‘Bridget Jones’s Baby’: Renée Zellweger Shoots with Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey as her Co-stars take her to the Hospital
As the mystery around “Bridget Jones’s Baby” continues, Renée Zellweger’s Bridget was being carried by her two on-screen lovers/co-stars Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey as they shot for a scene near the University College London Hospital. Going by the scene, it must have been an emergency.
According to Daily Mail, the two striking gentlemen will be fighting for Bridget’s love and as it still continues to be unknown who she is going to end up with or who is the father of her child, when an emergency comes through, both of them prove just why chivalry is not dead from this world.
The two dapper co-stars were shooting for a scene where Firth’s Mark Darcy and Dempsey’s character were required to carry Bridget to the emergency ward. It appeared she was experiencing some pain and perhaps some complications. Zellweger, who was spotted sporting a fake baby bump, completely nailed the expressions as her co-stars carried her.
Looking smart as usual, Firth’s character stuck to his rather familiar wardrobe of full formals while Patrick’s role chose to go the cool way by donning informal clothes and teaming it with a brown jacket. Looking by the on-set pictures, there must have been a couple of retakes as the three of them were seen walking out of the door.
Dempsey is replacing Hugh Grant’s Daniel in the third movie and it is yet to be revealed if he will be something on the lines of Hugh’s character or will he actually be a decent, caring guy like Mark. Then again, if he’s a decent character, that would take the fun out of the movie as fans really loved the hate equation Mark and Daniel had in the first two movies.
Express added that Dempsey had confirmed his appearance by mentioning how delightful it is to work with Firth and Zellweger. He even mentioned that the three would be rehearsing for some days at the Pinewood Studios. “Bridget Jones’s Baby” will release next year on Sept. 16 in the US while way before on 22nd April in the UK.
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