Screenwriting legend Richard Curtis will return for one more film, his wife has confirmed, but it is to be his last.
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Richard, the man behind British rom-com classics like ‘Notting Hill’, ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’ and ‘Four Weddings And A Funeral’, had previously been thought to be leaving the film industry after 2013’s ‘About Time’, but it’s now been revealed that his next film will be his last.
His wife, broadcaster Emma Freud, has told The Sun: “His next film will be the final movie of his life, because he’s kind of had enough.
“It will be the last film he does. He wants his life back. We all do.”
Emma made the announcement during an auction for two walk-on parts in the upcoming film, which helped raise £12,000 for Comic Relief, a charity which Richard helped found.
As well as his work in the film industry, Richard is behind TV comedies ‘Blackadder’ and ‘The Vicar of Dibley’, and last year adapted the Roald Dahl story ‘Esio Trot’ for television.
Meanwhile, Rowan Atkinson will be playing Mr. Bean, another character which Richard helped create, for the first time since the London Olympics Closing Ceremony in 2012.