love, actually It has become a festival favorite since its release in 2003.However, even after 20 years and cultivating a loyal fan base, the star Hugh Grant Said that he still has a show, and he didn’t like to watch it when it came up.
Grant walks the red carpet at the premiere of his new action-adventure comedy, dungeons and dragons: honor among thieves, At the Regency Village Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, he spoke with ET’s Will Marfuggi about the beloved modern Christmas classic.
Asked what special memory he has for him, Grant recalled with a smile: “Obviously, [I remember] Very terrified of having to do that dance scene. I’m afraid of that. “
“I think otherwise it’s enjoyable. They’re really old friends,” Grant said of the project and his co-stars. “[Such as] Emma Thompson, I’ve done about six hundred films with her. So I think, overall, it’s a laugh. “
Asked whether the popularity of his now-famous solo scene had lessened his embarrassment, Grant said, “It helps. It helps. But I still cringe when I see it.”
Although the role love, actually is the charming and affable British Prime Minister in his upcoming role in the fantasy epic Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves Significantly more sinister.
Grant plays Forge Fitzwilliam, a con man and thief who manipulates his fortune and fortune at the expense of others.
The project — set in the same fantasy world as its faithful adaptation of the tabletop role-playing game — also stars Chris Pine As the charming bard Edgin Darvis.Matsuya Served as executive producer of the projectwhich is apparently the latest news from Grant.
“I just found out yesterday!” Grant said when asked about Pine’s presence behind the scenes. “I never knew he was my boss. I didn’t treat him with the respect he deserved in that situation.”
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues — starring Michelle Rodriguez, Raj-Jean Page, Justice Smith and Sofia Lillis, opens March 31.