October 6, 2011 by staff
The man who brought us the bridesmaids – possibly the best comedy of the last twenty years – was selected by Working Title and Universal to direct the third film. However, the deadline now report that Feig has retired after developing a new writing project, as both sides agreed that “not working” and that the study is after a “British sensibilities” of a “comedy quintessential British “. Production is scheduled to begin in January.
The bridesmaids with a hugely successful Universal bed (and 286 million worldwide in one and 32 million budget), the study seeks to produce a sequel. According to cameoing film actor Jon Hamm, star and co-writer Kristen Wiig is reluctant to return. Hamm is set to star with the bridesmaids Melissa McCarthy scene-stealer in the film by Judd Apatow referred Feig, unconventional romantic comedy.
Bridget again – a second sequel to Bridget Jones gave the green light in August 2004 after Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. Renée Zellweger would be willing to reprise the role that earned him the first of her two Oscar nominations for lead actress (who won best supporting actress for Cold Mountain). Report deadline for claims that she and her co-stars Colin Firth and Hugh Grant are willing to return for a third movie, although there is no third Bridget Jones book by author Helen Fielding to work. Fielding continues the adventures of the hapless Bridget in the columns of The Independent.
With Firth became one of the most respected actors in the country after his Oscar worthy work in a single man and the king’s speech, it seems he is happy to revisit the role of Mark Darcy. He told Empire last year: “Sometimes a third film is an improvement on a second … The idea of ??Mark and Daniel and Bridget in an advanced state of deterioration can be fun …”
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