Love it or loathe it, Love Actually is the film that refuses to die.
For whatever reason it’s burrowed into our collective consciousness on both sides of the Atlantic, and when news of a 10-minute sequel was announced recently the internet quietly melted down with anticipation.
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On Friday, after hours of teasing during the BBC’s annual Red Nose Day event, the short clip finally aired. Hugh Grant, Keira Knightly, Colin Firth and the most of the rest returned for the skit, which Richard Curtis said was to check in and “see what everyone is now up to.” Read more…
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