Love Actually's Scriptwriter Live-Tweeted the Film and Your Brain Is Going to Explode
She dished about everything – and it's the gift that keeps on giving
Since its 2003 release, Love Actually has become as much of a holiday season staple as gingerbread houses, Christmas trees and Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
But the film’s director, Richard Curtis, hasn’t watched the film since its premiere over a decade ago. While in New York this past week, however, he decided to take in a second viewing alongside, Emma Freud, his partner and his co-writer on the movie, and the rest of his (Love Actually extras!) family.
And, luckily for the rest of us, Freud decided to live-tweet their viewing. //storify.com/peoplemag/love-actually-s-scriptwriter-live-tweeted-the-film.js?header=none&border=false
This is as good of an excuse as any to rewatch Love Actually again, right? And by “rewatch,” we mean repeatedly view on loop for 24 hours. As one does.