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Hugh Grant's 10 finest film moments

29th September 2014

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Hugh Grant: the foppy, extremely British sometime-lothario, who has been gracing our silver screens for more than two decades now.

To celebrate the release of his latest rom-com, The Rewrite, which also stars Marisa Tomei, we put together a selection of his best film moments. All hail, Mr William Thacker...

The fountain fight scene with Colin Firth in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason:

OR... the street fight scene with Colin Firth in Bridget Jones:

When he knocks on every door in the street in an attempt to find Natalie, a member of staff he has fallen in love with, in Love Actually...

The dance scene (where Hugh dances around Number 10 Downing Street to ‘Jump’ by the Pointer Sisters) in Love Actually:

The rowing scene in Bridget Jones, where Bridget and Daniel come across Mark and Natasha, before Daniel (Hugh) falls into the river:

The scene in Notting Hill where Will (Hugh) must persuade Julia Robert’s character Anna to stay in England, all whilst pretending to be a journalist from the Horse and Hound:

The talent show scene in About A Boy, where Will (Hugh) comes to the rescue with a guitar as Marcus (Nicholas Hoult) takes to the stage to sing:

When his character Alex attempts to win back Sophie (Drew Barrymore) in Music and Lyrics when he sings a song he wrote especially for her at a huge concert in Madison Square Garden:

The unfortunate encounter with a mountain bear in Did You Hear About The Morgans?

His best man speech in Four Weddings and a Funeral:

 The Rewrite is released in the UK on 8th October.

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