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Iconic Brit actor Hugh Grant is desperately appealing to burglars who broke into his car to return the stolen movie script, in a bizarre set of events.

On Sunday evening, the Love Actually star claimed the thieves ran away with the as-yet-untitled movie script, which was hidden inside a bag. 

The 58-year-old is devastated, having lost weeks of notes and intense work on his next project.

The Hollywood actor wrote:

"In the unlikely chance that anyone knows who broke into my car tonight and stole my bag, please try and persuade them to at least return my script. ‘Many weeks worth of notes and ideas."

"And perhaps my children’s medical cards. Coach Films, Ealing St Mary’s Ealing Green W5 5EN," he concluded.

Grant has three kids, and presumably doesn't want their medical card information rotating around London.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Hugh is currently preparing work for the upcoming movie Toff Guys, directed by Guy Ritchie, which centres around the antics of a British drug lord.

HBO series The Undoing, starring Nicole Kidman, will also feature Hugh's acting skills.

We hope he gets his script back, is there NO DECENCY left in the world lads?

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ODEON and Pigsback.com have partnered up yet again to bring another classic film to the big screen.

On Thursday, December 20 at 6.30pm, ODEON Cinemas Nationwide will screen the iconic Christmas classic, Love Actually.  

With a star-studded ensemble cast of Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy, Martin Freeman and the late Alan Rickman – this is a Christmas favourite for all the family and one you do not want to miss!

For only €15, this package deal includes a cinema ticket, popcorn combo (medium combo with a dispensed soft drink or bottle of water) and one small tub of ice cream. A saving of €9.25! – Tickets are limited so get booking at Pigsback.com

Love Actually hit the silver screen in November 2003, and gained immediate critical acclaim and huge box office success. This unique romantic comedy has become a festive favourite with many turning to it every Christmas to mark the season.

Paul Wren, Commercial Manager for ODEON cinemas said, “After screening previous cult classics in partnership with Pigsback.com, Love Actually was the natural choice to mark the festive season. With so many memorable scenes and quotes – this film deserves another Christmas run. We are delighted to give guests the opportunity to share the magic of this festive favourite on the big screen at ODEON.”

What better way to get into the festive spirit than seeing Hugh Grant shimmy around No.10 Downing Street.

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It looks like the king of rom-coms is officially off the market. Hugh Grant has caught wedding fever as the actor is set to marry his long-term girlfriend this month, according to reports.

The actor captured our hearts in some of the most-loved romantic comedies, from Four Weddings and a Funeral to Bridget Jones’s Diary.

The charming 57-year-old will have to wave goodbye to his title as one of the United Kingdom’s best bachelors as friends have shared that he is ready to settle down.

Hugh and his long-term partner Anna Eberstein are supposedly tying the knot later this month after wedding banns for the pair were posted at Kensington and Chelsea register office.
“This is a day none of Hugh’s friends ever thought would come. He will soon be a pensioner and has finally become a family man,” said one source.

Hugh and Anna have three children together, with the parents welcoming their youngest child in January this year.

The Love Actually star also shares two children with his ex-girlfriend Tinglan Hong.

The dad-of-five has admitted that becoming a parent changed him for the better. Speaking to Jess Cagle of People magazine the Paddington 2 star admitted that his children have changed his view of the world.

“It was the nicest thing that's ever happened to me, but it happens to be true. It's just lovely to have all that love around.”

He added that fatherhood makes you look past your own needs, it teaches you to be a more selfless individual, “Suddenly you love someone more than yourself. It's unheard of in my case and they love you and it's all enchanting."

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Congratulations are in order! Hugh Grant and his girlfriend Anna Eberstein have recently welcomed a new addition to their family.

The 57-year-old and his TV producer girlfriend are already parents to five-year-old John Mungo and another child, born in December 2015.

As well, the Notting Hill star shares six-year-old Tabitha and four-year-old Felix with ex Tinglan Hong.

Elizabeth Hurley spilt the beans on his and Anna's youngest child.

 

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Speaking on E!'s Daily Pop, Elizabeth said of the Paddington 2 actor, "I'm very lucky that 31 years into our friendship, he's still my best friend in the world. He's a really great guy.

"I see him a lot; I speak to him a lot. You know, he's now a father of five; he has five kids and he's a great dad. Yeah, he will remain my best friend for life."

The actress, also an ex of Hugh's, shared more about the newborn on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.

"He had another one last week. He has five," the 52-year-old said of the Love Actually actor.

"He was over 50 when he spawned them all! He's an enchanting dad – really, really sweet. Having these kids has transformed him from a very miserable person into a fairly miserable person. It's improved him. He's gone up the scale."

Congrats to Anna and Hugh on their growing family!

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If there’s one group of people who’ve suffered the most at the hands of Twitter, it’s celebrities.

From memes of their faces rehashed to suit any occasion to GIFs preserving the moments they’d rather forget, it really must be tough at the top.

But as Hugh Grant, Kate Hudson, Melissa McCarthy, Ryan Gosling and others prove in this latest clip, sometimes it’s best to take the Internet with a pinch of salt.

Here’s the tenth episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Mean Tweets:

 

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It's been a massive 13 years since Love Actually was first released, and it's still one of our favourite Christmas/hangover day movies ever.

One of the sweetest plotlines from the Richard Curtis film has to be the love story between Downing St housekeeper Natalie, played by Martine McCutcheon and the Prime Minister, played by rom-com veteran Hugh Grant.

Okay, there was a relatively shaky attempt to combine UK-USA relations with a love triangle featuring the PM, the US President and Natalie, but leaving that aside, it's pretty darn sweet. The scenes where David trawls through all of Wandsworth ("the dodgy end") looking for Natalie's house? Adorable.

So we were delighted to see that Hugh and Martine are still pally 13 years on, and even more excited to see them actually attending the same event in London on Tuesday night.

A whole heap of stars gathered at the British Film Institute's Chairman's Dinner last night to see Hugh accept his Fellowship Prize for outstanding contribution to the industry, and the proudest among them had to be his former co-star Martine.

"Well done Hugh – I was so honoured to be there with you," she wrote on Instagram yesterday.

"It was a beautiful, intimate evening and Hugh so deserves the honour. He is a reluctant movie star – but a a rare gem all the same who makes the whole acting process look like the most natural thing in the world… The best kind of acting in my book…"

Also showing his support was Love Actually hero Bill Nighy, looking dapper as ever in a pair of black-rimmed specs:

Anyone else dying to go and watch Christmas movies right now?

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As the song goes, everybody needs good neighbours. 

But if you're an A-list star, you probably don't want mere mortals living beside you; so that might be why these celebs have chosen to all shack up beside each other. 

So whether it's Elton John and Courteney Cox or Niall Horan and the Kardashians, we're wondering who lends each other a cup of sugar… because good neighbours become good friends:

Ellen DeGeneres and Hugh Hefner

Most people worry about noisy neighbours, but Ellen didn't seem to mind when she found her dream home right next to the Playboy Mansion. 

 

Miley Cyrus and The Wests

We wonder if Miley will be on-hand for baby sitting duties when Kim and Kanye go out?

 

Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian

After Khloe split from Lamar (but are reportedly getting back together now), she snapped up Justin Bieber's old house in Calabasas, California, right next to her sis, Kourtney. 

 

Katie Holmes and Nick Jonas

Katie moved into the plush Chelsea Merchantile Building with her daughter after splitting from Tom Cruise in 2012. But earlier this year Nick Jonas decided to rent the flat next to Katie (for a steep €19,000 per month).

 

Meryl Streep and Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth is officially the best neighbour ever. After Meryl's oven broke last Christmas, Gwyneth let her use her apartment to host a family feast, even though she wasn't there at the time. #NeighbourGoals

 

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly

Not only do Ant and Dec work together, the live across the road from each other. And not only that, they also bought two villas beside each other in Portugal so they can holiday together too.

 

Elton John, Brody Jenner, Courteney Cox and Lily Collins

Sierra Towers is clearly the place to live in West Hollywood. Imagine bumping into these celebs on your way to work! Past residents include Frank Sinatra and Joan Collins. 

 

Niall Horan and the Kardashians

Could Keeping Up With One Direction be hitting our screens soon? Probably not, but Niall might just pop up in the background of KUWTK after buying a house beside the famous reality family. 

 

Liz Hurley and Hugh Grant

Most people can't get far enough away from their former flames but this ex-couple are so keen to remain friends that they live beside each other. "We were together for 13 years and then we've been best friends for 15," said Liz. 

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The journey to fatherhood might have started off late for Hugh Grant, but he is making up for lost time now.

Last night it was confirmed that the 55-year-old actor is expecting his second child with rumoured girlfriend Anna Eberstein, making him a dad for the fourth time.

The English star is already father to two children with his ex Tinglan Hong, Tabitha Jing Xi, aged four, and son Felix, aged two.

Hugh's newest arrival will be a little brother or sister for three-year-old John Mungo, the actor's first child with Swedish TV producer Anna.

Both Anna and Tinglan were reportedly pregnant at the same time back in 2013, meaning Hugh became father to three children in 15 months. 

The two mothers live within walking distance of Hugh's West London home, Tinglan in a €1.6m terrace house and Anna in a €3.6m mansion apartment.

Hugh and Anna did not confirm they were back together of late but their appearance together at Wimbledon in July prompted rumours they might be more than just good friends.

Although becoming a dad came as a bit of a shock to Hugh – indeed, Tabitha's full name means 'happy surprise' – the actor said he took to it all very fast.

"I thought, well, I’ll bluff through — but very little bluffing has been required,” he said in an interview back in 2012.

"Now that I have a child, it is life-changing. I recommend it. Get some."

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It's here! At last we've been given a fresh glimpse of Bridget Jones… for the first time in more than a decade (incredibly, The Edge Of Reason, was released back in 2004).

With the third instalment, Bridget Jones's Baby, landing in less than a year – September 16 to be exact – the movie's producers have finally shared brand-new and updated snap of the franchise's lovable protagonist. 

And – shock! – gone is her iconic red diary, replaced instead with an iPad (though it too has been clad in a red cover).

Filming is now under way, with Renée Zellweger and Colin Firth both back on set in London. 

Sadly, Daniel Cleaver won’t be putting in an appearance (actor Hugh Grant declined to take part) but Grey’s Anatomy hottie Patrick Dempsey has instead stepped up to the plate – playing an as of yet undisclosed new character.

The new film is said to be based on author Helen Fielding’s newspaper columns, rather than the third book, Mad About The Boy, which was released in 2013.

Of course, as reported by SHEmazing! at the time, the movie's very first scenes were filmed at Ed Sheeran's Croke Park concert back in August. 

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If you have a dose of the Monday blues, there is no better cure than Hugh Grant.
That accent, with that face, and that humour… he's every womans dream. Here are our favourite Hugh Grant films to indulge in.
These are also some seriously lucky ladies

1. Notting Hill
Not only is it one of our favourite Hugh Grant films, it is one of our favourite films in general. Who doesn't love a bit of Julia Roberts?

2. Bridget Jones's Diary
We're still laughing about his epic battles with Colin Firth.

3. Four Weddings and a Funeral
It's just one of those classics. If you haven't seen it, tonight is the night.

4. About a Boy
We just constantly crave the cringe. 

5. Two Weeks Notice
This film doesn't get enough credit. Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant work perfectly together.

 

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Ah, the rom-com. Is there a more perfect genre of film? Probably, but none that we care to know about.

Any movie fan will knows the Nineties was the absolute golden age of romantic comedies. Nora Ephron’s scripts, Meg Ryan’s pre-Botox cuteness and Hugh Grant’s floppy English hair. All the ingredients for a great decade of films.

Here are just five of our faves…

1. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
This was Meg Ryan’s second Nora Ephron film after When Harry Met Sally (just one year too early in 1989!) and it’s one we come back to time and time again. If that Empire State Building scene doesn’t have you tearing up, then you simply can’t call yourself a rom-com fan.

2. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
As the name suggests, there’s a whole heap of love stories in this film – and one heart-wrenching funeral scene too. Have the Kleenex ready.

3. You’ve Got Mail (1998)
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks reunited for this iconic movie, loosely based on the 1940 film The Shop Around the Corner. Watching it back now, the dial-up internet and chat rooms are adorably outdated, but any Tinder user can identify with the thrill of meeting someone new online!

4. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
The late Heath Ledger is a total heartthrob in this film, long before his terrifying days as The Joker. We still smile every time we hear Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.

 

5. Notting Hill (1999)
We can’t decide if this or Four Weddings is our favourite Hugh Grant flick. He gets extra bonus points for this scene…

 

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Much as we love Renée Zellweger, the first two Bridget Jones films would have been nothing without Colin Firth and Hugh Grant.

Now though, it seems we might have to suffer the final instalment of the series without the two lads!

It was revealed last year that Colin would not be appearing in the third film – a decision that was surprisingly not his but author Helen Fielding's. Colin's character Mark Darcy was (*spoiler!*) killed off for the third Bridget Jones book, Mad About the Boy.

And now to make matters worse, it seems Hugh Grant, who played the sleazy yet charming Daniel Cleaver, has pulled out of the third and final movie entirely. This must be a big shock to producers, as Hugh's character features quite heavily in the third book, and even turned out to be "a pretty good guy," according to Helen.

Back in 2012, writing began for Bridget Jones' Baby, but the film has yet to be picked up by a studio. And if Hugh's comments are anything to go by, the script isn't all that great. "I think they’re going to go ahead and do it without Daniel," he said in a recent interview. "The book’s excellent, by the way, but the script is completely different — well, the script as I last saw it a few years ago."

Very sad altogether! We kinda feel like this right now…

 

 

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