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WATCH: Love Actually Gets A Sequel


Published at 6:34am 16th February 2017. (Updated at 4:11pm 16th February 2017)

It is the film follow-up we have all been waiting for - there is going to be a sequel for Love Actually.

Writer and director Richard Curtis is reuniting the original cast for a second movie.

Among the names signed up for the short flick - Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson and Rowan Atkinson.

Red Nose Day Actually will be shown for charity next month.


YES Hugh!

The original follows nine love stories over Christmas and shows how the power of love connects us all.

But Pirate FM told you there should have been ten!

A deleted scene shows the heartbreaking yet beautiful story of a same-sex couple who are torn apart by a tragic illness.

Actresses Anne Reid and Frances de la Tour grip us with their emotional performance and it will certainly tug at your heartstrings.

If you haven not seen it - this tear-jerker is definitely worth a watch...

One person commented: "They should have left it in. Such a beautiful couple".

While another writes: "This 100% should've stayed in the film".

Either way, we are now going to get to find out what happened to the original characters' stories.

The 10 minute skit is called Red Nose Day Actually.

It will be shown on BBC One as part of Red Nose Day 2017, on Friday 24th March.

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