Hugh Grant’s car broken into. Star admits it’s a ‘huge mistake’ to be in a vehicle not directed by Richard Curtis.

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Thieves broke into Hugh Grant’s car and stole a bag containing a script he’s been working on

Which proves, yet again, it’s a huge mistake for him to appear in any vehicle that isn’t directed by Richard Curtis.

If the car in question had been a Curtis vehicle,  thieves would have been completely unable to penetrate its toxic masculinity.

And chances are it would’ve been too busy telling the world yet another story about men tricking women into bed to have been parked on such a dodgy street anyway.

Grant has said that the script contains weeks worth of notes

The star of two episodes of 1985 mini-series, ‘The Detective’ had apparently spent hours on end adding up to 15,000 ‘er’s and ‘ah’s into the dialogue of his character across the first two scenes.

The message was sent to his 330,000 Twitter followers in the hope that the bag may be returned to Ealing Film Studios where he’s working

Thousands of people on Twitter all rallied round and responded to Grant’s plea with jokes about the time he was caught with a prostitute and unrelated arguments about Brexit and nationalism.

A sequel to Four Weddings and a Funeral – the film that catapulted Grant to fame – is planned as part of Red Nose Day

There are strong rumours that if the charity special is a success, a full film will be released entitled ‘Three divorces, one set of renewed vows and an exhumation.’

(Additional Material: Chris Ballard)
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