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People have been wondering and the media’s been speculating. She still sounds like the sweet little Texas gal she always has. ” the actress says and laughs via phone from England when told we’ve missed hearing it since Zellweger took a hiatus from movies at the start of the decade. They love Bridget Jones and wonder why I can’t talk like that all the time.” Her European mom and dad will want to put Zellweger’s comeback film, “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” on loop.
In her third outing as Helen Fielding’s British singleton, the actress never lets the Home Counties accent falter, even as the character’s personal life, dignity and relationship to gravity repeatedly do.
Poor Mark has to defend the latter in an immigration court, and that’s just one of the reasons why Firth plays him as perhaps more uncomfortable than he’s ever been, if you can believe that’s even possible.
Maybe it’s because the actor was rather uneasy, too.
“Some other people probably know the character better than I do, so I watched the old films.
But that’s how I read it: pretty uncomfortable, though I think ‘constipated’ is the word to describe him.
“The kind of things he thought he had figured out about his life haven’t turned out quite the same way as he might have expected 15 years ago,” the English actor continues.
I know her best as Bridget, so the Texas thing doesn’t sound quite right to me at all, I think she needs a dialect coach or something.” Beside Firth and Zellweger, other “Jones” vets who returned for “Baby” include Fielding, who’s credited with the screenplay along with Dan Mazer (“Borat”) and Emma Thompson, who does double duty as Bridget’s eye-rolling co-conspirator of an obstetrician; “Diary” director Sharon Maguire; and the ensemble that played Bridge’s friends and parents in the first two movies.
And while Hugh Grant’s cad Daniel Cleaver from the earlier films doesn’t appear in the flesh this time, let’s say that his spirit looms.