Diane Sawyer sits down with Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and others.
Nearly 20 years ago, movie audiences around the world were treated to a quirky comedy about romance, rejection, family, the holidays and the energy of London.
Today, “Love Actually” has become a holiday classic and many fans say its magic is still there. For some members of the cast, the movie’s longevity doesn’t come as a surprise.
“I think that we forget, time and time again, that love is all that matters. It’s all that matters,” Emma Thompson, who played Karen in the film, told Diane Sawyer for a special “20/20” episode.
Thompson and other members of the cast shared their hilarious memories of making the film and revealed secrets behind the script for the special, which airs Nov. 29, at 8 p.m. and streams the next day on Hulu.
The 2003 movie follows the romantic plots of several characters in nine storylines taking place in the weeks leading up to Christmas.