‘Love Actually’ is returning to cinemas for 20th anniversary of the festive rom-com

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‘Love Actually’ is returning to cinemas for 20th anniversary of the festive rom-com

Words by Staff Writer

Love Actually is making a glorious comeback on the big screen for 20th anniversary bash this Christmas.

Love is in the air, and so is the sweet scent of nostalgia as Love Actually, the quintessential British romantic comedy, is set to grace cinemas once again in celebration of its 20th anniversary. Universal Pictures has just confirmed that the festive classic will hit the silver screen from December 7 for a limited season.

This special anniversary edition promises a cinematic treat with a brand new 4K presentation and an extra 10-minute featurette. In this bonus content, the cast and crew take a charming stroll down memory lane, sharing anecdotes and behind-the-scenes tales that make Love Actually the timeless gem that it is.

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Directed and written by Academy Award® nominee Richard Curtis, Love Actually first graced the screen during the 2003 holiday season. Since then, it has become a cinematic beacon, guiding audiences through two decades of heartwarming romance.

The film boasts an ensemble cast of iconic actors, including Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson, and the late, great Alan Rickman. A true testament to the enduring power of love, Love Actually has become a cherished holiday tradition in homes across the globe.

Produced by Working Title founders Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, along with Duncan Kenworthy, Love Actually is not just a film; it’s an experience. With an unforgettable soundtrack, a score by Grammy-winning composer Craig Armstrong, and stunning cinematography by Oscar® nominee Michael Coulter, this film is a feast for the senses.

Love Actually returns to cinemas from Thursday, December 7, 2023.