Andrew Lincoln will be returning to play the role of Mark in the mini sequel of 2003's romantic comedy "Love Actually" alongside Juliet played by Keira Knightley. The "Walking Dead" actor will be taking a break from beheading zombies and shoot for the short movie titled "Red Nose Day Actually" written and directed by Richard Curtis, who directed the first movie as well.
Emma Freud, who wrote the script of the original film and the producer of the sequel, shared some feel-good photos of Lincoln's on her Twitter account from the sets of the much-anticipated sequel, which is being made for the charity. According to Digital Spy, Mark is not alone, as his best friend Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) is armed with him, who eventually got over Mark's heart-beating love confession for his wife, Juliet.
The pictures also showed Andrew Lincoln and Keira Knightley together on the sets, with a caption, "At least someone thinks Andrew Lincoln is funny. Keira Knightley more beautiful than ever," reports Mirror.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lincoln confirmed that he is shooting something in March and it's going to be really great seeing everyone again. "It's very exciting and cool thing," said the 43-year-old actor.
Earlier this week, Emma revealed on her social media that Hugh Grant will also reprise his role of British Prime Minister David, who is still married to the beautiful Natalie (Martin McCutcheon). Along with that, almost all the cast members will be returning for the special sequel, except Emma Thompson following the death of actor Alan Rickman, who played the role of her husband.
Fans are certainly eagerly waiting for the movie and see their beloved stars in the sequel of one of the most loved romantic comedies ever. Red Nose Day Actually is stated to release on BBC One on 24 March.
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