'Tis the season to be jolly, which can mean only one thing – it's time to rewatch Love Actually for the seven-billionth time.
Luckily, Netflix has served us well and brought back the festive classic to the service for Christmas – so buckle up and prepare for Hugh Grant's terrible dancing once again.
The streaming giant announced the news this morning (December 7), aptly writing: "Let's go get the shit kicked out of us by love. Love Actually, now streaming."
let's go get the shit kicked out of us by love- Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) December 7, 2018
Love Actually, now streaming 🐙
Just in time for the weekend as well. Oh Netflix, you do spoil us so.
And if you've got ridiculously high Love Actually fever at the moment, the movie is currently touring the UK with a live orchestra following last year's success.
Meanwhile, a recent (but not so recent) factbomb about Rowan Atkinson's shop assistant emerged, suggesting that his character may not be all he was cracked up to be.
Star Keira Knightley also revealed recently why her character Juliet wore a rather unfashionable hat in one scene – and it was because she had to cover a pimple.
"This is the problem with being 17 and being in films," she said. "[The spot] was humongous. There was no choice, so we had to find a hat to cover it. There was no lighting, there was no make-up that was going to cover it.
"It's funny how you just remember extreme embarrassment. I remember coming in in the morning and being like, 'Oh, wow - I've got another head on my head. What are we going to do? There's nothing we can do about this.' But there is, because you could always put a hat over it."
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