‘Love Actually’ Cast Reunites For Short Sequel | Film News
Love Actually is a 2003 major success, English Christmas-themed, romantic comedy written and directed by Richard Curtis.
After fourteen years of its release, the ‘A-lister’ cast of this film is reuniting for a short sequel to raise money for Comic Relief. This sequel will be written by previous writter and director, Richard Curtis, and with the help of former casts members, Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley and Colin Firth. It will also include the presence of Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy and Rowan Atkinson, and aims to show what are the previous characters up to in 2017.
The 10-minute sequel will be shown on Friday, March 24 at BBC One as part of the Red Nose Day appeal.
For those unaware, Red Nose Day is a day that happens every two years. It consists in people across the UK getting together and doing something funny for money at home, school and work. There’s a night of TV on the BBC, with comedy and entertainment to inspire the nation to give generously. Comic Relief, the charity behind this day, spends the money raised to help people living tough lives across the UK and Africa.
We wish the best of luck to this long awaited sequel and to the people that will recieve the help they need thanks to it.
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