The Love Actually Sequel Is Actually Here
Tune in tomorrow!
Remember when we told you that Love Actually was getting a sequel? Well, it's here! The film's director, Richard Curtis, got the gang back together for Red Nose Day, a charitable event organized by the U.K.-based non-profit Comic Relief. The sequel to the 2003 film is a 10-minute short called Red Nose Day Actually, and it checks in with the much-loved characters played by Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy, Andrew Lincoln, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Thomas Brodie-Sangster.
The film has already premiered in the U.K., but American fans can watch the 10-minute short by tuning in to NBC for The Red Nose Day Special tomorrow, May 25th beginning at 10/9c. (Tune in at 8/7c for special Red Nose Day editions of Celebrity Ninja Warrior and Running Wild with Bear Grylls.)
Keep your eyes peeled, because the American version of Red Nose Day Actually will have a twist. The film that airs in the U.S. will feature Laura Linney, the sole American character from the original 2003 movie, whose character didn't appear in the British version of the sequel. We can't wait to tune in to NBC tomorrow to see what's happened to our favorite Love Actually characters in the 14 years since the original had its premiere.
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Will you be watching tomorrow? Who are you most excited to see in the sequel? Fingers crossed that love actually is (still!) all around.