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Western audiences haven’t felt love since 2003, but this month the drought is finally over. The beloved British comedy Love Actually is getting a Red Nose Day reunion on May 25, and on Thursday we were treated to the nostalgic and emotive trailer.
Using the same Hugh Grant voiceover as the original (without the references to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks), here our rom-com favorites are introduced as their present-day selves. In Red Nose Day Actually, the gang’s all here…
…Except of course for Emma Thompson, whose tragic storyline was written out of the sequel due to the tragic real-life death of on-screen husband Alan Rickman. But just about everyone else is: Set to a little Stevie Wonder, we see Liam Neeson and his grownup son, Colin Firth and his Portuguese wife, Billy Mack making a Kardashian joke, and Mr. Bean apparently working an area Walgreen’s. Even The Walking Dead‘s Andrew Lincoln returns at Keira Knightley’s door to presumably woo her with flashcards. True love waits!
Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.