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Bridget Jones in no way has everything under control — she's single again (NO! What happened with Colin Firth?!) and she's pregnant.
Renee Zellweger returns to the beloved character for more hilarity, more romance, and more impeccable fake British accents — just in time for motherhood in Bridget Jones's Baby!
This is so exciting!
Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the most fun and action-packed flicks of last year which is why we're VERY excited for a sequel!
While we knew that director Matthew Vaughn and breakout star Taron Egerton would be returning for more — word is Colin Firth will not be reprising his role in any way (news which we do NOT like just as it is) — now we've got news about the new villain.
Samuel L. Jackson was the baddie in the first one and obviously has pretty big shoes to fill, but if reports are true, Julianne Moore could be signing on to be the evil-doer in the spy movie's sequel!
While we don't know much else about the flick — other than rumors that the film could be taking place in the States instead of London — we're definitely on board with the idea of Moore joining in the action!
And is it just us or are they making all the villains American as a joke on the idea that American villains are always Brits..?
Unfortunately, there is a possibility that the Oscar-winner won't be able to ink the deal as she's juggling several other projects at the moment, including Todd Haynes' adaptation of the children's book Wonderstruck.
Would you be interested in Julianne joining the cast??
We can't wait to find who is the father of Bridget Jones's unborn child — and apparently, neither can the cast!
That's because Bridget Jones's Baby has THREE different endings, and not even the cast knows which one will be used in the final cut of the film!
Renée Zellweger revealed that the identity of who knocked up her character, along with who Bridget will end up with, will remain a secret until the film's premiere!
Speaking to the Sunday Express, the actress said:
Wow, she really looks amazing!
We've been waiting for Renee Zellweger to step back into her most beloved role of journaling Brit Bridget Jones — and now, we can rest easy!
Universal released the first image of the 46-year-old in the upcoming romantic comedy Bridget Jones's Baby, the third film based on the bestselling book series!
The actress looks a lot more like herself — totally different than when she changed up her appearance last year!
It also looks like BJ now has a digital diary, as she is seen in the photo clinging to an iPad! Welcome to 2015, girl!
Are YOU excited for Bridget Jones's Baby?
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It's been a long time coming, but Bridget Jones's Baby may finally be due.
While Renée and Colin Firth both agreed to do the follow-up to 2001's Bridget Jones's Diary and 2004's Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Hugh Grant declined the offer since he found the script to be poorly written.
Still, it should be fun to see the (former) Grey's Anatomy star get into mischief with the cast!
Bridget Jones's Baby has been in the works since 2009, so hopefully Patrick's casting really gets the ball rolling.
But the question is… would U watch a Bridget Jones movie without Hugh?!
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Obviously people were not into Season 2 of True Detective nearly as much as the award-winning original.
Part of the problem — though the cast was top notch — was that we were intimate with too many characters.
We'd like to see the show pare it down to a partnership of just two detectives again for Season 3 — and we have some ideas about who would be a great pair…
Find out our dream teams (below)!
The Oscar winners were so cute backstage we'd love to see them work together! And with their gifts for accents, it could take place anywhere!
The irreverent spy flick not only had strong reviews but also got everyone talking about this up-and-coming breakout action star: Colin Firth!
The film did well enough to warrant talk of a sequel, especially considering its stiff competition. But will its star be back?
In the film,