The famous film “Four Weddings and a Funeral” received a sequel for charity after a quarter of a century (!).

Comic Relief has been organizing all kinds of aid in the UK since the mid-1980s to raise money for charity. Red Nose Day, to which the Friday’s Comic Relief telethon is linked, is the main driving force behind it. Special episodes of popular series and films are often created for this program on BBC One. This year, a striking role was reserved for the actors of the film “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” The 1994 British film tells the story of a group of friends who experience (literally) four weddings and one funeral.

For charity, screenwriter Richard Curtis created a new story around the characters of his film “Four Weddings and a Funeral” under the title “Red Nose and a Wedding Day”, in an explicit reference to solidarity action. For this reason, lead actor Hugh Grant was once again on set with Andie MacDowell, Rowan Atkinson, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas, James Fleet and John Hannah. Curtis also made – successfully – a short sequel to Red Nose Day 2017’s “Love Actually” two years ago.

The clip below actually gives a glimpse of the veil. Screenwriter Curtis also revealed a few things about the story. “The film came out 25 years ago, and I never intended to write a sequel, but the characters now have children, and through them they enter the wedding phase again. So yes, there is a wedding in it, and a reception afterwards, with all the characters.”

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