It’s nostalgia time! Get ready to feel like you’re living in the early 2000’s by watching a new trailer for Bridget Jones’s Baby.
The third Bridget Jones movie stars Colin Firth, Renee Zellweger, and recent Grey’s Anatomy alum Patrick Dempsey in this rom-com about Bridget and her baby. The mystery in the story appears to be: Which one of these good looking men is the father?
No Hugh Grant in this one, but at least we get the two original stars and the added bonus of feel-good actor Patrick Dempsey. There’s at least one other familiar face from the originals: Jim Broadbent.
The trailer’s worth a few chuckles, especially at the end when Bridget teams up with the nurse (played by Emma Thompson) to make Mark Darcy and Dempsey’s character Jack Qwant believe both of them are the father.
The first two Bridget Jones movies opened in 2001 and 2004. The threequel hits theaters this September.
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