Here’s how the Love Actually characters changed from the movie to Red Nose Day Actually
Here’s how the Love Actually characters changed from the movie to Red Nose Day Actually. See the transformations at MTV.co.uk.
Last night, the hugely anticipated Love Actually revisit finally aired on the BBC, and fans of the original movie are all in agreement that Red Nose Day Actually was everything they’ve ever wanted and more.
Except for the fact that, y’know… it wasn’t an actual sequel, but whatever. We’ll take what we can get when it comes to Andrew Lincoln holding up his cute signs.
The short for Comic Relief checked in with pretty much every character we fell in love with back in 2003 - and it’s fair to say that a few of them have changed a bit over the years.
Still fancy David the Prime Minister and his bad dancing? Still convinced that Sam is the cutest tiny child ever born who will never age at any point in life?
Hmm, let's take a look at transformations of the Love Actually cast.
David the Prime Minister aka Hugh Grant
Natalie aka Martine McCutcheon
Daniel aka Liam Neeson
Sam aka Thomas Brodie-Sangster
Joanna aka Olivia Olson
Jamie aka Colin Firth
Aurelia aka Lúcia Moniz
Rufus aka Rowan Atkinson
Peter aka Chiwetel Ejiofor
Mark aka Andrew Lincoln
Juliette aka Keira Knightley
Billy Mack aka Bill Nighy
Words by Lucy Wood
WE'RE EMOTIONAL. So we'd better have a chat with Sophie Kasaei about Charlotte Crosby's poo lasagne to cheer ourselves up a bit.