I could pretend to be one of those Love Actually haters (read: everyone on the internet) and say a bunch of snooty things about the beloved rom-com and its upcoming reunion sequel. I could say, “Oh gosh, here we go again with the most overrated holiday romance of the century,” or drop a couple hot takes about how it’s actually a terrible or misogynistic movie. But the truth is, (oh god, I’m about to publicly out myself here…) I love Love Actually, and I don’t care what you think. So I found the new trailer for the reunion short film in honor of Red Nose Day, kind of stupidly cute? Sue me.
Stay with this one. On last night's 'Tonight Show,' Hugh Grant appeared to chat about various things -- including his new Valentine's Day-timed rom-com release, 'The Rewrite' -- before joining in on a spirited game of Hallway Golf with host Jimmy Fallon and special guest Charles Barkley. Despite a slow start -- it appears that no one really understands the rules or even cares about them -- this game eventually does pick up.
The long-awaited (?) film adaptation of 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' is still trucking along, even though it has faced many obstacles during its journey to the big screen. The film cast Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer months ago, and now it has added a big-name supporting player: Hugh Grant.
Looks like everyone’s favorite singleton, Bridget Jones, is returning to the silver screen for a third time.
Novelist Helen Fielding, whose popular protagonist from the best-selling books ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ and ‘Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason’ and the successful films of the same name, reportedly began writing the third installment earlier this year, but said, “I will be working on both th
Deadline is exclusively reporting that British actor Hugh Grant was "deep in final negotiations" to replace Charlie Sheen on the long running - and currently in limbo - CBS sitcom 'Two and a Half Men.' However, at the last minute, Grant pulled out, due to creative differences.