Hugh Grant And Martine McCutcheon Are Back In Love Actually 'Sequel'

Hugh Grant And Martine McCutcheon Are Back In Love Actually 'Sequel'

Hugh Grant And Martine McCutcheon Are Back In Love Actually 'Sequel'

Emma Freud - Love Actually's script editor and Comic Relief organiser - shared a number of photos from the set on Twitter.

Helmed by Love Actually director Richard Curtis, the film will follow up with the characters years after the conclusion of the original film that continues to inspire thinkpieces every holiday season.

Pictures emerged on Sunday of the pair on set as iconic love-struck couple Natalie and Prime Minister David.

The PM, his wife and the writer who never worked out a good camera face. "And still hot", Freud tweeted, referencing Grant's character, David, the fictional head of the British government in the 2003 romance. She also stated that Grant's character is still married to Natalie (Martine McCutcheon) who is still very lovely, reports Independent.

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Having battled against their spark during the whole flick, Natalie scored a happy ending in the film when she won the affections of Prime Minister Daniel, played by Hugh.

Other photos shared by Emma include this shot of Hugh wearing his arm in a sling, and a huge hint that he's been re-elected because he's just that bloody great. Perhaps his love-fueled dancing got a bit out of hand?

Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon have reunited for to capture the hearts of the nation in the Love Actually sequel. (Vanity Fair speculates the sketch with the cast will be around 10 to 12 minutes.) Freud previously tweeted a behind-the-scenes look at a grown-up Thomas Brodie-Sangster, his dad, played by Liam Neeson, and the handsome Olivia Olson playing Joanna.

Several of the stars from the film will reprise their roles, including Keira Knightley, Colin Firth and Rowan Atkinson.

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