Renée Zellweger teases a fourth Bridget Jones movie and we are too excited
Renée Zellweger has teased a fourth Bridget Jones movie - and we are are beyond excited.
Yes, that's right: the 50-year-old recently said that she would definitely be on board with continuing the iconic film franchise.
The actress was asked on Australia chat show The Project is she would be up for continuing Bridget's story, after the last film - Bridget Jones' Baby - saw her become a mum.
"Oh, gosh, yeah, wouldn't that be fun?
"It's really the best job, it really is. So much weirder than folks can imagine from the outside."
The author of the Bridget Jones series, Helen Fielding, has already written a fourth book in the series - so this definitely has to happen (or, well, we hope so anyways).
And it isn't the first time that the Oscar winner has said she would be up for reprising her role in the beloved romantic-comedy franchise.
During an appearance on the North American show The Talk earlier this year, she was asked what her character would be up to in 2019 - and if she would want not play Bridget again.
"I know Helen’s [Fielding] written the book, and I love this character. So, I mean, if they call me, I’ll go running.”