Articles Tagged 'Comic Relief'

US actress Laura Linney poses for photographers during a photocall for the film “The Dinner” in competition at the 67th Berlinale film festival in Berlin on February 10, 2017. / AFP / John MACDOUGALL

Laura Linney to Appear in U.S. Version of ‘Love Actually’ Sequel

The Love Actually sequel — or “Red Nose Day Actually”, as it’s been dubbed — may have aired in the U.K. last Friday (March 24), but that doesn’t mean viewers in the U.S. are second best. We’ll get our chance to see the rom-com update on May 25, and though that might at first seem like a […]

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First Look: Cast Reunite for ‘Love Actually’ Charity Sequel

How about this for some post-Valentine’s Day romance? Love Actually scribe Richard Curtis has penned a sequel to his 2003 hit film, and it started filming yesterday (February 16) in London. Okay, so we don’t want to get your hopes up. It won’t actually be a full feature-length film (actually). It’ll only be ten minutes […]

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Red Nose Day Highlights: 30th Anniversary Tops £1bn in Fundraising

Throwing on a silly red nose can make a difference with the U.K.’s Comic Relief’s annual Red Nose Day telethon hitting the £1 billion ($1.5bn) mark in fundraising this year, marking its 30th anniversary. Broadchurch‘s David Tennant sums up the effort very nicely in the below video: Here are some highlights leading up to the big day […]

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WATCH: David Tennant Pulling Faces for Comic Relief

The BBC’s Comic Relief has always managed to convince even the most unlikely celebrities to drop the armor of cool and lark about in order to raise money for charity, and David Tennant has already demonstrated that he is more than game for a laugh. So, as this year’s charity challenge is to “make your […]

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WATCH: Martin Freeman On Shooting ‘Sherlock’

Sherlock fans, let’s face it, we’re all desperately scrabbling for any clues as to what is going on with Series 3, aren’t we? Well, amid some faintly terrifying paintings of Watson and Sherlock “at it,” and the revelation that his head has not been as severely turned by the success of The Hobbit as you […]

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