The person behind the movie ‘Notting Hill’ has revealed he’s written a sequel – however it’s not a film.
Richard Curtis has mentioned that he put pen to paper and created the subsequent chapter of the bittersweet romance that noticed Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts fall in love.
In an interview on the Have You Seen podcast, the beloved comedy author revealed that he had created a slightly unconventional sequel to the flick.
“I used to be going to do it for Comedian Aid… I wrote ‘Notting Hill Two’, which was going to be a 10-minute particular set within the divorce lawyer’s workplace with Hugh and Julia splitting up, after which they each realised they cherished one another once more,” he defined.
Although we’re but to see this dream develop into a actuality, there’s all the time an opportunity as Richard co-founded Comedian Aid with Sir Lenny Henry and has beforehand revised his previous work for the charity occasion.
Nevertheless, main man Hugh Grant seemingly gained’t return to play meek bookshop proprietor William Thacker.
Curtis defined that the 63-year-old had turned down the chance to work on a special comedian aid thought with him.
The author defined that the brief movie was going to be known as ‘Meet Cute’, the place the primary character’s identify was Cute.
“John Cute. Meet John Cute. Once more, it was a factor for Comedian Aid, I had this concept that I used to be going to write down a sequence of 10-minute movies and I talked to Hugh Grant about it.
“Each episode was going to be a ‘Meet Cute’ the place he met anyone, after which by the tip of the episode, they had been going to have cut up up, after which we’d have one other ‘Meet Cute,’” he mentioned.
“And Hugh, who’s, a person who’s 90 % charity, all the pieces about him is aiming to make the world a greater place… and ultimately, after consideration, he quoted me fairly a big sum of money that he was going to offer to Comedian Aid to not do it. So it by no means occurred!”