“When we made it we weren’t sure if anyone would want to watch it ONCE, let alone re-watch it time and time again," said Richard Curtis.
Fresh from 'Game of Thrones', Nathalie Emmanuel has taken on another major TV role for Hulu.
'Game of Thrones' star's next project is 'Four Weddings & a Funeral' spin-off, as Nathalie Emmanuel's new drama gets July air date on Hulu
The cast of Four Weddings And A Funeral invite viewers to attend "the wedding of the year" in the first teaser
The cast of Richard Curtis' iconic rom-com Four Weddings and a Funeral have reunited for a Red Nose Day special.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE: <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/andie-macdowell/" id="auto-tag_andie-macdowell">Andie MacDowell</a></strong>, star of the hit 1994 film <em>Four Weddings and a Funeral</em>, is set to guest star on the <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/hulu/" id="auto-tag_hulu">Hulu</a> limited series inspired by the British romantic comedy. She will play a new character in the project, written and executive produced by Mindy Kaling and Matt Warburton, which has recast its lead, with <em>Game Of Thrones</em> co-star <strong><a href="https://deadline.com/tag/nathalie-emmanuel/" id="auto-tag_nathalie-emmanuel">Nathalie Emmanuel</a></strong> replacing originally cast Jessica Williams. The romantic comedy series, which is heading into production for a 2019…
Classic rom-com Four Weddings and a Funeral is heading to the small screen, and with a pretty major twist up its sleeve. Hugh Grant’s character, the posh, blinky singleton Charles, will instead be played by a woman – notably US comedian Jessica Williams, who’ll play protagonist Jess. Airing as a series on US streaming service Hulu, and per The Hollywood Reporter, Jess is a ‘young communications director’ working in politics who heads to London from New York for the wedding of an old college friend.
Richard Curtis thought that Hugh Grant was 'too posh and too annoying' to be the lead in classic Brit romcom Four Weddings and a Funeral.
There was a mini ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ reunion in Los Angeles overnight as co-stars Andie MacDowell and Hugh Grant appeared on stage together at the Hollywood Film Awards in West Hollywood, California. Andie MacDowell, who played Hugh Grant’s star-crossed lover in Richard Curtis’ seminal 1994 rom-com, was on hand to present her former co-star with the “Hollywood supporting actor award” for his role in ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’. Accepting his award from MacDowell, who was the face of skincare expert L’Oréal for many years, Grant quipped, “I’m just depressed at how much better preserved you are than I am after 22 years.
Were you one of the people who watched 2015’s ‘Magic Mike XXL’ or even just saw the trailer and thought, “blimey, is that Andie MacDowell? There was actually a moment, probably around June or July 1994, when Andie MacDowell was going to be a very, very big star.