It is 15 years since the romantic comedy "Love Actually" premiered, and the movie is still incredibly popular.
Especially around christmas time expecting people to get a reunion with Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Emma Thompson and the other actors that were in production.Unbearable
Even though the movie is almost become a permanent juletradisjon for the many, not the Hugh Grant understand why it is so popular.Was Hugh Grant's big break. Now comes the sequel
I don't know why "Love Actually" is still so popular. All look the to christmas, which is cosy, " he said, according to Bang Showbiz.
Hugh Grant played the prime minister, and accounts for perhaps one of the most iconic scenes from the movie - namely, the legendary dance scene from the prime minister's office in Downing Street 10.
I Remember something from the recording? Yes, it was the horror at the stage where I had to dance around, " he says to the site, and continues:
- I suspect that it is the most excruciating scene I've ever had to do. It was not easy for an englishman in the 40-years to make at 7 in the morning, stone sober.Skipping the exercises
It is not the first time that Hugh Grant talks about the famous scene, which, incidentally, was carried out to the song "Jump (For Love)" by Pointer Sisters.
To the website People, he revealed earlier this year that he never really understood the technical aspects of the scene. If the music was coming from the radio in the bedroom, and the prime minister a dancer all the way through the Downing Street 10, thought Grant, it was unfathomable how the music would come from at the end of the scene.
The british actor also revealed that he was skipping away from the exercises:Julesjokk: No send "Love Actually" in the year
Through the whole week until the day we were to record the stage they said to me ... We should practice on it now, and I said, "Oh, there's no good day for me. I have a bad ankle". So we rehearsed never. I just did it, " he says to the People.
today he is proud that he managed to complete the stage.
- People like it. I'm proud that I did it without stimulants, " he says to the site.- Incredibly cranky
Hugh Grant had his major breakthrough with the romantic comedy "Four weddings and a burial". Later followed several giant filmsuksesser, such as "Notting Hill," "Love Actually" and "Bridget Jones' diary", all directed by the same man: Richard Curtis.
In an interview with the Daily Beast speak for other Richard Curtis out about Hugh Grant and his great dissatisfaction with the well-known dance scene.Emma Thompson reveals the secret behind the touching "Love Actually"-the stage
- A not so pleasant memory is Hugh Grant, and dancing. He was INCREDIBLY cranky when it came to it. He would so gladly that his role would not be false: he would feel as if he could be prime minister. So when I said, "Makes it a little sweeter", or "makes it more charming", he believed that he was tricked, reveals Curtis to the site.
He tells us that Hugh Grant repeatedly delayed the recording, and that he didn't like the song at all. The original plan was that the recording should be done to a Jackson 5 song, but it was not possible to get to.
He was tremendously unhappy with it. We didn't leave the stage before the final day, and then it went so well that when we edited it, had it going for good, he sang actually with the text, " says Curtis, explaining that the singing made it incredibly difficult to edit the clip.Reveals new details about "Love Actually"-characters