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Cast of Four Weddings will do reunion for charity


The movie is on march 15, broadcast by the BBC and NBC, as part of the Red Nose Day celebration.

The actors, who a quarter of a century ago were to be seen in hit film Four Weddings and a Funeral will soon come once again together for a ‘sequel’. They will make a short film for Red Nose Day, a large goededoelendag in the United Kingdom.

All the stakeholders participate, reports Variety. Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Kristin Scott Thomas, John Hannah, Rowan Atkinson and James Fleet will participate in One-Red Nose Day and a Wedding. Also the original screenwriter and director, Richard Curtis and Mike Newell, to join the project.

The movie is on march 15, broadcast by the BBC and NBC, as part of the Red Nose Day celebration. It is not the first time that Curtis is for the good purpose of a ‘sequel’ to one of his hit movies. Two years back made the cast of Love Actually a special around Red Nose Day.

Four Weddings and a Funeral is one of the most successful British films in history. The romantic comedy tells the story of a Brit and an American wife (Grant and MacDowell) who, during the four weddings and one funeral, we find out that they are destined for each other. The film cost £ 2 million and spent $ 250 million on. Four Weddings won dozens of awards, including two Oscarnominaties.

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