That 'Love Actually' Sequel Is Now Online!
If you live in the U.K., you already got a chance to see the follow-up to "Love Actually," but if not, the 15-minute short is now online!
The sequel (of sorts) to the 2003 Christmas classic lets us know what all (or nearly all) of the characters have been up to.
Among the highlights: Laura Linney's character has finally found happiness -- with McDreamy!
Thomas Brodie-Sangster (who played the boy who chases down his crush at the airport) is now 27!
Hugh Grant's Prime Minister is still dancing -- and is forced to admit at a press conference that he fell down the stairs dancing to Drake's "Hotline Bling."
And yes, there's more of Andrew Lincoln, Keira Knightley and those cue cards. And since we find out Lincoln's lovelorn character married one of his dream girls, why he is still showing up at Keira's door?
It was made to support Red Nose Day, an annual charity supporting children.