The official posters for Bridget Jones's Baby have arrived, and it looks like Renee Zellweger's Bridget is torn between Colin Firth's Mark Darcy and another man again – although this time Hugh Grant's charming yet manipulative Daniel Cleaver has been replaced by the dashing Jack, played by Patrick Dempsey.
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On the posters, Mark is described as an "old flame," while Jack is the "new fling." Bridget's suitor's smile seductively in the poster, while Bridget looks confused while holding an updated version of her diary on a tablet, with her tagline reading "big problem."
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The posters show Bridget in a love triangle
The official synopsis reads: "After breaking up with Mark Darcy, Bridget Jones's "happily ever after" hasn’t quite gone according to plan. Fortysomething and single again, she decides to focus on her job as top news producer and surround herself with old friends and new. For once, Bridget has everything completely under control. What could possibly go wrong?
"Then her love life takes a turn and Bridget meets a dashing American named Jack, the suitor who is everything Mr. Darcy is not. In an unlikely twist she finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch…she can only be fifty percent sure of the identity of her baby's father."
The sequel comes 12 years after its predecessor, Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason, and Renee opened up about returning to the role. Speaking out gaining weight to play the loveable Londoner, Renee said: "I put on a few pounds. I also put on some breasts and a baby bump. Bridget is a perfectly normal weight and I've never understood why it matters so much. No male actor would get such scrutiny if he did the same thing for a role.
Renee was spotted filming the three-quel in London
She also opened up about taking a break from acting, saying: "I found anonymity, so I could have exchanges with people on a human level and be seen and heard, not be defined by this image that precedes me when I walk into a room. You cannot be a good storyteller if you don’t have life experiences, and you can’t relate to people.
"As a creative person, saying no to that wonderful once-in-a-lifetime project is hard. But I was fatigued and wasn’t taking the time I needed to recover between projects, and it caught up with me."