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Year: 2016
Saga: Bridget Jones's Diary
Original Title: Bridget Jones's Baby
Length: 122 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Studios: Universal Pictures, Miramax Films
Distributor: Universal Pictures
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: September 16 2016

United States: September 16 2016


Ranking: 1,043 out of 16,397 movies (up 297)


6.4 by 17 users

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6.4 by 6 media


After fifteen years, the insecure Bridget Jones returns to the big screen with motherhood as her new vital goal. If at first her purpose was to find love in the middle of the emotional chaos that was her life, now she has other concerns. And thats because after leaving this self conscious Londoner completely happy with her commitment to Mark Darcy (Colin Firth), we see her again immersed in a love triangle similar to the one with Darcy and Daniel (Hugh Grant) in 'The Daily Bridget Jones: The Edge'. In this case Patrick Dempsey will be the third wheel, in the film directed by the the same woman as the original installment, Sharon Maguire. Along with Zellweger, Firth and Dempsey, the cast also includes Gemma Jones, again playing the role of the mother of the lovely ex-maid, Jim Broadbent reprising the role of the father of the protagonist and Sally Phillips and James Callis as Bridget's best friends.


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Trivia Bridget Jones' Baby

This is not a film adaptation of Helen Fielding's 'Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy', the third novel in the Bridget Jones series, released in 2013. Instead it's based on an original screenplay which Fielding wrote with David Nicholls. The production start date of the third 'Bridget Jones' film is October 2nd 2015. This is 11 years after the previous entry in the series was released. Controversially, this is the first time Renée Zellweger hasn't gained weight in order to portray Bridget Jones. Several online outlets claimed that Zellweger betrayed her iconic character, as the honest body image is considered a part of the character's appeal.