Twenty-four years after “Four Weddings And A Funeral” hit cinemas, some of the film’s original stars gathered together for a little off-screen reunion.
Actress Anna Chancellor, who played the twice-dumped Henrietta a.ka. “Duckface” in the 1994 comedy, tells The Mirror she as well as co-stars Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell attended a small reunion held at the home of director Richard Curtis.
“We had a reunion at Richard Curtis’ house and Andie was there. Andie hadn’t seen Hugh for a long time – it was really touching – and Richard gave a speech,” she describes the reunion that included about 10 of the movie’s original cast and crew. “We haven’t all kept in touch, but I have with Andie MacDowell.”
Although Chancellor says the reunion was a fun one, there’s not likely going to be one on the big screen anytime soon.
“We talked about a follow-up. I don’t think there is going to be one,” she reveals. “It was one of my first films, so everything was amazing, but this generation are not so familiar with the film.”
“It’s mad that it came out 24 years ago,” she adds