Love Actually star says ‘s***’ Christmas movie has ‘aged badly’ but doesn’t regret it all


Love Actually star says ‘s***’ Christmas movie has ‘aged badly’ but doesn’t regret it all

Richard Curtis is best-known for his rom-coms, but perhaps his most famous is Love Actually. It may be a favourite of Christmas movies but in more recent years some films fans have criticised the 2003 hit. And now one of its stars has called Love Actually “a s*** film”.

Lulu Popplewell played Daisy, the daughter of Emma Thompson’s Karen in Love Actually.

The 12-year-old famously dressed up as a lobster for the school nativity at the end of the movie.

Now 29, Lulu is a comedian and was a finalist in the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Award in 2018.

The child star recently spoke out on the film, claiming its portrayal of women hasn’t aged well.

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Lulu has since clarified her comments in a tweet, claiming they have been “taken out of context”.

The 29-year-old wrote: “Love Actually was a nice experience.

“I don’t actually have strong opinions on the film. The pod was lighthearted.

“Hugh Grant was kind. Ignore this weird not-news journalism, I didn’t ask for it.”

Lulu also said how being only 12 at the time she wasn’t allowed to watch the 15-certificate film she acted in until she was older.

While remember9ing meeting Hugh Grant, she spoke warmly of the star.

The 29-year-old said: “Richard [Curtis introduced me to him].

“And he said, ‘Oh god do I have to speak to her? I hate children’. Non-ironically. Which I thought was really funny.”

Published at Fri, 16 Oct 2020 12:48:47 +0000


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