Renée Zellweger Has Hinted There Could Be A Fourth 'Bridget Jones' Movie
During an appearance on ITV's Lorraine this morning today, the actress, 50, commented on rumours much-loved Bridget would be returning to the big screen.
"I don't know. I know Helen's written the book. It means there's a possibility," Renée told Los Angeles-based correspondent Ross King on the morning television show. Sounds pretty promising to us.
The starlet also discussed her six-year break from Hollywood explaining: "You reach a point doing a thing for a long time and I've had some extraordinary experiences. It's time to learn things.
"You can't be a good storyteller if you can't relate to other people's experiences because you've spent so long doing the same thing.
"I loved my work but I was bored with myself. I needed to evolve a little bit. You can only live once."
Renée's previously said she would "love" to work on a Bridget Jones 4. "I really hope so. I do. I love her. She's so much fun," the actress said when asked by the Daily Record in January if there could be a sequel.
Renee Zelleweger has taken on an iconic role playing Hollywood star Judy Garland and says that the upcoming film will 'shine a spotlight on just how truly exceptional she was'. #Lorraine pic.twitter.com/EMYvJqdmJ6
- Lorraine (@lorraine) May 21, 2019
A new novel would be Helen's fifth in the series following Bridget Jones's Diary in 1996, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason in 1999, Mad About The Boy in 2013 and Bridget Jones's Baby: The Diaries in 2016.
The film adaptations followed in 2001, 2004 and 2016.
Despite Mark Darcey being killed off in the third book, this movie - Bridget Jones's Baby - showed the protagonist split then reunite with him, have a baby and a one night stand with Patrick Dempsey's Jack.
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