I was a bit scared going into it — “Oh gosh, what am I in for, what am I doing? It was scary and exciting, and I thought I should do this, take the plunge. It’s so different than New York — I mean, I live in a house with a yard, where I lived in an apartment the size of my closet. There are Americans there, and there’s diversity in New Zealand, but it’s certainly not like New York, where it’s such a melting pot. Last time we saw Richard and Kahlan, they defeated Darken Rahl. It’s kind of funny, I think we were all expecting a cliffhanger at the end of Season 1, and it felt like we won.It’s actually turned out to be really, really cool, and I’m proud that I did it, because it wasn’t an easy decision to pack up my life and move. It was one room, and it was above a pizza place on 14th and 7th in Manhattan. We did it, and now we’re patting each other on the back. I went to the emergency room last year when I accidentally punched a shield during a fight.Whether you’ve danced around the bar blissfully unaware of the loo roll stuck to your shoe, flirted with a dapper chap only to discover he’s happily hitched, or experienced that heart-sinking moment after sending a text intended for a specific someone to everyone – there’s a little bit of Bridget Jones in all of us.But, believe it or not, there’s a lot to be learned about dating from Bridget, and before she graces our bookshelves once more with her latest diary instalment “Mad About the Boy” we thought we’d take a look at what she’s taught us so far…I tore through and I’ve probably read it a dozen times now, because I always go back and re-read it to remind myself who she is and how I fell in love with her. You know, there was no script when I auditioned, there were just the books.Craig and I auditioned with scenes pulled verbatim, dialogue from the books.This is a precarious balancing act, and it’s a testament to Zellweger’s abilities that Bridget was so appealing fifteen years ago.
They often drank at the little shack bars down on the beach, especially 'Mama Mia's'.
Benjamin Barry is an advertising executive and ladies' man who, to win a big campaign, bets that he can make a woman fall in love with him in 10 days.
Andie Anderson covers the "How To" beat for "Composure" magazine and is assigned to write an article on "How to Lose a Guy in 10 days." They meet in a bar shortly after the bet is made.
In June 2005, a large package arrived for his attention. Daniel (Grant) was delightfully caddish, Darcy (Firth) properly funny.
It was from Renée Zellweger containing many things such as T-shirts, caps, and a big movie poster signed by herself and other cast members. Bridget (Zellweger) was normal, as were her dilemmas and crises. The sequel squanders a tremendously talented cast, none of whom seems to have a clue what to do.
In the 2004 sequel, “Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason,” the screenwriters cranked up Bridget’s anxiety and extinguished all narrative pleasure from the movie: in a fit of squeaky jealousy, she breaks up with Mark Darcy, the aloof, Austen-lifted dreamboat played by Colin Firth, and ends up in a Thai prison after being wrongfully accused of smuggling cocaine.