Hugh Grant last night (local time) on Twitter a desperate appeal launched after earlier in the day a script, where the British actor to say that weeks was working on, was stolen from his car.
The thief broke into the car of Grant and barn – in addition to some other stuff – among other valuable notes with ideas where the ‘Paddington 2’star for several weeks, had been brooding.
In an attempt to get his script to win back launched the actor last night a call: “In the unlikely event that someone the person would know that today my car into and my bag stolen; convince that person please to me, at least, my script return. It contains many weeks of notes and ideas. And maybe the medical chips of my children.”
In november last year, the recordings started for ‘Toff Guys,” a crime drama from Guy Ritchie. Grant is part of a cast with, among others, Matthew McConaughey, Henry Golding, Colin Farrell and Charlie Hunnam. He appears soon in a sequel of ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’. That reunion is a short film, in which Rowan Atkinson plays a role, and will be 25 years after the original comedy on the world to be released. In the United Kingdom the film is programmed on 15 march 2019 on BBC1.