Love actually’s sequel is finally here and we cannot stop ourselves from panicking with joy, Christmas is not around the corner but the sequel for 'Love actually' is! When I think of 'Love actually' it brings back the memories of this Christmas classic that warmed us all in the winters of 2003.
The year 2003 was the year of love and 'Love actually', and now it is making a comeback into our lives with its mini-sequel, 'Love actually', a Christmas themed Rom-com, beautifully written and directed by Richard Curtis, featured a big cast, where each story was linked in some way or the other leaving out Billy Mack and his manager. It was an entertaining romantic comedy which makes you want to fall in love. The cast is charming and the love stories are adorable, the audience was smitten with this vibrant romantic comedy, which is warming bittersweet and hilarious. This movie knits together a number of love affairs beautifully into a single story.
Liam Neeson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster embrace on set
'Love actually' brought a smile to the faces of its audience, to relive those moments the majority of the cast of love actually is reuniting. To make an appearance later this month, on March 24th in the UK, Hugh Grant will reappear in his role of handsome British Prime minister where he may or may not still be holding the office but one thing is for sure that he and Natalie played by Martine McCutcheon, are not just still together but are married as well! How wonderful and maybe they have little kids or maybe not it’s all left to our imagination!
'Love actually' was the most rented DVD in the UK in 2004
All thanks to those tweets that the script writer, Emma Freud tweeted, we know that the most loved couple of 'Love actually' is married in the new version. The pictures that Freud shared were that from behind the scenes of a press conference where David is addressing the journalists and Natalie is watching him and she looks just as stunning as she looked 14 years back.
Sam & Joanna From 'Love Actually' Were Always Meant To Be Together
This is going to be a fun 10 minutes sequel to see what everyone is up to, what are all the lovebirds from 'Love actually' doing after all these years. It’s a sneak peek into their lives and the best part is that most of the cast is around and is able to be a part of it; it will definitely be a nostalgic experience for the fans as well as the artists. 'Love actually' short film that is being called comic relief actually will air in the charity fundraiser red nose day broadcast on BBC1, fans have high hopes for the sequel and the sequel will be broadcasted on TV and will not be a film form, the name given will be 'Red nose day Actually'.
The star cast has Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Martine McCutcheon, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Firth, Lucia Moniz, Liam Neeson, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Bill Nighy, Olivia Olson, Marcus Brigstocke and Rowan Atkinson.
While many of the lead players – including Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy and Liam Neeson – are signed up.Unfortunately, Emma Thompson would not return for this TV sequel. She felt that not enough time had passed after the death of her good friend Alan Rickman, who played her husband in the original film, so she decided that her story would not continue without him
This decision hardly surprises us, Richard Curtis being the trustee of comic relief and having worked on many other spin-offs from his TV projects, we are definitely excited for his own version of 'Red Nose day actually'.