“Bridget Jones’s diary” on TV: Zellweger undercover intern, who ended up in the “Harry Potter” films and the other 7 secrets of the film

The film “Bridget Jones’s Diary”, directed by Sharon Maguire and released in 2001, has achieved as much success as the bestseller of the same name written by Helen Fielding: all thanks to the funny story – that of 30-year-old Bridget Jones, in constant struggle with the scales and a little too prone to smoking, alcohol and foolish – and the well-matched cast. The protagonist has the face of actress Renée Zellweger, who at the time had a Golden Globe for “Betty Love” behind her but was still little known internationally, while her two suitors – her boss, womanizer Daniel Cleaver, and the decidedly more staid attorney Mark Darcy – were played by Hugh Grant and Colin Firth, respectively. Waiting to review the film, which La5 will broadcast on Thursday 14 October at 21.06, here is a collection of little-known curiosities to be discovered.

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