FOUR Weddings And A Funeral stars Hugh Grant and Andie McDowell look set to renew their vows as they look on at a ceremony.
The actor, 58, who played Charles and actress, 60, who played the protagonist Carrie in the hit movie pose together 25 years after it was released.
Hugh played Charles in the original film while Andie played protagonist Carrie[/caption]
The cast are making a Comic Relief sequel and made a plea for fans to watch the special on Red Nose Day next month.
Characters say their name to the camera before Hugh’s Charles continues: “Request the pleasure of your company at the wedding of the year.”
He adds: “And please, try not to be late.”
The actor played the bumbling Father Gerald in the hit film[/caption]
Kristin in the original film with Charlotte Coleman (in orange) who passed away in 2001[/caption]
Hugh’s character was hilariously unpunctual in the original film.
The trailer also teases there will be some “surprise guests”.
Behind-the-scene pictures also show writer Richard Curtis, 62, speaking to Rowan Atkinson, 64, who played the bumbling Father Gerald in the Nineties cult hit.
They starred as Lydia and Bernard in the original[/caption]
James plays a clean-shaven Tom 25 years ago[/caption]
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Sophie Thompson, 57, and David Haig, 63, were in high spirits for the sequel, called One Red Nose Day And A Wedding.
A bearded James Fleet, 66, is also back with Simon Kunz, 57.
And Kristin Scott Thomas, 58, sported a flamboyant fascinator as she attempted to outdo her 1994 pink hat.
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