As previously reported, classic rom-com Love Actually is getting a special sequel.
"And here he is".
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Pictures emerged on Sunday of the pair on set as iconic love-struck couple Natalie and Prime Minister David. "And still hot", Freud tweeted, referencing Grant's character, David, the fictional head of the British government in the 2003 romance.
Fans have reacted overwhelmingly positively to the return of the film for such an excellent cause, reminding us yet again that Love Actually is all around. "And she's still lovely", Freud captioned the pic.
"Our pm is still married". The actress recently said it would be "too sad and too soon" after the death of her co-star Alan Rickman for her to take part. We've been delighted and grateful that so numerous cast are around and able to take part - and it'll certainly be a nostalgic moment getting back together and recreating their characters 14 years later.
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While other details of the short film have yet to be revealed, it was confirmed last February that many cast members of the original movie will reunite for the 10-minute film. Alan played Harry, her husband, in the film. Emma Thompson, who played Karen in the original, won't be returning.
"We thought and thought but it just seemed wrong but to revisit the wonderful fun characters of Bill Nighy and Hugh Grant and Liam (Neeson) and all of that, that's fantastic but obviously what would he have done?" "It was absolutely the right decision", Emma said.
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