Hugh Grant still wants to make Bridget Jones sequel
Actor Hugh Grant is demanding a better script before he considers signing up for a third Bridget Jones movie.
The actor played rogue Daniel Cleaver in the hit franchise's first two films, and he admits he isn't averse to reprising the character again for a movie reportedly entitled Bridget Jones's Baby.
He's just waiting for the right script.
He tells MTV News, "I've seen some scripts. They haven't quite hit the nail yet, but they will. They're working on it."
Grant also confirmed that his character will no doubt come to blows again with his screen love rival Marc Darcy - played by Colin Firth.
He jokes, "Our public demands some fisticuffs."
The Full Monty director Peter Cattaneo is reportedly directing the movie, in which Renee Zellweger will return as the frumpy Brit.
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