When we last left the 'Sex and the City' crew, Charlotte braced herself for motherhood. Miranda tired of it. Samantha ditched monogamy for free agency on the run up to her 50th birthday, and after some lavish planning and missed connections, Carrie and Big finally tied the knot at City Hall.

All seemed right at last with our favorite, aging fashionistas. But as Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) says in the trailer for next summer's 'Sex and the City 2': "it's been two years. And in two years, amazing things can happen."

Watch the trailer after the jump.

img id="vimage_2555455" border="1" hspace="8" alt="" vspace="8" align="right" src="http://www.blogcdn.com/blog.moviefone.com/media/2009/12/sex-and-city-2-trailer-200ms122290.jpg" />When we last left the 'Sex and the City' crew, Charlotte braced herself for motherhood. Miranda tired of it. Samantha ditched monogamy for free agency on the run up to her 50th birthday, and after some lavish planning and missed connections, Carrie and Big finally tied the knot at City Hall.

All seemed right at last with our favorite, aging fashionistas. But as Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) says in the trailer for next summer's 'Sex and the City 2': "it's been two years. And in two years, amazing things can happen."

'Sex and the City 2' Trailer No. 1


At just under a minute and a half -- and set to the most obvious choice of music at the moment, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' New York City anthem 'Empire State of Mind' -- the first trailer for the anticipated sequel is heavy on fabulous-ness and vague on plot particulars, but 'Sex and the City' has always been less about how things change than about how they stay the same. And in the opening moments, that's what we get: Carrie, emerging stylish and angelic through double-doors to meet Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and a black-skirted Samantha (Kim Cattrall) for a nice (probably vulgar) midtown comfort lunch, just like the old days.

"But just when you think you've seen it all," Carrie says. "It hits you. You haven't seen anything yet."

After some brief shots of the rest of the cast -- Carrie twirling into Big's (Chris Noth) arms, Harry (Evan Handler) and Steve (David Eigenberg) standing in formalwear by their women, Samantha eyeing up her next conquest -- we're then "Carried Away... Far Away" to a unnamed land of sand and sun, where the girls luxuriate in designer turbans, feast beneath high-end desert tents, and walk, confidently, over barren dunes.

What could it mean? Could one of the crew (Samantha?) have married into Middle Eastern royalty? Or maybe the girls get caught in a desert-bound comedy of errors, a la 'Ishtar'?

EIther way, we'll have to wait until next summer to find out. 'Sex and the City 2' hits theaters on May 28, 2010.