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Does Hugh Grant think his RomCom romances got a happy ending?
November 5th, 2020 under Hugh Grant. [ Comments: none ]


I think we can all agree that Hugh Grant is one of the Kings of RomComs along with Richard Gere and John Cusack. The actor is always the guy who gets girls. But does he think he would keep them? Would his characters’ relationships have four weddings or a funeral?

“I’m sure they were all disasters. Those films were all lies.” Grant told Collider. “I’m sure that my character in Notting Hill and Julia Roberts’ character have been through the ugliest imaginable divorce with really expensive, nasty lawyers.”

In his defense, he did not get married until he was 57. Thus, it took him a long time to find his Mrs. Right. That might make any man cynical. Even one that seems to be as romantic as him.

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Hugh Grant’s marriage started off with his wife getting kidnapped
June 28th, 2018 under Hugh Grant, Seth Meyers. [ Comments: none ]


Honeymoons are supposed to be memorable, but for Hugh Grant and his wife, it was memorable for a different reason. Mr. and Mrs. Grant went to Paris and took a taxi ride. The actor told Seth Meyers on Late Night yesterday that he realized he did not have any cash on him, so he asked the driver if his credit card machine worked. The driver told him, “oui, oui.” But when it was time to pay, it did not. Therefore, the cab driver took him to the bank and that ATM machine did not work either. Thus, Grant told his wife to get out of the taxi because they were not going to pay the 6 euros since they did not have any paper money on them. As soon as the driver heard that, he drove away with Anna Eberstein still inside the vehicle.

Something she is still mad at her husband about. Not only because he did not stop it, but because he did not even run after the car. He says that it was because it was going 50 miles an hour and he would never be able to catch up. Which is true, but she bore three of his children, he should have at least tried to catch up.

Anyways, if they get a divorce, then she can use this example to get all of his money and then some! Don’t you agree?

Plus, didn’t he learn anything from Four Weddings and a Funeral, the movie that made him an international star in 1994? If he did not run after Andie McDowell, then they never would have hooked up and the movie would not have been the success that it still is to this very day.

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Hugh Grant’s sweet words on married life!
June 27th, 2018 under Hugh Grant. [ Comments: none ]


On May 25th, 57-year-old Hugh Grant got married for the first to his three-time baby mama Anna Eberstein. Today when he was on Today, Savannah Guthrie wanted to know how married life is treating him.

He told her, “It is really nice, so I cannot pretend it isn’t. I should have done it before.” Then he added, “I am lucky. I have a great wife. I love her.” That is why he is the go-to Rom-Com guy! He is the man that every woman wants to marry and someone finally got him to walk down the aisle.

As you heard the NBC anchor say he has 5 kids. Three with his wife, John, 5, a 2-year-old and a newborn, and two with his ex-girlfriend, Tinglan Hong, Tabitha Xiao Xi, 6, and Felix Chang, 5. Imagine having 5 kids by 2 women all under 7? That is hell on earth or in his case, making up for lots of lost time.

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BTWF roles: Hugh Grant in The Lair Of The White Worm
January 10th, 2018 under Before They Were Famous, Hugh Grant. [ Comments: none ]


Before Hugh Grant was in Romantic Comedies like Four Weddings and a Funeral, he starred in a Horror Comedy called The Lair Of The White Worm. He looks the same now as he did when he was 27 in that 1998 movie which I will be watching after I post this!

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The horrible pitch that Hugh Grant got to star in Paddington 2!
January 10th, 2018 under Hugh Grant, Jimmy Fallon. [ Comments: none ]


Hugh Grant is starring in Paddington 2, and yesterday on The Tonight Show he told Jimmy Fallon how they asked him to be in the film. The charming actor says they sent him a script with a letter that read, “We are making Paddington part 2, and the bad guy is a washed-up actor who used to be really famous, but he is completely into himself. He’s a horrible narcissist, and no one likes him. And we thought of you Hugh.” To rub salt even more into the wound, they told him the original script the character was named Hugh after him.

Poor Hugh. Even with that pitch, he still decided to do it. Which is a good thing because the critics are loving him as a hasbeen actor who still thinks he is a huge star.

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