Kristin Davis thinks 'Sex and the City 2' is like "condensed soup".
The 44-year-old actress - who plays lovable art dealer Charlotte York Goldenblatt in the TV series and movies - says bosses have crammed so many dramatic plotlines into the upcoming sequel it is much more intense than the 2008 first big-screen outing.
She told MTV: "This one is not going to be that long. It's like condensed soup. It's different, and adventurous and rich, and there's music involved."
Kristin - who stars in the films with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon - also revealed the cast are currently working long hours to complete the film.
She explained: "We were shooting nights last week, and pretty much for the two weeks before that. All night. We were not doing a night exterior, but that's how many hours we needed to get certain things done. When it comes out, you're going to know what I'm talking about. I can't tell you right now, except to say that they are huge scenes with like hundreds of people in them!
"And there were more costume changes in the first film than there are in the second one."
Liza Minnelli recently brought the cast of the project to tears when she performed for them on set.
The iconic singer has a cameo appearance as herself in the upcoming movie and decided to sing after she finished her scene and made an emotional speech.