Love Actually | Official Trailer | Re-releasing In Cinemas November 24

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Re-releasing in cinemas November 24
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Genre: Romantic Comedy
Cast: Alan Rickman, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Emma Thompson, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, Kiera Knightley, Martin Freeman, Joanna Page, Andrew Lincoln, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Martine McCutcheon, Rowan Atkinson, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Gregor Fisher, Kris Marshall, Rodrigo Santoro, Lúcia Moniz, Billy Bob Thornton
Director: Richard Curtis
Writer: Richard Curtis

First released during the 2003 holiday season, Love Actually, directed and written by Oscar® nominee Richard Curtis, would become a pinnacle of British cinema and an emotional lodestar for audiences around the world. In the 20 years since its release, Love Actually has evolved into an enduring multi-generational reminder of the universal power of love, in all its forms, and has become a Christmas viewing tradition in homes around the globe.

Love Actually features unforgettable performances from the most acclaimed actors of this generation, including two-time Academy Award® winner Emma Thompson, BAFTA winner Hugh Grant, Oscar® nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor, Oscar® nominee Keira Knightley, Academy Award® winner Colin Firth, Oscar® nominee Liam Neeson, Oscar® nominee Bill Nighy, Oscar® nominee Laura Linney, Emmy and BAFTA winner Martin Freeman, BAFTA nominee Andrew Lincoln, BAFTA winner Gregor Fisher, Emmy nominee Thomas Brodie-Sangster, SAG nominee Rodrigo Santoro, Golden Globes Portugal winner Lúcia Moniz, Martine McCutcheon, BAFTA winner Rowan Atkinson, Academy Award® winner Billy Bob Thornton, and the late, legendary BAFTA and Emmy winning actor Alan Rickman.

Produced by Working Title founders five-time Academy Award® Best Picture nominee Tim Bevan and six-time Best Picture nominee Eric Fellner and by Best Picture nominee Duncan Kenworthy, Love Actually features an iconic soundtrack, a soaring score by Grammy winning composer Craig Armstrong, cinematography by Oscar® nominee Michael Coulter, production design from BAFTA winner Jim Clay and costumes by Oscar® nominee Joanna Johnston.