Emma Thompson is not playing in the short sequel, Love Actually
Emma Thompson is to play no role in brief continued from Love Actually that is specifically for charity is made.
The actress starred in the romantic comedy the woman of the character of Alan Was that last year died. Director Richard Curtis and Thompson did not fit to her character so soon after his death in the film to be processed.
“The director wrote me and said: honey, we can nothing for you to write because Was. And I said, of course, that would be sad,” says Thompson told the BBC. “It is too early. It is absolutely justified because it is for Comic Relief, and there is a little comical to the death of our dear friend, only a year back.”
Thompson has, nonetheless, have an idea about what could have happened with the characters. Their characters (Harry and Karen) would probably be in therapy, so she thinks. In the first Love Actually-film set Was that Harry plays, their marriage is under pressure as he was having an affair appears to have with a colleague.
Last week it was announced that Curtis is working on the short film, made especially for his charity Comic Relief. Almost all the important characters return and tell how it is now with them. Among others, Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson and Rowan Atkinson make their appearance.
Watch the trailer of ‘Love actually’