Love Actually director Richard Curtis on the one thing he would change about the iconic movie 2 months ago

Love Actually director Richard Curtis on the one thing he would change about the iconic movie

Love Actually director Richard Curtis has revealed the one thing he would change about the movie.

The 2003 film has become one of the most beloved Christmas movies - and, if we're being totally honest, it is one of those movies that we will never get enough of.

But it turns out that the director has one thing in particular that Curtis would change, if given the chance.

"That’s a really difficult question," he told Metro at the Global Citizen Awards. "I think the naked people should be wearing more clothes."

The 'naked people' in question being John and Judy, played by Martin Freeman and Joanna Page, who meet while being body doubles on the set of an adult film.

Love Actually director Richard Curtis

And it turns out that he isn't the only one who had something he would change about the movie if given the chance.

Hugh Grant, who played the Prime Minister in the movie, recently revealed that he actually hated that dance scene from the movie.

In fact, he said it was "absolute hell."

“I thought, That’s going to be excruciating, and it has the power to be the most excruciating scene ever committed to celluloid,” he said [via Variety] in Hugh Grant: A Life on Screen, a career retrospective set to air on the BBC over Christmas.