Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant might reunite for a sequel to their 1999 hit Notting Hill if writer Richard Curtis gets his way.
Richard,62, revived Love Actually and Four Weddings And A Funeral for Comic Relief and now wants to do the same with Notting Hill. He hopes to persuade the leading actors to get on board to appear in a mini-sequel in aid of the charity. He said: “I’m going to talk to Julia about it sometime soon.”
Julia, 51, has hinted she might consider reviving her character, Anna. She dated Will, who was played by Hugh Grant, now 58. But she said they would have to be “the parents of the people that are romcom-ing”.
Julia has said: “There came a point in my career where people thought I had turned on romantic comedies.” In Notting Hill, Anna tells Will that despite her fame, she is “just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her”.
Roger Michell, 62, who directed Notting Hill, said: “Are Will and Anna still living in Notting Hill with a load of grumpy teenagers running around? I just don’t know. In love stories, you have to split up and then get back together again.”