'Love Actually' Is Finally Getting a Sequel After 14 Years
Because a good love story never gets old.
In 2003, director Richard Curtis brought together a star-studded cast to film the now-famous Christmas drama, Love Actually. Fast forward to almost 14 years later, the iconic romance film is finally getting its own sequel.
In honor of Comic Relief and Red Nose Day, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant and more will reunite for a ten-minute short film this year. As a follow-up to the original story, the new short will offer the audience a look at what the couples are doing in the present day.
The sequel to Love Actually is set to air on BBC One on March 24. Stay tuned.