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'Love Actually 2' Trailer Takes Amusing Look at Where They Are Now

By Morgan Chilson   |   Thursday, 12 Dec 2013 06:21 PM

Just in time for the holidays, a movie trailer parody for “Love Actually 2” offers fans a creative and hilarious update on where their favorite characters are now.

Uploaded to YouTube by Official Comedy, the snapshot of the “Love Actually” characters blends their subsequent projects into a laughable life for each.

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Take Andrew Lincoln, for instance. Known for professing his love via huge flash cards in the 2003 movie, he’s now killing zombies and trying to find his wife (on “Walking Dead”). Bill Nighy, a past-his-prime pop singer, became a zombie, chowing down on anyone he could catch. Liam Neeson, who played dad to lovestruck kid Sam, is tracking down a kidnapper a la "Taken."

As E! said in its headline about the parody that shows what everyone is doing, “Hint: Most of Them Are Killing Stuff.”

E! nicely laid out each character from the trailer and where he or she ended up, in case viewers have a difficult time following the snappy video.

Uploaded to YouTube just two days ago, the trailer already has more than 192,000 hits.

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“Love Actually” fans are actually pretty in love with the trailer. And so are some people who weren’t in love with the original.

“If there is anyone you know who won't stop going on and on and on and on and on and on an- okay, that's six "on's", just add a few hundred more -- about the original movie "Love Actually" (two words or one?), . . . YOUR REVENGE IS HERE!! I'm sending the link to my parents ASAP!!! BWA HA HA HA HA!!!” wrote one YouTube commenter.



Some fans of the blockbuster movie are wishing the idea of a “Love Actually 2” was real.



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