Mark says he is travelling for work early the next day, so Bridget exits before he wakes up, leaving behind a note telling him that reconnecting with him is too painful. More Clips . "Renée Zellweger Says the Scrutiny Over Her Appearance is Sexist: 'Why Are We Talking About How Women Look? Returning home, Bridget goes to the christening of Jude's youngest child, where she is the godmother and Mark has been asked to be the godfather at the last minute. But some of our favourite actors are joining the cast this time around, including Emma Thompson, who plays Bridget’s hilarious midwife and also played a part in writing the film, and Ed Sheeran, who is making a much-anticipated cameo. Mark leaves and ignores Bridget's calls. [38] Adjusted for inflation it is the lowest-grossing film behind both the films (£73.1 million and £57.8 million respectively). [25][26]

The site's critical consensus reads, "Bridget Jones's Baby might be late on arrival, but fans of the series should still find its third installment a bouncing bundle of joy. In 2014, he said, “I decided not to do it. More News . [37][38] It scored the biggest opening day in the franchise in the UK, the Netherlands and Latin America including Mexico, Panama and Peru, and had number-one opening days in the UK, Australia, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa and Ukraine. [9] On 30 November 2011, Peter Cattaneo came on board to direct the sequel, newly titled "Bridget Jones's Baby" from a script by Fielding, Feig, and David Nicholls. Mark and Jack eventually become jealous of each other and try and outdo each other.
In the morning, finding the bed empty, Bridget leaves, unaware Jack is out getting breakfast for both of them. View our online Press Pack. [16] On 9 September 2015, Patrick Dempsey joined the cast of the film. Available on My5. | They filmed three different endings, so even Renée doesn’t know who the dad of Bridget’s baby is. A few weeks later, Bridget realises she is pregnant. The film stars Renée Zellweger as Bridget Jones, who after becoming pregnant is unsure if Mark Darcy (Colin Firth, also reprising his role) or Jack Qwant (Patrick Dempsey) is the father.

[13][14] Later in the next week, producers hired Emma Thompson to rewrite the original script written by Fielding and Nicholls. [41] It recorded the biggest debut in the franchise and had number-one openings in certain markets like Australia ($4.2 million), the Netherlands ($1.9 million), Spain ($1.7 million), Iceland and New Zealand and bowed at second place in France ($3.7 million) and Russia ($1.4 million).