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.
A Very English Scandal doesn't just have one victim, it has two - both Norman Scott and Jeremy Thorpe were victims, in a way.
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.
It wasn’t the type that uses a proton pack, but Hugh Grant hired a ghostbuster. While on the Late Late Show, Grant was embarrassed to tell James Corden that he hired a ghostbuster to get rid of an apparent apparition that his son sometimes sees. Grant went on to explain that many other people including house guests and nannies have also seen it.