Hugh Grant has taken part in some of the most iconic comedies of recent years, from Four Weddings and a Funeral in Notting Hill, from Bridget Jones's Diary to Love Actually. However, it seems that with this last film the actor has some small problems.
Interviewed in the last few hours about the possibility of his sequel, Hugh Grant she candidly revealed she doesn't remember what happens in the film, much less remembering what happens to the character of the British Prime Minister he plays.
"I don't know. I've never thought about it ... I can't even remember what's going on in the movie ... It's been so long since I last saw it. You should remember that. Where do I go?"
Meanwhile, there appears to be no plans in the pipeline for Love Actually 2. Curtis has technically already produced a sequel in 2017 titled Red Nose Day Actually, a comedy short for television that follows the characters 14 years later. The movie that was made to raise money for the British charity Comic Relief, however, could be the starting point for a new film.
That said, from Grant's ironic or non-ironic answer, it seems that the actor is unwilling to take the role of the British Prime Minister again who falls in love with one of his collaborators. Keira Knightley will surely be of the same opinion, who still does not understand the success of Love Actually.