losing most of their money, prompting Big to trek to the Middle East for a financial prospect. And in the latest update, Patricia Fields has confirmed a trip to Morrocco, but no specific plot points. She did, however, add, "You'll probably see belly dancers and Bedouins!"

In September, US magazine reported on a casting notice detailing yet another falling out for Carrie and Big, this time due to the recession's toll on his financial situation. Big, supposedly, travels to London for a business opportunity that may save their marriage and ends up in bed with another woman. Upon leaving him, Carrie realizes she's pregnant. SJP has said of the sequel's storyline, "As ever the girls reflect real life, and Carrie's world seems to be crashing down."

Charlotte will suspect husband Harry is having an affair, only to find out he's been seeing a contractor hired to design her dream home.

High-powered lawyer Miranda will be sued for malpractice, inspiring a bold career change: She'll leave her practice to open a restaurant with husband Steve.

In the most shocking spoiler yet, Samantha is rumored to be either dealing with the return of her cancer -- which she beat in the series finale -- or attempting to have a baby. When Cattrall flashed a page of her script to the paps, Britain newspaper the Mirror enlarged the image, revealing a scene in which Samantha spills a bottle of testosterone pills -- often linked to women with fertility issues -- and beckons her assistant to fetch more.

The last legible bit of dialogue on the page is the assistant informing Samantha that Smith Jerrod is on the phone. This suggests that Jason Lewis is returning for the sequel, forcing Samantha to deal with their breakup in the last film.

When a professionally trained actress flashes a page of a highly sought-after script, we think decoy. People make mistakes, but we're taking this one with a grain of salt.

Despite playing best friends throughout the series and on the big-screen adaptation, Cattrall and SJP have been plagued by incessant rumors of endless feuding and butting heads in real life. Well, a recent photo of the two hugging on set has, hopefully, closed the book on those speculations.

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