Move over SJP, Blake Lively's going to walk your walk and talk your talk in a Sex and the City prequel.

For Sex and the City fans, studio bosses are in talks to tell the tale of Carrie's teenage life, according to the SATC author Candace Bushnell's bestselling book The Carrie Diaries.

Candace has just finished a second novel called Summer And The City, which takes up where Diaries left off and follows 19-year-old Carrie’s move from Connecticut to NYC.

SATC producer Michael Patrick King has already expressed interest in adapting the book for the big screen – and he wants Blake Lively to play the young Carrie.

“There are no plans to bring SJP and the other girls back together in the old format,” says an insider. “The prequel is about breathing new life into the story and exploring Carrie’s first few months in NYC and the beginning of her relationship with an older man.”

So this is how we see it. Blake Lively is pretty much the stereotype New York City gal, and as a young Carrie Bradshaw, she is destined to grow shorter with age, look more like a horse at 30, and became a whole lot more squeaky-squealy?

Yep, we actually can't wait to see what the producers come up with.