Love Actually. Image shows from L to R: David, The Prime Minister (Hugh Grant), Natalie (Martine McCutcheon). Copyright: Working Title Films.

Love Actually

2003 British comedy film about various relationships. Stars Alan Rickman, Olivia Olson, Bill Nighy, Colin Firth, Emma Thompson and others.

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Our love-hate relationship with Xmas movie schmaltz

Cheesy, sentimental and ridiculous: festive films' creators and stars including Joanna Page and Kristin Davis explain their enduring appeal.

Jessica Barrett, i Newspaper, 13th November 2019

Four times Richard Curtis sanitised Britain

The Love Actually director is worried that Netflix is presenting a distorted vision of the UK. He knows a thing or two about that, as these examples show.

Stuart Heritage, The Guardian, 14th October 2019

Rodrigo Santoro was almost in Love Actually reunion

Westworld's Rodrigo Santoro has revealed that he was asked to reprise his role as Karl alongside Laura Linney - and he says he doesn't agree with criticism of his character.

Radio Times, 21st April 2018

Love Actually stars' huge secret exposed

Love Actually may have been released almost 15 years ago, but this lesser-known fact about Keira Knightley and her co-star Thomas Brodie-Sangster has stunned fans.

Jess Sheldon, The Daily Express, 13th February 2018

37 Love Actually film secrets you probably didn't know

It's time to watch Love Actually for the millionth time. The film hit the big screen in November 14 years ago and captured everyone's hearts, but how much do you actually know about it?

Jo-Anne Rowney, The Mirror, 23rd December 2017

What killed the romcom? It was Love, Actually

Richard Curtis's sexist, saccharine turkey is being recooked at a time when TV romance is far superior. May it teach filmmakers to aim higher.

Hadley Freeman, The Guardian, 21st March 2017

Richard Curtis on the Love Actually sequel

"It's very strange and sad that Alan Rickman can't be with us"

Sarah Doran, Radio Times, 14th March 2017

Behind the scenes of Comic Relief's Love Actually

Richard Curtis has reunited stars of his soppy film favourite for Red Nose Day Actually. Will it be happy endings all round? Warning: spoiler.

Tom Lamont, The Guardian, 12th March 2017

Love Actually set snaps give away more than you realise

Love Actually is back for a short - but sweet - sequel this Red Nose Day . We've already seen set snaps of Red Nose Day Actually thanks to Emma Freud, project director and wife of Richard Curtis, the man behind the original movie. At first glance the photos show Hugh Grant back in action, in No 10 Downing Street, but on closer inspection they reveal a few wonderful, and weird, facts about the upcoming sequel.

The Mirror, 6th March 2017

Emma Thompson: 'Too soon' to do Love Actually sequel

Emma Thompson has spoken for the first time about why she isn't taking part in the upcoming Love Actually sequel. She says it is too soon after Alan Rickman's death to revisit her character.

BBC News, 24th February 2017