Bridget Jones 3

on Mar 02, 2011 @ 11:20 am

It looks like there could be another instalment of Bridget Jone’s Diary coming our way!

According to reports, Renne Zellwegger is finally working out negotiations regarding her role as Bridget, according to Perez, it's been made clear that she won't have to gain weight for the role.

As for the men, Hugh Grant is all set to go and Colin Firth says:
"I think the idea of Mark and Daniel and Bridget in advanced stages of deterioration could be quite fun. We're making a comedy after all."

With the leading roles in place I think we should be hearing more rumours soon…

So, what’s your opinion? A skinny Bridget? What do you think the plot will look like? Will you watch it?


3 Replies

not sure what to think on Mar 03, 2011 @ 12:46 pm

I think they should leave well enough alone. These sequels are driving me batty, and while many studios used to limit themselves to one sequel, now we're seeing 2 or 3.

If I could give them my two cents, I'd say:

1. please please be original, Hollywood. These sequels suggest you've run out of ideas
2. stop while you're ahead. Leave your audience wanting more, or you run the risk of ruining the franchise.

It might well be a great flick. I just have issues with multiple sequels in general (007 is an exception, but only because of the yummilicious Daniel Craig).

will watch it! on Mar 03, 2011 @ 12:54 pm

I will watch it for sure! I am such a fan of the other movies! I do agree though that sequels are usually disspointing! But hopefully in this case they can prove us wrong!

Undecided.... on Mar 03, 2011 @ 02:57 pm

I agree mumaluv, unless the original plan was to make a movie into numerous instalments I think they should stop at one... two if there is massive demand for it. Otherwise they end upushing a sequel out quickly while there is still buzz from the first film and th story is never as good. In general sequels don't do well (and Bridget Jone's Diary 2 wasn't that fantastic in my opinion anyways.)

As a side not, I doenjoy some sequels to films that were created decades before. Or even some remakes... but amen: "Hollywood, let's get original!"

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