There is a Sequel Coming for 'Love Actually'

Cult classic Love Actually is a staple around the holidays.  Featuring a star-studded cast whose storylines connect through a series of trials and tribulations, the movie has grown to be a favorite.

Released in 2003, the original film's director Richard Curtis will be back to direct a 10-minute sequel titled "Red Nose Day Actually," in partnership with the UK-based charity Comic Relief.

And you won't believe who's returning.

Hugh Grant (Prime Minister), Keira Knightley (Juliet), Liam Neeson (Daniel), Colin Firth (Jamie), Martine McCutcheon (Natalie) and Andrew Lincoln (Mark).  But that's not all. 

Others to return include Olivia Olsen and Thomas Brodie-Sangster, who played Joanna Anderson and Sam; Lucia Moniz, who played Aurelia; and yes... Bill Nighy, who played Billy Mack. 

Curtis never dreamed of writing a sequel to Love Actually, but it's all for a good cause.

Now we'll get to see what everyone's been up to 14 years later. 

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