The U.S. Version of the Love Actually Reunion Is Here – Watch Red Nose Day Actually

The U.K.’s Red Nose Day is in March but the U.S. has adopted the tradition for an annual May 25th celebration. Check out the must-teased Love Actually reunion, the American cut.

The Red Nose Day campaign to end child poverty returns in the U.S. on Thursday, May 25, in conjunction with the third annual “”Red Nose Day Special”” on NBC. Americans across the country will come together, wear their red noses and raise money and awareness to help children living in poverty. With the support of millions of generous Americans, major partners and hundreds of celebrities, Red Nose Day has raised over $60 million in its first two years since launching in the U.S. in 2015, including more than $36 million in 2016.

Love Actually writer and director Richard Curtis returned to see what Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy, Andrew Lincoln, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Marcus Brigstocke and Rowan Atkinson’s characters are up to now. The difference between the one that aired in the U.K. and here? They added the scenes with Laura Linney and Patrick Dempsey. You can donate to Red Nose Day here.

Bonus: The Today Show spoke with the cast and shows us some of the behind-the-scenes actions.

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  • WheelchairNinja

    Hey look, *they* could afford to have Keira Knightley speak! Unlike a certain piratical sequel I could mention…

    • She doesn’t even SPEAK? Does Paul McCartney? >_> My wife was really torn over missing out on some Sir Paul…

      • WheelchairNinja

        Oh yeah, he gets his own weird little out-of-the-blue scene where he and Johnny Depp have a short conversation that’s hard to follow and nigh unintelligible.