- “Truly love” is a popular Christmas romantic comedy which was released in 2003.
- The lake where Colin Firth’s character loses his script is actually less than 12 inches deep.
- The surprise wedding singers in the movie were inspired by the Muppets at Jim Henson’s funeral.
“Love Actually” has a sequel which is 10 minutes long and it only includes a handful of the original characters.
Created to red nose dayThe film was produced for charity in 2017 and reveals what some of your favorite characters have been up to over the years.
And, according to Digital Spy, the UK and US got slightly different versions of the sequel.
Before I was Bilbo Baggins and the famous Dr. John Watson, martin freeman he played a porn stand-in named John in “Love Actually.”
Technically, this movie was his third feature film project since he launched his career in 1997.
According to a Phase 9 interview with Firththe actor was the first to film his roles and although he thought the script was fantastic, he was worried about the director. richard curtis succeeding, especially since he was also the writer.
Of course, he was proven wrong, as the movie has gone on to make almost $250 million worldwide, according to BoxOfficeMojo.
Olson she played Joanna, Sam’s crush in the film, but has since moved into voice acting.
she is voiced a plethora of characters including Marceline the Vampire Queen in “Adventure Time,” Bliss in “The Powerpuff Girls,” and Vanessa Doofenshmirtz in “Phineas and Ferb.”
Thompson said she used her own heartbreak as fuel while filming the scene where her character discovers her husband’s affair.
Thompson had also dealt with infidelity in her marriage to Kenneth Branagh and he said in a 2018 interview with The Telegraph that he channeled those same emotions into the iconic scene, which is perhaps why the pain felt so tangible to some viewers.
Curtis said his inspiration for the surprise wedding singers in the movie came from Jim Henson Funeral, where puppeteers who had worked with Henson brought the Muppets to the ceremony and wowed the guests by performing a song dedicated to the late creator.
“So what happened was there was a huge audience of people and then all of a sudden there was an audience full of Muppets singing together,” Curtis told Montclair Film in 2016. “So that’s where I got this idea everyone bringing their instruments and playing”.
Curtis also told Montclair Film that the team went into hiding and filmed people at the airport for authentic and candid B-roll footage.
When they recorded something they liked, they got permission to use people’s clips in it.
Curtis also told Montclair Film that the famous lake that Jamie (Firth) and Jamie’s girlfriend (Sienna Lúcia Moniz) jump into was actually very shallow. about 11 inches deep.
“Nobody surveyed the depth of the lake, so you see them kind of lying around pretending to be swimming,” the director shared, explaining that Firth and Moniz had to get down on their knees and pretend to be reeling because of Jamie’s missing script.
Although her character, Juliet, was playing an adult who was marrying and settling down in the film, knightley I was 18 years old when he filmed “Love Actually”.“
Interestingly, co-star Brodie-Sangster, who played a schoolboy much younger than Juliet, I was 13 years old when the movie was filmed —only five years younger than Knightley.
brodie sangster she had to learn to play the drums for her role because her character learns to play to impress her crush.
Fortunately for Brodie-Sangster, his father is a drummer and he taught him to master the drums.
Playing the Prime Minister and the President of the US, respectively, Grant reportedly messed with Thornton on set.
Thornton previously told The New York Times about his fear of antique furniture and, according to the New Zealand Herald, Grant often went out of his way to point out antiques to Thornton while on the film set.
In the 2022 reunion of “Love Actually” with ABC News’ Diane SawyerCurtis talked about the memorable scene in which Grant dances to “Jump” by the Pointer Sisters.
Curtis said that Grant was “grumpy” the day he had to film it and was trying to snap out of it.
“He kept saying ‘no,'” the director said. “I think he expected me to get sick or something and we’d be like, ‘Oh well, too bad, we’re going to have to lose that dance sequence.’ “