Much-loved Richard Curtis rom-com was originally released back in May 1994
A sequel to Four Weddings And A Funeral may be on the cards.
The much-loved Richard Curtis rom-com was originally released back in May 1994 and starred Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell and Kristin Scott Thomas. Grant won a Golden Globe award for his portrayal of protagonist Charles that same year.
Now, Anna Chancellor, who played the character Duck Face, has revealed the original line-up recently had a reunion at creator Richard Curtis’ house.
“It’s mad that it came out 24 years ago. Not all of the cast came to the reunion, but there were about 10 of us,” she told The Mirror. “It was fantastic.”
“We talked about a follow-up but I don’t think there is going to be one. It was one of my first films, so everything was amazing, but this generation are not so familiar with the film.”
Meanwhile, a TV series is continuing to be adapted of the film. Last year, it was revealed that The Mindy Project‘s Mindy Kaling was behind the adaptation, with the writer and comedian developing the series for the streaming service Hulu.
Her version is expected to be an anthology format, with each season depicting a self-contained story which weaves multiple major characters through milestones in their lives.
It is due out later this year.