Love Actually sequel with original cast confirmed
Richard Curtis is making a Love Actually sequel!
It’s a 10-minute film, to see what everyone is now up to 14 years later and it will be screened on BBC1 on Red Nose Day, 24 March.
It promises to reunite many of the cast but Emma Thompson is not listed among their number. Alan Rickman, who played her unfaithful husband, passed away last year. I had forgotten that until now and now I feel really sad about it.
In other news:
Des Cahill is not well ‘tall ‘tall. He is enduring a week from hell with conjunctivitis, a sinus infection, fluid on the knee and a calf strain.
He has been told to rest by doctors and has been unable to train this week but if it turns out that he is well enough to take to the floor on Sunday night he will be dancing the Samba to Quando, Quando, Quando. Please Des, FTLOG get well!
Lee Ryan is joining the cast of Eastenders.
BBC producers have signed him up to play Walford's new bad boy 'Woody' Woodward. K hun.