I’m just a girl, I ask Hugh Grant to stop this now.
And we know he’s no stranger to reprise his roles for a sequel.
During an interview for his new project, Cancellation on HBO Max (featuring Nicole Kidman), he was asked if he would star in a romantic comedy again. His response, quite frankly, sounds like a personal attack.
“I would like to do a sequel to one of my own romantic comedies that shows what happened after those movies ended. To truly prove the terrible lie they all were: that it was a happy ending. “
“I would like to do me and Julia [Roberts] and the hideous divorce that followed, ”he said, speaking of Notting Hill. “With really expensive lawyers, children involved in arm wrestling, floods of tears. Psychologically marked forever. “
And then he LAUGHED before he said, “I would love to make this movie. “
Listen, I know romantic comedies are not the gold standard of realistic romantic expectations, but please Mr. Hugh Grant, don’t take Notting Hill away from me, even joking.
Still on the subject, Hugh recently said in another interview that he was happy to have his “charming leader” days behind him.
And there is nothing wrong with that! We love the versatility.
Go away Notting Hill alone, please and thank you. ♥
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