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After 12 years, Bridget Jones is back

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>> So you have no idea which of us is the father.>> After 12 years Bridget is back with another love triangle. Renee Zellweger putting on her unique British accent for a third time in Bridget Jone's Baby.>> Ding Dong.>> This time in her 40's single again, but pregnant and trying to figure out who the father is.
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Colin Firth's, Mark Darcy, or new love interest, played by Grey's Anatomy's Patrick Dempsey.>> Can't go back, and keep making same mistakes.
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I'm pregnant.
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When I can make new ones. The film has been highly anticipated by fans, but it's also been a welcome reunion for the cast.
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>> I missed all these people, and I don't think I knew how much I had, until we all saw each other. I think that was a funny thing when we met, and people would see that combination. And that person would look over, and see those people back together again.
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And everyone would blush slightly.>> This was pretty good motivation, the character that I love, with the people that I love. Plus, Patrick Dempsey and Emma Thompson, that's a pretty good reason to go make a movie.>> The film has a very different storyline, to the third book, written by Helen Fielding, and fresh additions to the casts.
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The producer, Sharon Maguire, hopes Bridget Jones can still capture as many hearts as she used to.>> God!>> I've been very nervous about the pressure for it to succeed, and whether it'd be funny and whether it would work, and whether she's still relevant. And of course, I think it is funny and I think it is still relevant.
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But we've got to let audiences decide that. But I think there's an enduring love for this character.